What you’re getting: The Great American Hero, $5.95
Sometimes you just need a good old-fashioned sandwich, it’s clean, it’s somewhat healthy, and it just hits the spot by taking you back to your childhood when a sandwich and bag of chips was all you needed to fuel you for the rest of your day. When you eat at a new place it’s always good to eat the namesake meal, in this case the Great American Hero is Genoa salami, baked ham, bologna, and provolone cheese OR if you got your Christmas bonus, you can opt for the Super Hero which is all of the same things with the addition of Swiss cheese, pastrami, capicola, and pepperoni at the low price of $7.25.
What you’re getting: Sandwich Cubano, $7.99
A classic example of a stellar Cuban sandwich here; homemade pork, grilled ham, provolone cheese, mayo, pickles, mustard, and tomatoes, all served on toasted ciabatta bread. The sandwich comes with roasted potatoes and a whole lotta love, cliché, but true. The restaurant is quaint and clean and feels very low-key, and there are plenty of other sandwiches to tempt you if Cubans aren’t your thing.