In a residential neighborhood in west Hialeah you’ll find Pa’ Comer, a pizza shop with bright red walls and very little seating. But what it lacks in size, it makes up for with delicious pizza. The dough here is on the thinner side and it works because a lot of folks choose to fold their pizzas like Cubans on the mainland. If you’re suspicious of folding a whole pizza in half like a taco, you might be pleasantly surprised. The soft dough provides the perfect cushion for all that cheesy goodness, and that extra crispy rim still gives it a satisfying crunch.
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