Milkshake with puffed wheat that is mixed with milk and sugar, the specialty of Trigo Café, a small place located on 49th Street in Hialeah
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Hialeah’s 49th Street is part of the history of the Hispanic community. Its streets have been the scene of celebrations, protests, parties, carnival troupes and parades. See how the commercial corridor has evolved.
Hialeah is often associated with Cuban food, but diners can find much more than local fare these days on West 49th Street, where restaurants serve dishes for all tastes, including the most refined palates.
Although more than 75% of its residents are of Cuban origin, this city is home to other Hispanic communities, including Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, Nicaraguans and Hondurans. That has led to restaurants making efforts to cater to customers who speak the same language but whose gastronomic traditions are different.
Hialeah’s 49th Street even has its own hamburger, named after the owners of Trigo Cafe, located at the western end of the commercial corridor.
Malanga cream, is a typical Cuban dish, similar in consistency to potato cream Trigo Cafe
Since it opened six years ago, Trigo Café has sought to offer the most traditional Cuban food in an innovative way. The wheat shake, which inspired its name, is a puffed wheat shake mixed with milk and sugar, a nostalgic flavor for the Cuban community.
The restaurant will soon expand to become Trigo Tapas & Wine. It offers the typical “arroz a la cubana,” made with rice, fried eggs and sweet plantains as Hialeah Comfort, an ideal dish for brunch.
If you’re looking for a quick meal instead, there’s the 49th Street Burger, served with caramelized onions, cheddar cheese, bacon and a fried egg.
Also on the menu are salads, sandwiches and main dishes of meat or chicken.
Address: 839 W. 49th St., Hialeah, FL 33012
Telephone: (786) 616-8952
Hours: Closed on Mondays
Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Thursday to Saturday, 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
I Heart Fries
Fast food restaurant I Heart Fries offers a wide variety of proteins to accompany its crispy fries I Heart Fries
The guilty pleasure of fried food is at the center of I Heart Fries, a fast-food restaurant that offers dishes with an original twist.
A base of French fries with the protein of your choice (chicken, steak, shredded beef, shrimp, pork, chorizo) allows diners to taste a variety of international dishes with typical flavors from German, American, Argentine, Cuban, Italian and Venezuelan cuisines .
Its greatest draw is the crisp fries — you’ll always want to eat one more.
Address: External area of Westland Mall, 1675 W 49th St. Hialeah, FL 33012
Telephone: (305) 456-9234
Hours: Monday to Saturday, 11:30 am – 9:00 pm
Sunday, 11:30pm – 8:00pm
Los majores platos a base de pinchos, acompañados con tostones, papas y vegetales Pincho
If you feel like eating a pincho (kebab) accompanied by vegetables, rice, beans or tostones (fried plantains), this is the place to go.
This franchise has 10 locations in South Florida and one of them is in the commercial heart of Hialeah, with a wide range of culinary options: hamburgers, rice bowls, hot dogs, all accompanied by a protein pincho (meat, chicken, seafood).
Recently, Pincho was listed as one of the 100 best fast-food restaurants in the United States. This year marks its 12th year in the fast food market.
Address: 4950 W 12th Ave., Hialeah, FL 33012
Telephone: (786) 409-2818
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Los Ranchos Steak House
An Appetizing Brunch for the Whole Family at Los Ranchos Steakhouse Los Ranchos Steak House
Meat lovers have a very special place in Hialeah, Los Ranchos Steakhouse, recognized in Miami for presenting its internationally renowned signature dishes, such as the center-cut loin marinated with chimichurri “Churrasco,” and the “Gallo Pinto,” a traditional mix of red beans and white rice.
Its spacious and bright dining room adorned with chandeliers made from wine glasses and classic white tablecloths is ideal for diners looking for an elegant atmosphere.
It offers typical appetizers from several Latin American countries, such as vigorón or tostones from Nicaragua, quesadillas and tostones from Mexico. A favorite is undoubtedly the churrasco, that can be made with salmon, chicken, pork or beef.
And don’t forget the Tres Leches for dessert.
Address: Westland Mall, 1645 W 49th St, Hialeah, FL 33012, USA
Telephone: (305) 362-0045
Sunday to Thursday, 11:30 am – 9:30 pm
Friday and Saturday, 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Di Piazza Italian Restaurant
Di Piazza Italian restaurant offers in Hialeah the opportunity to eat the best Italian recipes, with Sicilian tradition Di Piazza Italian Restaurant
The culinary experience at any Italian restaurant begins with garlic bread, and Di Piazza is no exception.
This is an ideal place for those with a more traditional palate looking for an international food venue. It offers everything a diner looks for in an Italian restaurant: minestrone, calzone, pizza, eggplant parmesan, lasagna, fettuccini Alfredo and more.
The Di Piazza family, originally from Sicily, Italy, was searching for the American dream in Brooklyn, NY Then in 1972 they moved to Hialeah where they established their Italian corner with this restaurant.
The family has 40 years of culinary tradition passed down through three generations.
Address: Village Shopping Center, 1412 W 49th St., Hialeah, FL 33012
Telephone: (305) 558-8412
Monday to Thursday, 11am – 11pm
Friday and Saturday, 11am – 12am
Sunday, 12 am – 12 am
This story was originally published July 13, 2022 6:30 AM.
Periodista Venezolana con más de 14 años de experiencia en temas sociales y de derechos humanos. Actualmente dedicada al acontecer noticioso en la city de Hialeah y sus alrededores.
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