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Rey's Pizza

Rey's Cuban Pizza Miami

Jorge Castillo: Rey's has several locations throughout Miami, all open 24 hours per day. So when you crave some great Cuban pizza way after midnight, you can always count on Rey's to be open for business and cranking out great Cuban pies.

Glenn Lindgren: Here's a tip: if you get hungry for a great Cuban flan or tres leches cake in the middle of the night, check out Rey's rotating dessert case. The desserts are amazingly good, especially for a pizza place.

Jorge Castillo: And you can get that dessert at 3:00 o'clock in the morning!

Glenn Lindgren: For the casual traveler, Rey's – the "King of Pizza" – is probably the easiest to find and the most accessible. If you've never had a Cuban pizza, this is a great place to get started.

Raúl Musibay: You couldn't get a more authentic Cuban pizza unless you were on the beach at Varadero!

Glenn Lindgren: There's a reason that Rey's is known as the King of Pizza - they serve the best Cuban pizza in Miami.

Raúl Musibay: Rey's serves the best Cuban pizza in the entire United States!

Jorge Castillo: After many restaurant successes in Cuba, Ramon A. Rodriguez came to the United States in 1980 and soon started perfecting the pizzas he remembered from Cuba. Soon he had his first restaurant on 24th and Flagler.

Raúl Musibay: Ramon soon realized his dream of becoming the King of Pizza in Miami.

Glenn Lindgren: Come to Rey's to enjoy some of the classic Cuban toppings like Spanish chorizo, served ground like Italian sausage, not sliced like pepperoni.

Raúl Musibay: They even make a pizza with plantain.

Glenn Lindgren: Rey's rounds out the menu with a few Cuban sandwiches (Cubanos) and a spaghetti made with chorizo. You can also buy wonderful batidos – Cuban shakes – in traditional flavors including batido de mamey and batido de trigo, the classic "wheat" shake.

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HOURS: Open 24 hours.

PRICES: Large pizza around $17.00

DRESS: Casual

BAR: No.

CARDS: MasterCard and Visa.


The Details

Rey's Pizza
1919 W 60th St
Hialeah, FL 33012
Rey's Pizza
2908 W 3rd Ave
Hialeah, FL 33012
Rey's Pizza
296 SW 107th Ave
Miami, FL 33174
Rey's Pizza
8790 NW 122nd Street
Miami, FL 33018
Rey's Pizza
2420 SW 137th Ave
Miami, FL 33175
Rey's Pizza
2381 W Flagler St
Miami, FL 33135
Rey's Pizza
6340 SW 8th St
Miami, FL 33144
This new Kindle version contains all of the recipes and editorial copy from the original print edition. As a bonus, the new Kindle edition includes 24 new photos of the prepared dishes.



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