New Sandwich Concept Cubaton to Open in Miami Beach

The small sandwich shop will marinate and slow-cook its own pork for 6-8 hours
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The cluster of restaurants at the intersection of Washington Ave. and 15th St. in Miami Beach will soon welcome a new fast casual sandwich concept into its community. Cubaton will offer sandwiches and Cuban favorites in a space of about 400 square feet at 413 15th St.

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“The goal is to provide a made-to-order, authentic, delicious Cuban sandwich with all-homemade ingredients that will be affordable for both locals and tourists,” owner David Reidenberg told What Now on Monday morning.

Cubaton will offer a Classic Cuban with pork that is marinated and slow-cooked in-house for six to eight hours and served on bread from local bakery partners. Expect that plus a medianoche—a similar sandwich served on a sweeter egg-bread—along with beverages like Café con Leche and popular Cuban sodas.

“It’s going to be a beachside Cuban grab-and-go experience,” Reidenberg said.

The 15th St. location neighbors eateries like Five Guys, Taco Rico, and Sriracha House, just south of Courtyard by Marriott. Cubaton is working toward an opening in December.

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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