Miami and Tampa are at war over which city has the Official Cuban Sandwich. Miamians claim that the Tampa version is a travesty, some say a sacrilege, because it contains Genoa salami. This makes sense, since Ybor City, where Tampa's Cubans lived, was also home to Italians and Spaniards. It also makes the sandwich sound more like a hoagie, which to this former Philly boy sounds pretty good.
Tampa's Cuban ties are older than Miami's, though the latter's sandwich is probably more "Cuban." But it's hard to take food purists seriously in a country that turned the croissant into sandwich bread.