Eater LA: 10 Supremely Delicious Cuban Sandwiches to Try in Los Angeles

Eat like a 19th century cigar factory worker By Joshua Lurie Dec 19, 2017 The Cubano, a sandwich supposedly created in the late 1800s to feed cigar factory workers (often Cuban) in Tampa, has become a regional culinary juggernaut. The sandwich can now be found across the U.S. and typically combines the pleasures of roast pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard on a pressed roll. Occasionally, you’ll even find classic Genoa salami. Those bygone factory workers would probably recognize many of L.A.'s best Cubanos, which are fairly textbook, but some stray from tradition. Find 10 of the city's most compelling versions...