Subway's admittedly sort of innovative, just look at the $5 foot-long -- no no, just look at it, don't eat it, it... ugh, can anyone break a $10? For a make-your-own-sushi spot inspired by the sub king's style, check out Oh Fish!
Influenced by the ease, efficiency, and freedom of Subway's counter-style ordering, Fish! is a fast-service sushi joint from the guy behind Kaz Sushi Bistro (...Kaz) that lets you similarly order rolls of your own creation, a concept made possible by the speed of the Maki Master machine, which auto-measures out the right amount of rice to "roll up", and produces stuff so good you'll have to be rolled out. First choose 7- or 5oz of the white stuff, then select one of nine fish options (spicy tuna, eel, crab stick, etc.), up to three veggies (like pickled pineapple, kimchee, and avocado), a sauce (including wasabi mayo, honey mustard, and jalapeno soy), and a topping, with options ranging from crunchy rice balls, to spicy sesame seeds, to Japanese "chili powder" -- apparently space there is so tight, even former TLC members get crushed! If you hate free thinking, they've also got pre-set signature Maki like the cucumber/smoked salmon/cream cheese/mint "Mote Mote", and the tuna/radish sprout/wasabi soy/kimchee "Poka Poka", which they claim will induce a "gradual feeling of warmth spreading through your body", normally reserved for when you're poka-poka'd with a morphine drip.
If you're on a sushi-only diet, they're also innovatively serving breakfast from 7-1030a, with a morning roll of pickled daikon radish, cucumber, and sweet egg, also a nickname that fit Jared before he discovered Subway.