Even in a city with as many northeastern transplants as Miami, great pizza is still hard to find. Luckily, there’s Lucali. The sister location to the Brooklyn original, this Sunset Harbour spot serves Miami’s best pizza, hands down. Large pies start at $24 and are the size of a manhole cover so definitely come with friends. You can also head next door to 1930 Social Club for $12 bar-sized Lucali pizzas and calzones, along with free meatballs and wings during their daily Happy Hour.
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