Hialeah may seem like just another city in Miami, but there’s endless fun in this progressive city. From great restaurants to water skiing and pottery lessons, Alex Miranda has the scoop on all the cool things to do.
Think Hialeah and…
Ignacio “Nacho” Hernandez: “Spring-fed aquifer water…”
…didn’t think of it at first, but at the Miami Aquatic Center at Amelia Earhart Park…
Ignacio “Nacho” Hernandez: “You can wakeboard, you can wakeboard, you can kneeboard, you can wakeboard. I mean, you can even bring your skimboard.”
It has boats and cable systems for seasoned professionals.
Ignacio “Nacho” Hernandez: “One of them is right here, Joey, go there. Cool.”
Joseph: “I come back almost every week, so you could say I’m addicted.”
Alex Miranda: My problem is I keep quitting and never changing boards.
Alex Miranda: “I did it! A whole round!”
Alex Miranda: “I can’t believe I’m doing this!”
Alex Miranda: “I’ll never let go, Jack. I’ll never let go. Yeah, unless you really let go.”
Alex Miranda: “That was so exhilarating, totally ate it up afterwards, but that’s my goal!”
Passes start at $60.
Hialeah Artists Unite!
Ruben Pazo: “Creating all kinds of art together.”
At the Artisans Playhouse, every week…
Ruben Pazo: “Pottery and Rug Tufting Classes.”
Love you IKEA, but we can now make our own rugs.
Ruben Pazo: “It takes three to five hours before they use the tufting gun to shoot the yarn into it.”
By “it” he means the projector, so just save the picture from the internet.
Ruben Pazo: “Album covers, anime, commercial logos.”
But what about those two-hour “ghost” — I mean, wheel-throwing lessons?
Ruben Pazo: “They can make cups, bowls, vases, and stick all kinds of little people on them.”
You don’t have to Patrick Swayyy their patrons.
Guest: “It’s very therapeutic, and holding the clay, you get this nostalgic feeling.”
For Playhouse, they really mean “play”.
Ruben Pazo: “Board games, ping pong, we have stages and people can play musical instruments.”
what is hilaeah without a milkshake, or batidopicture…
Julio Barrero: “trigo milkshake, probably the best in Miami.”
Douzi! But at Trigo Cafe, this wheat delicacy is a real hit.
Julio Barrero: “Cuban-American, Spanish-influenced.”
Made with milk, ice, wheat, sugar and, of course, crème fraîche, caramel and crumbles from a Heath bar.
Do you think this lady is happy? Yes, I think so.
Of course, you’ll find staples here.
Julio Barrero: “Like flan, arroz con leche and dulce de leche.”
And, it’s Hialeah, so here comes the coffee.
Julio Barrero: “Cafe Bombon is espresso with condensed milk.”
Julio Barrero: “We are grateful that our customers are here.”
Miami Aquatic Center
Amelia Earhart Park
401 E 65th Street
Hialeah, Florida 33013
2456 W 8th carat.
Hialeah, Florida 33010
839 West 49th Street
Hialeah, Florida 33012
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