- $11 for two vouchers, each good for $10 worth of sandwiches ($20 value)
Cuban Pete Sandwiches
Back in the '40s, Cuban Pete was the nickname of Pedro Fonticiella, a catcher who used to play ball with visiting Americans in the winter months. But while he was never quite pro material, he earned himself a reputation among the major league players—for the food he'd serve at his house after every game. Today, Pedro's great-grandson, Nelson, also goes by the name Cuban Pete, and keeps his ancestor's legacy alive by serving Cubano sandwiches and crisp fried plantains to the hungry masses. The modern Pete isn't afraid to step outside his traditional comfort zone, either, offering a vegetarian take on the classic pressed sandwich, and a marinated chicken sandwich pumped up with fiery Sriracha sauce.