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12 Epic Sandwiches in Miami

The best thing since... sliced bread?

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Sandwiches are one of those universally appealing dishes, where it's hard to come by someone who doesn't love them as it's a dish admired by even the pickiest of eaters.

And while not all subs can be PubSubs (aka the legendary subs from Publix that deserve their own category of greatness) here are 12 tasty options that fit the bill.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Proper Sausages

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Sure, Proper Sausage might be best known for supplying Miami’s top restaurants with unique, made-on-site sausages and cured meats, but those really in-the-know know that Proper Sausage also makes some of the solid sandwiches including a BLT and a sky high turkey club.

Ms. Cheezious

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This food truck turned brick-and-mortar restaurant has become the go-to grilled cheese spot in Miami, and it features the classic childhood sandwich every way possible. Favorites include the croqueta stuffed "Croqueta Monsieur" along with the decadent "Crabby Melt" filled with crab salad.

Hungry Bear Subs

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No matter if the craving is for a hot or cold sub, Hungry Bear has guests covered. Just make sure to come hungry since the shop only serves the foot-long variety.

Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop

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For those craving a Cubano or Croqueta Preparada then this is the spot to go. This no frills shop, hovering on the edge of Midtown and Wynwood, features hearty Cuban-inspired sandwiches for low prices that has made it a favorite in the neighborhood for years.

La Sandwicherie (Multiple locations)

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This no-frills sandwich shop on that got its start on South Beach (and is open until the wee hours most days) always has a crowd. Probably due to its French-inspired sandwiches topped with veggies and a vinaigrette so popular that they had to start selling it by the bottle to meet the demand.

Stanzione 87

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While Stanzione 87 might be best known for its well-executed Neapolitan pies, make sure not to sleep on the subs at this Brickell mainstay. Introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic when restaurants were shut down, the Italian subs quickly became a hit and ended up becoming a permanent feature on the menu. The namesake Stanzione sub is a crowd favorite — made with prosciutto, sopressata, housemade mozzarella, and a “zesty sauce” — but really, all of the subs are worth a try.

Sanguich De Miami

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This Cuban counter service sandwich shop on Calle Ocho boasts its own ventanita, six sandwiches including the “Cubano,” pan con lechon, pan con croqueta, and el pan con bistec, along with seven “batidos” (aka milkshakes) with flavors like trigo, mamey and banana to wash them all back with.

Fly Buy

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This somewhat hard-to-find, small, family owned bodega in Coconut Grove is certainly worth seeking out. Because once inside this sandwich shop slash convenience store, guests can pick up some of the best subs in the area made on bread baked on-site and topped with top-quality meats and veggies.

Super Subs Etc.

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People swear by Super Subs’ creations for its laid-back, fuss free sandwiches. And don’t forget to get that sub with a side of the made-to-order onion rings.

Sarussi Cafe Subs

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For more than 40 years, Sarussi Cafe Subs has been serving up classic sandwiches with a variety of ingredients. Opt for the Sarussi Original sandwich, which is a take on a Cubano but with sweet ham and mozzarella in lieu of Swiss, or fill a sub up with churrasco, chorizo, tuna, or chicken tenders.

Mr. & Mrs. Bun

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This Peruvian sandwich shop serves a variety of sandwiches with South American flavors. Think short rib sandwich topped with chimichuri, caja china prepared pork sandwiches and a croissant “de pollo.”

Babe's Meat & Counter

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A favorite for South Miami Dade locals, this butcher shop and restaurant is worth the visit no matter what part of the city you reside in. The sandwiches veer on the traditional — think cheesesteaks, BLTs, and roast pork — but are amp-d up using Babe’s large variety of in-house meats like wagyu steak, house-smoked Canadian-style pastrami, and duck bacon.

Proper Sausages

Sure, Proper Sausage might be best known for supplying Miami’s top restaurants with unique, made-on-site sausages and cured meats, but those really in-the-know know that Proper Sausage also makes some of the solid sandwiches including a BLT and a sky high turkey club.

Ms. Cheezious

This food truck turned brick-and-mortar restaurant has become the go-to grilled cheese spot in Miami, and it features the classic childhood sandwich every way possible. Favorites include the croqueta stuffed "Croqueta Monsieur" along with the decadent "Crabby Melt" filled with crab salad.

Hungry Bear Subs

No matter if the craving is for a hot or cold sub, Hungry Bear has guests covered. Just make sure to come hungry since the shop only serves the foot-long variety.

Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop

For those craving a Cubano or Croqueta Preparada then this is the spot to go. This no frills shop, hovering on the edge of Midtown and Wynwood, features hearty Cuban-inspired sandwiches for low prices that has made it a favorite in the neighborhood for years.

La Sandwicherie (Multiple locations)

This no-frills sandwich shop on that got its start on South Beach (and is open until the wee hours most days) always has a crowd. Probably due to its French-inspired sandwiches topped with veggies and a vinaigrette so popular that they had to start selling it by the bottle to meet the demand.

Stanzione 87

While Stanzione 87 might be best known for its well-executed Neapolitan pies, make sure not to sleep on the subs at this Brickell mainstay. Introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic when restaurants were shut down, the Italian subs quickly became a hit and ended up becoming a permanent feature on the menu. The namesake Stanzione sub is a crowd favorite — made with prosciutto, sopressata, housemade mozzarella, and a “zesty sauce” — but really, all of the subs are worth a try.

Sanguich De Miami

This Cuban counter service sandwich shop on Calle Ocho boasts its own ventanita, six sandwiches including the “Cubano,” pan con lechon, pan con croqueta, and el pan con bistec, along with seven “batidos” (aka milkshakes) with flavors like trigo, mamey and banana to wash them all back with.

Fly Buy

This somewhat hard-to-find, small, family owned bodega in Coconut Grove is certainly worth seeking out. Because once inside this sandwich shop slash convenience store, guests can pick up some of the best subs in the area made on bread baked on-site and topped with top-quality meats and veggies.

Super Subs Etc.

People swear by Super Subs’ creations for its laid-back, fuss free sandwiches. And don’t forget to get that sub with a side of the made-to-order onion rings.

Sarussi Cafe Subs

For more than 40 years, Sarussi Cafe Subs has been serving up classic sandwiches with a variety of ingredients. Opt for the Sarussi Original sandwich, which is a take on a Cubano but with sweet ham and mozzarella in lieu of Swiss, or fill a sub up with churrasco, chorizo, tuna, or chicken tenders.

Mr. & Mrs. Bun

This Peruvian sandwich shop serves a variety of sandwiches with South American flavors. Think short rib sandwich topped with chimichuri, caja china prepared pork sandwiches and a croissant “de pollo.”

Babe's Meat & Counter

A favorite for South Miami Dade locals, this butcher shop and restaurant is worth the visit no matter what part of the city you reside in. The sandwiches veer on the traditional — think cheesesteaks, BLTs, and roast pork — but are amp-d up using Babe’s large variety of in-house meats like wagyu steak, house-smoked Canadian-style pastrami, and duck bacon.

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