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Ironside Pizza, Neapolitan Pies From The Guys Behind Toscana Divino

TD Hospitality Group has bought out Ironside Pittzza and turned it into Ironside Pizza.

Meet Ironside Pizza, the first ever expansion for the TD Hospitality Group who first opened Toscana Divino in Mary Brickell Village in 2012. Housed in the same space as the former Ironside Pittzza—which the team bought out and renovated, bringing in their own menu—the Neapolitan pizzeria inside the Little River District's Ironside Complex will, per their reps, serve high-quality, authentic Italian dishes, starring, most prominently, wood-fired pizzas made with Italian ingredients. Think flour from Molino San Felice, San Marzano tomatoes, mozzarella di bufala, prosciutto, house-cured porchetta, ‘nduja calabrese (a spicy salami from Calabria) and the like.

Pizzas will range from classics like Margherita ($11) to fancier options like Tonno ($14) and Ironside (green salad, feta, cherry tomato, parmigiano, black olives - $18), and will be available gluten-free for those with dietary concerns or restrictive diets for an additional $4. Vegan cheese options are also available. And if you're looking to eat all the pizza you can possibly handle (and you happen to be with a large group), you can opt for a glorious-sounding $20 per person Giro Pizza (Tour of Pizza), which buys everyone in your party unlimited pizza.

And that's not all for the Toscana Divino boys. The team's also acquired the adjacent ex-House of V space, which they'll be opening later this fall as Ironside Cafe.

For now, Ironside Pizza is officially open with for lunch Monday through Friday from noon until 3 p.m. and for dinner daily from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m. Brunch service will begin later this Fall.

Here's a video that shows you around the restaurant.