100 Montaditos Plans South Florida Expansion and Beyond

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100 Montaditos is opening a second location in Miami at 1502 Washington St. in mid-November and is scouting out six more locations in Miami, as well

as branches in Plantation, Pembroke Pines, New York, and Boston slated to open in spring of 2012.

The wildly popular 100 Montaditos sells tapas-sized sandwiches on imported, par-baked bread that's finished off in-house. Serrano ham, chorizo, Iberico cheese and olive oil, duck, turkey, salmon -- a hundred variations -- are sold for $1 to $3. Beers are under $3.50.

Conceived in Spain, 100 Montaditos opened 170 locations around the country from 2001 to 2010. The second Florida location will follow the model of the original Miami location, the first to open in the U.S., with plans to offer delivery and to stay open until 4 a.m.

Clean Plate Charlie will keep you posted on the progress in this market as the franchise secures locations and readies for openings.

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