Native Foods features Cubano Sandwich in March

Special menu item available at all locations for entire month

Vegan, fast-casual Native Foods rolled out the Cubano Sandwich, a Chef’s Special for March. The limited-time, plant-based offering will remain on the menu for the entire month.

Native Foods launched the featured sandwich at all 12 locations.

The Cubano Sandwich features plant-based pulled pork, housemade tofu ham, plant-based provolone cheese, whole grain dijon mustard, pickle slices, and plant-based mayo. All the ingredients come on a toasted and pressed baguette.

The vegan version of the classic Cubano. The chain notes the Cubano Sandwich elevates a flavor profile plant-based diners seldom get to enjoy.

Included with the featured sandwich are the loaded baked potato salad or premium sides. These include the mac and cheese or homemade soup. Premium sides go for a $1.50 upcharge.


A spring menu rotation also arrived.

Native Foods operates in the markets of Chicago, Denver, Lone Tree, Fort Collins, Boulder, Los Angeles, Orange County, Palm Springs, and San Diego. The vegan restaurant chain will also open a restaurant in Clayton, Mo. soon.

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