Submarine House sells subs, pizzas, gyro sandwiches, potato chip nachos, chicken wings, tacos and a variety of other foods.
Photo: Submarine House
Photo: Submarine House

Dayton-based restaurant chain launches online ordering and plans to open new location

“We want to be in people’s hands at all times be it by phone or laptop,” president said. 

If things go as planned, ordering grub from a Dayton dining institution is about to get easier. 

Submarine House, a family-owned business founded in 1973 on Brown Street, will launch an online ordering option Monday, Feb. 4, at all of its nine locations. 

“We want to be in people’s hands at all times, be it by phone or laptop,” said Brody Danner, the company’s president. 

 Submarine House is looking to add a 10th franchise location in either Springboro or Kettering, Danner said. 

“Wherever we find the best location first, it would be in that town,” Danner said.

He said that new location would open in about six months. A franchise owner has not been selected, but locations are being scouted. 

The restaurant’s online ordering system has been tested out for about a month at the Vandalia store, 8807 N. Dixie Drive.

“We are pretty happy with it,” he said of the test. 

The online system will help free up workers who would otherwise have to stop to take orders by phone, Danner said.  

On average, each Submarine House location has 35 workers. 

Submarine House sells subs, pizzas, gyro sandwiches, potato chip nachos, chicken wings, tacos and a variety of other foods.
Photo: Submarine House

“You will still be able to call in and place your order,” Danner explained. Everything else will stay the same. This is an added function.”

Submarine House sells subs, pizzas, gyro sandwiches, potato chip nachos, chicken wings, tacos and a variety of other foods. 

Submarine House sells subs, pizzas, gyro sandwiches, potato chip nachos, chicken wings, tacos and a variety of other foods.
Photo: Submarine House

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