brick oven pizza
- hy katz Jan 20, 2004 11:06 AM
Are their any brick oven pizza resteraunts anyone can recommend in Dade or South Broward county?
Spris, Miami Beach, Lincoln Road
Pizza Rustica with two locations, one on lincoln road and the other in washington av., both on Miami Beach
Try Anthony's Coal-Fired Pizza, on the 1900 block of S. Federal Highway in Ft. Lauderdale, less than 5 minutes north of Dania.
Nearby, on the 1500 block of the SE 17th St. Causeway in the Quay plaza there's also Bravo's, a competent trattoria that makes very good wood-fired pizzas.
Here are three. They are all kid friendly, my girls love to watch their pizza being prepared and to peek inside the oven while it cooks.
Blu Pizzeria (305) 666-9285 5894 Sunset Dr South Miami, FL 33143 You can eat inside or out. Their sandwiches and salads are great too. We like to walk over to Granny Kay's Frozen Custard for dessert after our dinner.
Graziano's Next Door 9209 Sw 40th St, Miami, FL 33165
(305) 225-3696 You can walk up to the wine racks and choose your own - very nice selection. Their gelato is great, too.
Archie's Pizza Coral Gables (305) 444-1557 166 Giralda Ave Coral Gables, FL 33134 They have a few locations. The pizza topped with arugula is my favorite!
I'm a brick oven fanatic, in fact I only eat pizza from a real brick oven, the ones where you see the actual fire.
1. RED ROCK - Boca Raton
2. ANTONYS - Various locations
Andiamos is ok, not all that as mentioned.
Rustica sucks, unless your drunk on south beach in need of pizza
Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza is coming to Doral and we couldn't be happier!! Not sure when they're going to open as Doral is a tough place to open a restaurant for some reason or other (local codes, inspectioins, bannana republic, etc.). But we'll be glad to add them to the lunch rotation that's for sure!