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The 22 Must-Try Pizza Restaurants in Miami

There's truly a pizza for everyone.

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Although Miami is known for its Cuban flare and culinary spice, there's no denying the fact that Floridians can toss up a hot slice of America's all-around favorite food. Whether a fan of thin-crust, deep-dish or multi-topping, it’s easy to find the best in just about every neighborhood in the Magic City and here's the proof.

Below is a list of Miami's best pizza places for that cheesy, saucy, crispy bite that has been craved all week listed below, listed in geographical order from north to south.

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Steve's Pizza

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Steve is a very common name, but when talking about Steve’s Pizza in Miami, there’s only one. Adorned with the graffiti artwork of all eaters, Steve’s serves true Brooklyn-style pizza; the type that barely fits on a plate and requires two hands to fold. And for only $3.50 a slice, don’t shy away from its garlic roles.

Ironside Pizza

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This longstanding Italian favorite, nestled inside the up-and-coming Ironside complex, has long been a favorite for classic, perfectly-charred Neapolitan style pizzas that boast the right combination of crunch and chew. Its newly revamped digs adds even more covered outdoor seating, while the restaurant keeps with its BYOB roots encouraging guests to bring their favorite bottle of vino to pair with its large assortment of pizza pies.

Andiamo! Brick Oven Pizza

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For all the pizza junkies hankering for more than the ordinary cheese, pepper and mushroom toppings, check in at Andiamo. Opt for the make-your-own pizza and choose from an assortment of daily-delivered toppings, like pancetta, prosciutto, eggplant and broccoli rabe, just to name a few. Andiamo even created its own wine, Andiamo Red, and is one of the few places in South Florida that carries Boylans Old Fashion sodas from New York. So for a refreshing un-Floridian experience, dine in at this Italian-American locale.

Harry's Pizzeria (Multiple locations)

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There’s no surprise that when chef and Miami restauranteur Michael Schwartz opened one of Miami's most eclectic pizza place, Harry’s Pizzeria, he included the same culinary expertise of all his other restaurants. Head down to this neighborhood joint to try something unique like the roasted pork pizza topped with figs, grilled onions, fontina and arugula or the rock shrimp pie topped with grilled lemon, manchego, scallion, and cilantro.

Old Greg's Pizza

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This photogenic square pizza that became the viral sensation of quarantine is finally back in Miami with a permanent home in the Miami Design District. While still in in takeout “test run” mode the restaurant is back serving its popular square pizzas alongside some round pizza varieties, with other favorites making an appearance like the polenta crusted chicken wings, garlic knots, Italian salad, and tres leches. No pre-order is now needed, but check the restaurant’s website for daily hours and menu options.

Prince Street Pizza

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Instagram favorite Prince Street Pizza makes its debut in the Magic City inside Wynwood’s Oasis food hall. The popular pizzeria has brought all of its favorite pies to Miami, sold by the slice or by the whole pie, like the Spicy Spring pizza topped with spicy pepperoni, spicy marinara, mozzarella, and pecorino Romano, all made with New York City water.

Pizza Tropical

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This late night favorite, appropriately attached to Gramps, serves a variety of pizzas by the slice — from a classic pepperoni to its take on the ever so controversial Hawaiian pizza — alongside wings, dip, rolls, and even cafecito.

Though a little on the pricier side, Lucali has a way of making those extra bucks worthwhile. The dough is wheeled into thin sheets by empty wine bottles before it enters the wooden oven, which creates crispy bubbles around the layered center of cheese. Simplicity is key here, but there is nothing plain about the cheese pie, a combination of mozzarella, buffalo mozzarella and parmigiano-reggiano cheese. As for the toppings, go all out: pile up and enjoy.

Miami Slice

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Miami Slice is currently selling some of city’s most sought after pizza — and for good reason. Its pies are order ahead only and only available Thursday through Sunday served out of a tucked away kitchen in Midtown Miami. The showstopper (and Instagram hit) is the La Salsera made with large round swirls of marinara, vodka sauce, pesto, all coming together for one beautiful pie, but other pies like the mushroom truffle pie are also worth a taste.

