I ate lunch at the Honeybaked Ham on Colonial Drive in Orlando. These stores must survive most of the year on the money earned at Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Almost every single time I've visited their stores for a sandwich, I'm the only customer. Normally, I wouldn't think this would be a good sign for a restaurant, but after visiting a Honeybaked Ham a while ago before one of the mentioned holidays and saw the craziness of huge lines of people all with huge orders, I can see how they may be able to survive most of the year without too many customers.
I ordered the Ham & Turkey Bella sandwich for my lunch.
The sandwich consisted of ham, turkey, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions, spicy banana peppers, and mayonnaise. While the sandwich was tasty, it wasn't anything amazing either. I personally found the meat to be sliced too thick and it would have been nice if the sandwich was toasted. Otherwise, it was a good sandwich. Definitely better than a few other sandwich chains out there.