Places to Get a Cubano Sandwich in Tallahassee

Places to Get a Cuban Sandwich in Tallahassee

It can be hard to find a good local cuban sandwich shop. Cubanos are a traditional Cuban sandwich which originated from Cuban farmers making them to sell at the local farmer’s market. The Cuban sandwich has a Cuban bread that has been pressed, and grilled in a press with Cuban meats like ropa vieja (pulled pork), ham, swiss cheese, pickles and mustard on it.

Here in Tallahassee, there are many places you can go to get a Cuban sandwich that has been made by someone who was born on the island or just loves Cuban culture. All the following businesses will take great care of you while you enjoy your Cubano eatery experience!

Gordos Cuban Café

Gordos Cuban Café is located in the heart of Tallahassee, Florida. The Cuban sandwiches are made fresh daily and feature Cuban bread made from scratch every morning. Gordo’s Cuban Sandwich comes with ham, roast pork, Swiss cheese, pickles, and yellow mustard on Cuban-style bread. If this isn’t what you’re looking for in a Cuban sandwich then check out their Cuban Frita or Cuban Roast Pork Sandwich!

Website: https://gordoscubanfood.com/

Gordos has two locations:

1907 W Pensacola St

1460 Market Street Suite #3-4

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Habanas Boardwalk

Habaneros Cuban Cafe s a great place to swim in the Cuban culture of Tallahassee. Cuban sandwiches are my favorite go-to meal for any occasion. Cuban Sandwiches, also known as Cubans or Cubanos, consists of Cuban bread with roast pork, ham and cheese.

Website: https://habanasboardwalk.com/

Location: 2819 Mahan Dr

Midtown Caboose

A classic cuban sandwich stuffed with award-winning, hickory smoked pulled pork, baked ham, sliced dill pickles, yellow mustard, and horseradish mayo, then topped with melted swiss cheese and pressed on a french baguette.

Website: https://midtowncaboose.com

Location: 1406 N Meridian Rd

If you know of any others, please let us know by leaving a comment!

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