Hialeah offers an exhausting amount of Cuban pizza options, but this tiny spot across the street from Sedano’s makes the crispiest versions in the city. Hakuna Matata only has a small bar and a booth for anyone waiting on an order. You can also call ahead to pick-up through their little ventanita (and maybe have a cafecito break too). The dough here comes equipped with a really impressive crispy cheese rim, giving the edges of the dough a crunch that will have you singing Hakuna Matata all the way home. Bacon is what you want to get on this pizza, because they fry it up thick and slice it in big chunks. We will forever be disappointed that all bacon pizza doesn’t come in this form.
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