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[Photo: Ben Fishner]

The Media Noche ($4) at Margon is similar to their Cuban sandwich, without the pernil and salami: it's got pickles, mayo, mustard, swiss cheese and ham. What really sets it apart is the bread. It's on a sweet potato bread, something like a Cuban brioche, especially good after its turn on Margon's sandwich press.

A little smaller than the Cuban (and much cheaper at four bucks), a media noche is traditionally a midnight snack, but it's sizeable enough for a working lunch. Which is good, because Margon isn't open at midnight.


136 West 46th Street, New York NY 10036 (map)

About the author: Ben Fishner is a freelance writer currently planning his next meal. In addition to contributing to Serious Eats, he blogs at Ben Cooks Everything. Follow him on Twitter at @fozziebayer, won't you?

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