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7.3

Pizzamanina

$$$$

564 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah
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This spot is located in a strip mall on an industrial-looking street in Hialeah, where Cuban pizzerias are as common as bad sushi in South Beach. But if you have to choose just one Cuban pizza to have in Hialeah, it should be here and it has to be their signature pizzamanina pizza. This is the fanciest Cuban pizza we’ve encountered in Miami: prosciutto, blue cheese, and bacon under a blanket of mozzarella and gouda. The crust is a little thinner than some of the puffed-up pizzas cubanas in town—which means you won’t be too full to also order their guava pizza featuring a smear of guava paste instead of red sauce. If that weren’t enough to make you come here, there’s a busty mannequin in the dining room sitting down to her own box of pizza that you can pose with for photos along with a mini “brinca brinca” (AKA a trampoline) for the kids.

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