Hialeah Park Race Track, Hialeah – Florida

Location of Hialeah Park Race Track in Hialeah, Florida [googlemaps map_type_id=”satellite”¬†width=800¬†height=400] Photos of Hialeah Park Race Track: [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”61″ gal_title=”Hialeah Park Race Track”] Hialeah Park Race Track – Florida, United States In 2004, the historic Hialeah Park Racetrack in Hialeah, Florida, was closed after two-years of laying dormant. The track had been home to the Flamingo Stakes, a top Kentucky Derby prep race, for almost 80 years prior to its closing. In 2009, the track was brought back to life by owner John J. Brunetti who had a new vision for this picturesque property. After four years of providing first-class quarter horse racing, Brunetti’s vision went into phase II with the addition of a beautiful casino and entertainment facility. Current plans call for the future development of a Racing History Museum, hotel & spa and an urban shopping development for the benefit of the citizens of Dade County, Florida and Hialeah Park Casino patrons. Dining and Drinks Spread throughout this massive facility are a number of great restaurants and cafes, offering a wide variety of foods from all over the world. The Havana Cafe offers a nice selection of Cuban cuisine plus an assortment of sandwiches, pasta, salads and desserts. At the La Veranda Bar & Cafe, the dining experience becomes a little more glamorous with steaks, appetizers and a list of special cocktails to spruce up the meal. Race goers can stop for a bite at the Turf Club where the fare is designed to appeal directly to horse players. For a more casual dining experience, patrons can choose from places such as the Flamingo Lounge Bar &...