One of the best Cubanos in Miami comes from a quaint, 25-seat restaurant along Calle Ocho. The secret? The tiny shop makes most of its ingredients in-house—ham, pork and brined turkey, as well as pickles, pickled onions and mustard. The bread, essential to any Cuban sandwich, is made to Sanguich's specifications by a bakery in Homestead. The menu features six sandwiches, including the medianoche and pan con croqueta, and seven batidos (Cuban milkshakes, for the uninitiated), all of which are made to order. Owners Daniel Figueredo and fiancée Rosa Romero even installed an adorable ventanita to satisfy your cafecito needs quickly.