This South of Fifth spot is the first Miami location of Naples’ most famous chain of pizzerias. There’s some outdoor seating, which is a better choice than sitting inside, where there are enough colors to warrant sunglasses and you’ll have to occasionally make eye-contact with way too many photos of the restaurant’s owner. The pizza itself isn’t bad - and there are more things on the menu like eggplant parm and gnocchi - but the food is not quite good enough to make us want to come back to this odd-looking restaurant and spend $20 on a pizza we won’t remember in a week.
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The Alley is an Italian restaurant - and quite possibly the only place worth sitting down and eating on Ocean Drive.
Intimo is a fancy Nikkei restaurant in South of Fifth. The food’s not bad, but the interior is ridiculous and so bright you’ll need sunglasses.
Stiltsville Fish Bar
Stiltsville is an upscale seafood spot in Sunset Harbour where you can have a sit-down meal and eat some pretty good seafood.
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Osteria Morini is an Italian restaurant in a South Beach hotel. It’s a little touristy, but the pasta is very good and the outdoor seating is pretty.
Osteria Baiocco is an Italian restaurant in MiMo that serves some of Miami’s best pasta.
Forte dei Marmi
Forte dei Marmi is South Beach’s most grown-up restaurant, come for a special occasion with people who like good Italian food.
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Andiamo Brick Oven Pizza
Andiamo is a pizza place in a beautiful MiMo building that sells whole pies and has some nice outdoor seating.
Stanzione 87 is a minimal Italian spot in Brickell that serves some of the best Neapolitan pizzas in Miami.
Pizza Tropical is a pizza stand in the back of Gramps in Wynwood with some of the best NY-style slices in Miami.
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