Eleventh Street Pizza

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This NY-style pizzeria, housed in the former Fooqs location, serves up classic and not-so-classic pies served by the whole or by the slice like the wild shroom topped with maitake mushrooms, thyme, garlic, shallot, mozzarella, garlic confit, caramelized onions, parsley, and sourdough breadcrumbs.

This Italian restaurant on the Miami River features an extensive menu filled with salads, pastas and entrees but the pizzas are the real star. With more than ten different varieties on the menu in an assortment of sizes, it offers something for every taste and mood.

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Located on the first floor of the Urbanica Hotels, this stylish New York inspired restaurant specializes in, you guessed it, pizza, which is made in both Roman and New York styles. The ten different pizzas come topped with everything from n’duja to truffle, that pair well with other dishes from the menu like fettuccine Bolognese, branzino, lasagna, and tuna tartare. The drink list features an assortment of riffs off Italian classics, including a Negroni, Italian Old Fashioned, and Aperol Spritz. 

Sir Pizza

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For more than 50 years, Sir Pizza has been gracing South Florida with its fun and family-friendly atmosphere ever since its first debut in Key Biscayne in 1968. Its motto, “Good to the very edge,” is no ploy.

Stanzione 87

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Load up on these authentic Neapolitan pies in a few different ways at Stanzione 87. Either opt for the pizzas to be cooked on-site, pick up a make-your-own pizza kit complete with everything to make a pie at home, or grab some frozen pizzas to-go to satisfy those pizza cravings anytime the mood hits.

DC Pie Co.

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Dominic Cavagnuolo, one of the men behind popular pizza joint Lucali Miami, has brought his more casual, counter-service restaurant DC Pie Co. to the Brickell neighborhood. Dine on favorites like 15-inch pies with a variety of mix-and-match toppings to choose from, alongside meatballs, salads, and brick-oven prepared items such as hot wings, pepperoni chips, and baked artichokes. 

Mister O1 Extraordinary Pizza (Multiple locations)

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This popular Italian pizza eatery, which features locations throughout the city, offers up its photogenic pies, like the star shaped Star Luca, alongside other classics like a pepperoni pizza.

Square Pie City

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After a successful run inside Time Out Market, Miami-born and bred chef Jeremiah Bullfrog has taken his popular Detroit-style pies on the road with pop-ups all over town. Find out his latest location on his instagram account and dig into pies like the All White E’rrything with mozzarella, ricotta, and parmesan; the Ill Pepperoni; Meat Lovahs; and Veg Supreme.

Casola's Pizzeria and Sub Shop

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Casola’s might as well be synonymous with Miami. Family owned and run for more than 30 years, it’s rare to find a Miamian who hasn’t had a piece of their famous 25-inch pies. Those massive slices and low prices; how could one go wrong?

Frankie's Pizza

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A “first” is one of the most special moments in a person’s life. Many Miami natives can reminisce on their first slice of pizza because Frankie’s has been around since 1955, still serving the same crispy square slices. With a secret recipe that’s been guarded for almost 60 years, this pizza joint has become a historical landmark in the Magic City.

Miami's Best Pizza

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Miami’s Best Pizza has returned and is bigger and better than ever. It’s new, cleaner, and larger location in Coral Gables boats the same garlic-y rolls, classic pies, and Miami-style heroes, that Miami’s Best built its reputation on since the 1970s — and remains a fan favorite today, too. 

The Big Cheese of Miami

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This classic pizza spot right by the University of Miami, The Big Cheese has been serving up pizza by the slice and by the pie to hungry college kids and locals alike for more than 25 years.

