Food: La Familia sandwiches
There's precious little to eat when you're stuck on campus here at the law school, and even less to eat during the sumemr months when the cafeteria's coffee stand closes down. That's why it's not surprising that the Levin bookstore takes it upon itself to offer sandwiches and menu items from "La Familia," a local Cuban sandwich shop.
Now, I'm from South Florida, so I've had some pretty exceptional Cuban sandwiches in my day. I'm going to abstain from a final review, since the sandwiches on sale in the book store are kept in the store's refrigerator and are obviously not made on the premises.
First off, though, they aren't cheap - nearly $6 for a cold sandwich. All the key ingredients are there - ham, pork, cheese, pickles, mustard - so it tastes decent, but a great Cuban has to be toasted and warm, not plopped in the fridge. When the bread is so tough you have to rip at it like a dog, you probably better find a sandwich somewhere else.