Hialeah, Florida, where the local Cuban and Cuban-American population is higher than perhaps anywhere else in the country, is an extremely popular city for Cuban culture, food, and arts. If you and your sweetheart love Cuban, Peruvian, and or Latin American fare, Hialeah, Florida is perfect for both of you. At Molina’s Ranch Restaurant, you’ll almost believe you’re in Cuba while you eat your fill of rice, black beans, and chicken without emptying your wallet. On the other hand, we think you’ll also enjoy the casual atmosphere, fried squid, giant corn with cheese chunks, and chicken breast at Rinconcito Peruano, a well-loved Peruvian Restaurant in Hialeah! Not into Cuban or Peruvian, how about Vietnamese? Take your special lady or gentleman to sample beef pho and bubble tea at the Green Papaya. Although Hialeah is famous for its Cuban fare, you might also want to visit the famous Hialeah Park Race Track, capture photographs of the city’s vibrant pink flamingos, or try your own hand at cooking dinner with the local ingredients from Mom and Pop supermarkets while you’re in town!