Vice City Pizza

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What began as a passion project for chef Carlos Estarita in 2021 during the COVID-19 lockdowns as evolved into a full-fledged pizzeria inside Kendall favorite, Abi Maria. Showcasing Miami’s diversity, the Detroit-style pies range from the traditional marinara and O.G. pizza to the more decadent varieties like the Ron Swanson topped with bacon, pepperoni, sauce, banana peppers, and hot honey. Apps like truffle stracciatella and calabrian chili hot wings complete the experience.

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Steve's Pizza

Steve is a very common name, but when talking about Steve’s Pizza in Miami, there’s only one. Adorned with the graffiti artwork of all eaters, Steve’s serves true Brooklyn-style pizza; the type that barely fits on a plate and requires two hands to fold. And for only $3.50 a slice, don’t shy away from its garlic roles.

Ironside Pizza

This longstanding Italian favorite, nestled inside the up-and-coming Ironside complex, has long been a favorite for classic, perfectly-charred Neapolitan style pizzas that boast the right combination of crunch and chew. Its newly revamped digs adds even more covered outdoor seating, while the restaurant keeps with its BYOB roots encouraging guests to bring their favorite bottle of vino to pair with its large assortment of pizza pies.

Andiamo! Brick Oven Pizza

For all the pizza junkies hankering for more than the ordinary cheese, pepper and mushroom toppings, check in at Andiamo. Opt for the make-your-own pizza and choose from an assortment of daily-delivered toppings, like pancetta, prosciutto, eggplant and broccoli rabe, just to name a few. Andiamo even created its own wine, Andiamo Red, and is one of the few places in South Florida that carries Boylans Old Fashion sodas from New York. So for a refreshing un-Floridian experience, dine in at this Italian-American locale.

Harry's Pizzeria (Multiple locations)

There’s no surprise that when chef and Miami restauranteur Michael Schwartz opened one of Miami's most eclectic pizza place, Harry’s Pizzeria, he included the same culinary expertise of all his other restaurants. Head down to this neighborhood joint to try something unique like the roasted pork pizza topped with figs, grilled onions, fontina and arugula or the rock shrimp pie topped with grilled lemon, manchego, scallion, and cilantro.

Old Greg's Pizza

This photogenic square pizza that became the viral sensation of quarantine is finally back in Miami with a permanent home in the Miami Design District. While still in in takeout “test run” mode the restaurant is back serving its popular square pizzas alongside some round pizza varieties, with other favorites making an appearance like the polenta crusted chicken wings, garlic knots, Italian salad, and tres leches. No pre-order is now needed, but check the restaurant’s website for daily hours and menu options.

Prince Street Pizza

Instagram favorite Prince Street Pizza makes its debut in the Magic City inside Wynwood’s Oasis food hall. The popular pizzeria has brought all of its favorite pies to Miami, sold by the slice or by the whole pie, like the Spicy Spring pizza topped with spicy pepperoni, spicy marinara, mozzarella, and pecorino Romano, all made with New York City water.

Pizza Tropical

This late night favorite, appropriately attached to Gramps, serves a variety of pizzas by the slice — from a classic pepperoni to its take on the ever so controversial Hawaiian pizza — alongside wings, dip, rolls, and even cafecito.

Lucali

Though a little on the pricier side, Lucali has a way of making those extra bucks worthwhile. The dough is wheeled into thin sheets by empty wine bottles before it enters the wooden oven, which creates crispy bubbles around the layered center of cheese. Simplicity is key here, but there is nothing plain about the cheese pie, a combination of mozzarella, buffalo mozzarella and parmigiano-reggiano cheese. As for the toppings, go all out: pile up and enjoy.

Miami Slice

Miami Slice is currently selling some of city’s most sought after pizza — and for good reason. Its pies are order ahead only and only available Thursday through Sunday served out of a tucked away kitchen in Midtown Miami. The showstopper (and Instagram hit) is the La Salsera made with large round swirls of marinara, vodka sauce, pesto, all coming together for one beautiful pie, but other pies like the mushroom truffle pie are also worth a taste.

