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Dunkin' Donuts Cuban Sandwich: Only Available in Miami-Fort Lauderdale

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Oye Miami. There's a new Cuban sandwich in town and it's available just about any time you want it -- with a large coffee, to boot!

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That's right. Dunkin' Donuts has added a new Cuban sandwich to its menu of all-day sandwiches. The Dunkin' Donuts Cuban features roasted pork loin, Swiss cheese, and Black Forest ham on an oven-toasted French roll. The meat is topped with a creamy Cuban spread of Dijon mustard and chipped dill pickle.

Now, before everyone gets all pissy about Dunkin' Donuts launching nuestra comida , let's think of it this way -- the Cuban sandwich has finally reached the level of popularity where it can be mass marketed. After all, if Burger King can make a chicken parm-esque sandwich and Taco Bell can exist on any level, we should welcome the Dunkin' Cuban for what it is -- an homage to our Miami sammie, interpreted by a chain restaurant.

The Dunkin' Donuts Cuban is available now and is only offered at Miami-Dade and Fort Lauderdale Dunkin' Donuts and the suggested price is $3.99. Aren't you the least bit curious?

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