This little Homestead sub shop is filled with Hollywood posters and New York memorabilia. We come here for the cheesesteak. It’s loaded with juicy beef and silky cheese that clings to the thinly sliced steak and runs off the ends of the fluffy sub roll. For an extra 50 cents, we like ours with mushrooms, onions, and peppers. But if you’re in the mood for a cold sub with lots of meat, get the godfather Italian with genoa salami, ham, spicy capocollo, pepperoni, and provolone cheese. The food comes out fast, so if you’re on a tight schedule or on your way to The Keys, this is a great place to stop before you start counting alligators on the road to the islands.