Every morning, our journey begins at our favorite family-owned Miami bakery, where we source freshly-baked Cuban bread and sweet medianoche bread.

In our kitchen, we prepare our pork by marinating it in a house-made citrus-garlic mojo and slow-roasting it for over 14 hours.

We slice hardwood-smoked Bolo ham, Swiss cheese, and dill pickles, and pair these ingredients with the classic combination of mustard and mayo.

The result: a perfectly pressed Cuban sandwich, packed with delicious flavors and nostalgic comfort.


The exact origin of the Cuban sandwich is up for debate. Some argue it was first created by Cuban immigrants in Key West over 100 years ago; others claim it originated in Tampa.

One thing is certain: the sandwich quickly crossed city borders and solidified its presence in Miami's cultural landscape.

Today, its presence in cafes, ventanitas, and famous restaurants across the city draws food enthusiasts from around the world.

The Cuban sandwich represents Florida's unique history and we are proud to ensure that its legacy lives on.


Our mission is to celebrate the iconic Cuban sandwich and highlight the local flavors that make Miami so special.

The name Cubatón pays homage to Cuban creativity and its impact on our city's culture.

Just like the vibrant Cubatón genre of music, our menu embodies the fusion of flavors that represent Miami.