Kissimmee hosts annual Cuban Sandwich Festival at Lakefront Park this weekend


Lovers of lechón and all things jamón will swoon at the fourth annual Kissimmee Cuban Sandwich Festival this Saturday at Lakefront Park.

Restaurants from Kissimmee, Orlando and Central Florida will compete for the title of best Cuban sandwich on March 2, while festival organizers attempt to make "the biggest Cuban sandwich in the world," according to a news release. The current record, held by a group in Tampa, is 162 feet long, festival organizers say.

The free Cuban sandwich festival will be held at 201 Lakeview Drive in Kissimmee from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The day will be packed with activities, delicious Cuban cuisine, live music and dance performances. VIP tickets can be found here.

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