Favorite Local Spots: Sandwich Shops

Miami is known for a lot of things, and one of them is food! With thousands of places To choose from in the area, we narrowed down a few of our favorite sandwich shops that are a must when visiting Miami.

Milk Gone Nuts

Although they’re known for their amazing juices and ice pops, this is one of the best vegan spots in Miami for sandwiches! Create your own wrap at this awesome spot and be sure to try the honey Dijon Apple cider dressing!


Sarussi Cafe

We only have two words for this spot: ¡Qué delicioso! This local gem was featured in Man vs Food for its colossal sandwich of the same name and has been creating some of Miami’s best Cuban sandwiches for over 50 years. We definitely can’t finish the MVF, but love the Churrasco.


Ms. Cheezious

This food truck turned brick-and-mortar is one of Miami’s best kept secrets. We’re honestly not sure how we survived without them for so long! Our favorite culinary masterpiece here: the crabby cheese melt- you’ll thank us later.



If you’re from Miami, you grew up with the Publix sandwich experience. And if you didn’t, you should question if you were loved as a child! If you’re ever asked by a local if you want a “Pub Sub”, the answer is always yes. There is no wrong choice in selecting a Pub Sub, but we highly recommend the Chicken Tender Sub with buffalo sauce.


La Sandwicherie

Whether you’re looking for a quick bite while shopping on Lincoln Road or a 4am fix after a night on the town, La Sandwicherie will never disappoint. This local gem has been serving up French goodness since 1988 in Miami and has several locations. Our recommendation: the SOBE Club.


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