Miami Subs has quietly opened their first New York City location in Jamaica, Queens sometime in the last month. I randomly discovered this when I noticed it had appeared on the Miami Subs restaurant locator. The chain had previously made an appearance in New York City in the early 90s but then disappeared.
The restaurant is located right by the Parsons Blvd. stop of the F-Train. It has quite elaborate interior decorations featuring Miami and three four-person tables as well as some wall-seating options on one side. It's a very take-out friendly operation with online ordering and a toll-free ordering number. Delivery is also available.
Miami Subs has a huge menu, displayed in small print on four flat screen displays above the counter. Pizza, subs, cheesesteaks, seafood, wings, pitas... you name it. While the online menu features Arthur Theacher's and Kenny Rogers Roasters items, these are not shown on the in store menu (although the fish selections match up with Theacher's - so who knows what's going on there).
I ordered a 6-inch philly cheesesteak combo which rang up as a modest $6.06, including tax. The cheesesteak was nothing short of delicious and the fries were seasoned and similar to those of Checkers (crinkle fries are also available). It was definitely worth my 45-minute construction-disturbed trip out to Jamaica.