Pizza in Key Biscayne

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The dedicated dough maestros of Pizza Rustica fulfill circular-food quotas with freshly baked, preservative-free pies topped with creative earthborn ingredients. Stop in to peruse the menu, and sample mouthwatering munchables such as a huge slice of mega-meat pizza, piled high with two types of sausage, steak, ham, pepperoni, red onion, and plum-tomato sauce ($4.95), a 14” smoked-spicy-chicken pizza carrying a cast of fresh tomatoes, red onions, mozzarella, and boneless chipotle-chicken breast derived from a stash of poultry that's roasted that day ($16), or a portobello mushroom and goat cheese panini hugged by homemade rustica bread ($6.95). Slices boast above-average girth, so it’s a good idea to grab a friend before tag-teaming one of Pizza Rustica’s tomato-sauced pizza mats or the Nutella-and-ricotta-cheese-filled pizzetta ($3.95).

9769 Northwest 41st Street
Miami,
FL
US

Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza, originated in Miami, Florida, was inspired by an Italian family who moved to South Florida in 1982 and opened a restaurant called Anthony’s Runway 84. The place was so successful that the owner was encouraged to open an Italian restaurant that specializes in coal-oven pizzas. Today, there are Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza places all over Florida, Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Pizzas are cooked in an 800-degree oven giving them the unique well-done flavor that the restaurant is famous for. Only the best quality ingredients are used, resulting in an incredible tasting pizza that cooks much faster than others. The restaurant also serves eggplant marino, homemade meatballs, wings, traditional calzone, a classic Italian salad, pork ribs and many other crowd pleasers. The kitchen staff goes to great lengths to ensure consistent quality food prepared using the freshest ingredients. The lunch menu offers many amazing dishes at lower prices. Full-service catering is available.

10205 S Dixie Hwy
Miami,
FL
US

The old ways continue to endure and enchant palates at Spris Artisan Pizza, backed by more than 25 years of experience in the restaurant business. Named after the refreshing aperitif famous throughout Italy's Veneto region, Spris Artisan Pizza draws inspiration from traditional Old World cooking at both of its locations, even going so far as to use imported Italian ingredients in several dishes. Their signature pizzas embody this commitment to tradition. Every gourmet pie begins as disk of regular, whole-wheat, or gluten-free dough. From there, chefs top the thin-crust pies to please all palates with everything from the traditional margherita to grilled vegetables, prime quality cold cuts, and ground Italian sausage before sliding them into a blistering-hot, wood-fired brick oven to achieve the characteristic crispy thin crust. This dedication is also apparent in other menu items, from the paninis?available in pizza or ciabatta bread?to homemade pastas and signature salads.

200 South Biscayne Boulevard
Miami,
FL
US

A trip to Portofino, Italy, changed the lives of the family behind Portofino Coal Fired Pizza. It was in that town that they learned the secrets of making spectacular pizza in a coal-fired oven, and it was because of that experience that they returned to the United States and opened up their own restaurant serving coal-fired pizzas. The crusts are topped with more than two dozen ingredients, including sliced hot cherry peppers, saut?ed broccoli rabe, coal-fired chicken, and laser-beam-heated mushrooms, before being placed into the unique oven that helped earn the eatery a Certificate of Excellence from the stomachs at TripAdvisor. Additionally, chefs hand-roll meatballs to pair with pasta dishes and build sandwiches like eggplant parmigiana, which can be paired with appetizers, salads, or soup.

11535 N Kendall Dr
Miami,
FL
US

For New York style pizza in Miami, come to Ferrari’s Pizzeria and Restaurant. Just because Floridians avoid snow and ice doesn’t mean they can’t enjoy a New York slice! Ferrari’s specialties other than pizza include Stromboli and calzones, not to mention stacked-high subs like the Eggplant Parmigiana and the Cheese Steak Deluxe. For an evening of dining, try a full entrée, all of which come with garlic rolls and a choice of soup or salad and pasta. Dinner patrons will find a selection of chicken and veal dishes, seafood specialties and traditional or baked pasta dishes. Gluten free and vegetarian options are available. For gatherings, be sure to take advantage of Ferrari’s catering services for a party not to be missed. Travel from Miami to New York with one step into Ferrari’s Pizzeria and Restaurant.

15761 SW 152nd St
Miami,
FL
US

The family-owned Kosher Kingdom has all the offerings of a traditional grocery store, from fresh produce to a butcher shop and an extensive offering of prepared foods. The large facility also sports a state-of-the-art bakery that produces Jewish-leaning baked goods and challahs daily. Deli counter favorites include roasted chicken and slow-cooked brisket, with prepared foods ranging from homemade gefilte fish and hot-from-the oven knishes to jumbo stuffed cabbage. The more than 10,000-square-foot specialty store is completely kosher, which means only approved wines, candies, treats and other goods make it to the store’s shelves. There’s even a Pizza King inside, making Kosher Kingdom a perfect one-stop shop for all your kosher needs, or just a pie to take home when you don’t feel like cooking.

3017 Aventura Blvd
Miami,
FL
US