Miami Subs Grill Celebrates Grand Re-Opening in Lauderhill With Deals, Party

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Miami Subs Grill is re-opening with a new, cleaner look. The renovated location in Lauderhill features digital menu boards, flat screen TVs, free wifi, and the Coca Cola Freestyle machine, that allows you to create your own custom soda. The restaurant will also have a party room available in the near future.

Pitbull's favorite fast food restaurant is celebrating with a three-day party that features food specials and family-friendly activities.

The festivities start today, Thursday, July 18. The Lauderhill locations will celebrate with meal deals like 25 cent wings, 99 cent hot dogs and six inch Philly Cheesesteaks for $2.99. The food deals are offered through Saturday, July 20.

On Saturday, July 20 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., Miami Subs Grill is hosting a Family Funday, featuring a DJ, balloon artist, bounce house, a special appearance by the Miami Subs mascot, Pete the Flamingo, and free giveaways. The first 25 guests on Saturday will receive a Miami Subs Gift Pack.

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