Eleventh Street Pizza

This NY-style pizzeria, housed in the former Fooqs location, serves up classic and not-so-classic pies served by the whole or by the slice like the wild shroom topped with maitake mushrooms, thyme, garlic, shallot, mozzarella, garlic confit, caramelized onions, parsley, and sourdough breadcrumbs.

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This Italian restaurant on the Miami River features an extensive menu filled with salads, pastas and entrees but the pizzas are the real star. With more than ten different varieties on the menu in an assortment of sizes, it offers something for every taste and mood.

Editor Pizza

Located on the first floor of the Urbanica Hotels, this stylish New York inspired restaurant specializes in, you guessed it, pizza, which is made in both Roman and New York styles. The ten different pizzas come topped with everything from n’duja to truffle, that pair well with other dishes from the menu like fettuccine Bolognese, branzino, lasagna, and tuna tartare. The drink list features an assortment of riffs off Italian classics, including a Negroni, Italian Old Fashioned, and Aperol Spritz. 

Sir Pizza

For more than 50 years, Sir Pizza has been gracing South Florida with its fun and family-friendly atmosphere ever since its first debut in Key Biscayne in 1968. Its motto, “Good to the very edge,” is no ploy.

Stanzione 87

Load up on these authentic Neapolitan pies in a few different ways at Stanzione 87. Either opt for the pizzas to be cooked on-site, pick up a make-your-own pizza kit complete with everything to make a pie at home, or grab some frozen pizzas to-go to satisfy those pizza cravings anytime the mood hits.

DC Pie Co.

Dominic Cavagnuolo, one of the men behind popular pizza joint Lucali Miami, has brought his more casual, counter-service restaurant DC Pie Co. to the Brickell neighborhood. Dine on favorites like 15-inch pies with a variety of mix-and-match toppings to choose from, alongside meatballs, salads, and brick-oven prepared items such as hot wings, pepperoni chips, and baked artichokes. 

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Mister O1 Extraordinary Pizza (Multiple locations)

This popular Italian pizza eatery, which features locations throughout the city, offers up its photogenic pies, like the star shaped Star Luca, alongside other classics like a pepperoni pizza.

Square Pie City

After a successful run inside Time Out Market, Miami-born and bred chef Jeremiah Bullfrog has taken his popular Detroit-style pies on the road with pop-ups all over town. Find out his latest location on his instagram account and dig into pies like the All White E’rrything with mozzarella, ricotta, and parmesan; the Ill Pepperoni; Meat Lovahs; and Veg Supreme.

Casola's Pizzeria and Sub Shop

Casola’s might as well be synonymous with Miami. Family owned and run for more than 30 years, it’s rare to find a Miamian who hasn’t had a piece of their famous 25-inch pies. Those massive slices and low prices; how could one go wrong?

Frankie's Pizza

A “first” is one of the most special moments in a person’s life. Many Miami natives can reminisce on their first slice of pizza because Frankie’s has been around since 1955, still serving the same crispy square slices. With a secret recipe that’s been guarded for almost 60 years, this pizza joint has become a historical landmark in the Magic City.

Miami's Best Pizza

Miami’s Best Pizza has returned and is bigger and better than ever. It’s new, cleaner, and larger location in Coral Gables boats the same garlic-y rolls, classic pies, and Miami-style heroes, that Miami’s Best built its reputation on since the 1970s — and remains a fan favorite today, too. 

The Big Cheese of Miami

This classic pizza spot right by the University of Miami, The Big Cheese has been serving up pizza by the slice and by the pie to hungry college kids and locals alike for more than 25 years.

Vice City Pizza

What began as a passion project for chef Carlos Estarita in 2021 during the COVID-19 lockdowns as evolved into a full-fledged pizzeria inside Kendall favorite, Abi Maria. Showcasing Miami’s diversity, the Detroit-style pies range from the traditional marinara and O.G. pizza to the more decadent varieties like the Ron Swanson topped with bacon, pepperoni, sauce, banana peppers, and hot honey. Apps like truffle stracciatella and calabrian chili hot wings complete the experience.

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