Amid lime green walls and countertop seating, Cuba Cuba Sandwicheria’s chefs carefully stack slow-roasted meats and gobs of greens between toasted, locally baked Cuban breads to create six hunger-sating sandwiches. Smoldering shreds of pork tango with citrus and garlic in the pan con lechon ($7), which encourages the mingling of disparate elements, much like a UN ice-cream social. The Elenita ($7) combines layers of roasted turkey with organic watercress and strawberry-balsamic vinaigrette. The shop’s blackboard menu also lists a selection of Cuban bowls, which blend proteins such as ground beef ($6.50) and mahi ($8) with white rice and aiolis. A tres leches cake ($3) and a trio of Cuban sodas ($1.75) provide flavorful ends to epic epicurean eats, and the shop’s quick and efficient service ensures meals appease customers’ appetites speedily. Gift cards obtained through today’s Groupon act like debit cards, usable until drained of funds and then best repurposed as surrealistic playing cards.