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Everybody in Miami knows that Little Havana isn’t the only place to get authentic, home-cooked-style Cuban cuisine. Every local likely has their go-to hole-in-the-wall that they swear is the best kept secret in all of Dadeland. For those of you whose secret is Molina’s Ranch Restaurant, we apologize, but it demands attention. The Hialeah cafe has a straight-out-of-Havana feel, and not just because almost nobody there speaks English. Step out of your Cuban sandwich comfort zone and try traditional Cuban dishes with Caribbean inflections, like shrimp-stuffed fried plantains, lobster empanadas, and of course, whatever you’re eating, will only be enhanced by fluffy rice and hearty black beans. It’s time the rest of Miami got to enjoy a little slice of Havana without having to go to Little Havana to get it.

Everybody in Miami knows that Little Havana isn’t the only place to get authentic, home-cooked-style Cuban cuisine. Every local likely has their go-to hole-in-the-wall that they swear is the best kept secret in all of Dadeland. For those of you whose secret is Molina’s Ranch Restaurant, we apologize, but it demands attention. The Hialeah cafe has a straight-out-of-Havana feel, and not just because almost nobody there speaks English. Step out of your Cuban sandwich comfort zone and try traditional Cuban dishes with Caribbean inflections, like shrimp-stuffed fried plantains, lobster empanadas, and of course, whatever you’re eating, will only be enhanced by fluffy rice and hearty black beans. It’s time the rest of Miami got to enjoy a little slice of Havana without having to go to Little Havana to get it.