24 hole-in-the-wall Tampa Bay sandwich spots you should've tried by now

Cold sammies, warm sammies, long sammies, and little ones too — no matter how you prefer your favorite sandwich, we won't judge…

By CL Staff

Cass St. Deli  
    1331 W. Cass St., Tampa
     Tampa’s first and only New York-style Jewish deli. The deli is serving up signature dogs, corn beef sandwiches and more five days a week, Wed-Fri. from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. and weekends from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
    
    Photo of the fried bologna sandwich via Ray Roa
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22 Cuban sandwiches in Tampa Bay you should’ve tried by now

Once known as the "mixto," the Cuban sandwich was born right here in Tampa with the melding of flavors from Cuban, Spanish,…

By CL Staff

The Columbia  
    2117 E. 7th Ave. Tampa, 813-248-4961 
    The saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” fits neatly with The Columbia’s love of Tampa history as well as its approach to the Cuban sandwich. Made with fresh bread from La Segunda, The Columbia still uses the original 1915 recipe of restaurant founder, Casimiro Hernandez, Sr. 
    Photo via @columbiarestaurant/Instagram
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