The Miami district of Hialeah is a diverse working-class city proud of its culture and history. Formerly known as a popular party city, Hialeah has a long history of economic growth, Cuban immigration, and demographic development. Even though Hialeah is no longer the largest party district, it still has experiences venues that offer unique atmospheres, food, and drinks for all types of visitors. Dining is distinctive because of the variety of local recipes that tend to blend everything from Cuban, Caribbean, American and Latin American foods and traditions. Esplanade, Versailles, Talula and Cafe Lacieba are all well known for their good food, good service and good times. Hialeah is a great place to escape the hustle and bustle to just relax and enjoy the wonderful culture that is behind Miami's splendor.