Sandwich Bar boasts simple ingredients and simple décor. It's even easy to keep names straight inside the downtown hole-in-the-wall because the two chefs are both named Leo. But things get complex with a menu full of flavorful options. Sandwiches include their most popular, the sandwich bar ($7), made of short ribs braised for four hours, caramelized onions, and layers of Muenster and provolone cheese. Then there is the como en Cuba ($7), stuffed with braised pork, melted Swiss cheese, and pickles and drizzled with mustard. The pork is saturated with a garlic mojo and is reminiscent of flavors that can usually be found only at a Cuban Noche Buena celebration. Meals can also be made into combos - with an added drink and chips - for just an extra dollar. Wash down your hearty sandwich with a cup of Aloha Hawaiian shaved ice ($3.50) in flavors that change daily. The chefs wear matching black pin-stripped chef's garb while preparing everything fresh and right in front of patrons. Nibble on a delicious combo while kicking back on a comfy bench and watching television. Or enjoy your meal while taking advantage of the free Wi-Fi.
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