Seafood Restaurants in East Hialeah


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Husband-and-wife restaurateurs Jorge and Licet Torres aren't new to the Miami dining scene. They've lived and worked in Miami Springs since 1997, operating a duo of Latin-cuisine restaurants?both named Latin Cafe. In April 2014, the Torres's opened an eatery closer to their own neighborhood, on a prime corner just off of Circle Park. They called the spot Sabores Restaurant & Lounge. At Sabores, the Torreses and their team skillfully prepare Cuban classics such as steak sandwiches, whole fried snapper, and smoked pork chops. A private area hosts special events, and a full bar keeps glasses filled with adult libations such as imported beers, creative cocktails, and blended tax returns. On Fridays nights, guests can take the karaoke stage to croon favorite tunes.
1 Curtiss Pkwy.
Miami Springs,
FL
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Approaching three decades as a Miami Springs institution, Treats Caf? serves up weekday breakfast classics like eggs, signature pancakes, and corned-beef hash, plus lighter breakfast options made with egg whites and served with whole-wheat toast. Weekend brunch options include eggs benedict, chicken fingers, and the Roast Beef Westward?a breakfast sandwich stuffed with eggs, roast beef, bacon, and tomatoes, and served with a creamy horseradish sauce and house potatoes?and adults can pair their brunch with the Sunrise Mimosa, which combines prosecco, orange juice, and a splash of pink lemonade. At lunch and dinner, Treats Caf? serves old-fashioned french dips and reubens, grilled-sirloin burgers, and entrees such as pasta, seafood, and baby-back ribs. All meat and produce are carefully chosen from local markets, and the fruits of their harvest are posted each day on the restaurant?s Twitter feed. Treats Cafe now offers delivery service so that customers can stop dragging their couches and TVs through the leafy bushes out front. Before the storefront?s big, plate-glass window, umbrella-clad tables and a leaning shade tree give respite on sunny days.
261 Westward Drive
Miami Springs,
FL
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Top off your dinner with a tasty Spanish dessert at Puerto Gallego. Low-fat foods are not on the menu at Puerto Gallego, though, so plan to indulge a bit. Find time to peruse the wine list here — Puerto Gallego offers a variety of drink options. Enjoy the vibe here with a business casual dress code. Puerto Gallego prides itself in its delicious catering. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. Bikers can store their bikes safely while they enjoy a meal at Puerto Gallego. A meal at Puerto Gallego will typically set you back about $30. Early risers and night owls alike can enjoy Puerto Gallego since it offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
2093 Palm Ave
Hialeah,
FL
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