Spanish Sandwich Chain 100 Montaditos Opening in New York
Jon | On 28, Apr 2013
Spanish fast-food chain 100 Montaditos will open it’s first New York store this summer on Bleecker Street.
The chain sells 100 varieties of the Spanish mini-sandwiches known as montaditos all priced between $1-$3. The company already has several stores in Miami and two in Mexico, according to Juan Guervas, company CEO for the US.
More than 20 are in the works for New York City, Brian Crawford, a representative for exclusive New York franchise owner Crown Acquisitions told the website DNAInfo.
Sandwich stuffings include chorizo, Spanish omelet, Iberico cheese and fried calamari. Patatas bravas ($3), French fries ($2.50) and mini-cups of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream ($2) are also on the menu.
You’ll also be able to order drinks including sangria, tinto de verano and multiple bottled beers available for $3 to $5 each, and just $2 every Wednesday.
“I know they put us in fast food, but in that case, this is the only fast food where you have your drink in a glass and your food on a plate,” Guervas told the Miami Herald. “We think our restaurants present a specific offering that hasn’t existed before.”
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