Food + Wine

American Food

by JANE AND MICHAEL STERN

KEY WEST: Cuban sandwich
Sure, there are excellent Cuban sandwiches in Miami and Tampa, but we say the most pleasant place to eat one Stateside is in Key West, a mere 90 miles north of Havana. The Cuban itself is a Dagwood of ham, roast pork, and cheese in a length of Cuban bread that's grilled in a sandwich press so that the ingredients nearly fuse and the bread turns crisp. You won't find one better than those served at El Siboney, a happy-go-lucky, tree-shaded café—far from the honky-tonk of Duval Street—that's a favorite gathering place of Spanish-speaking locals.

El Siboney
900 Catherine Street
Key West, Florida
Tel: 305 296 4184

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