I'm not going out of my way to try it. I fell for that when Suburpia opened for the 4th (by their own admission, by the way) time on Water Street just north of the Avenue in the nineties. Damn sandwich was literally saturated with oil of some kind. It was collecting in the bottom of the plastic bag they put it in, thereby rendering the napkin they generously offered useless. I used to love the Davy Jones in my ol' hippy days before I joined the Marine Corps in 1976, and had a few good ones up into the eighties, so I figured I had to.
Gold Coast wasn't bad when I tried it, but I wouldn't go out of my way because Subway's closer. Cousins in a pinch or if I want the State Fair ticket, I'll do. Jimmy John's is passable and Blimpies is okay, too, but I avoid Quizno's like paranoid idiots avoid Wendy's chili. My all time favorite sandwich was made in Brookfield Square in a place called Ollie's L'Ovenworks, and was the fillings with dough wrapped around them and baked in one pile. I miss that place, but Suburpia keeps opening back up. Go figure.
My NEW favorite sammy: http://www.hhsubs.com
Only downside is, it's a club, not a sub, so you have to eat it in house or wear half of it. For those of you who are curious, 75th St. in Kenosha is Highway 50, and Green Bay Road and Sheridan Road accessible, as well as Evil I-94 accessible.