Pizza in Palm

Up to 45% Off at Gina's Pizza Italian Ristorante

Gina's Pizza Italian Ristorante

West Avenue

$20 $11

Italian-American staples including meatball parm subs, stuffed shells, and New York–style pizza

Up to 52% Off at My Pi Custom Pizza

My Pi Custom Pizza


$25 $12

Personal 9-inch pizzas with gourmet toppings, such as crumbled feta and sriracha sauce, pair with craft beers hand selected monthly

45% Off at Capone's Italian Pizzeria

Capone's Pizzeria

Hollywood Hills

$20 $11


Pizza made with family dough and sauce recipes at a pizzeria specializing in Italian classics such as baked lasagna and sunday gravy

47% Off Italian Cuisine at Sebastiano's Pizzeria & Restaurant

Sebastiano's Pizzeria & Restaurant

Hollywood Hills

$46.85 $25

Italian classics including manicotti, veal marsala, eggplant rollatini, and pizzas topped with fresh peppers and meatballs

46% Off Pizza

Picasso Pizza

Lakeside Villas Apartments

$13 $7

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 45% Off at Legends Pizza and Wings

Legends Pizza and Wings


$16 $9

Pizzas, such as a caprese pizza drizzled with a balsamic reduction and a smoked gouda and barbecue chicken pizza, plus sauce-slathered wings

Up to 43% Off at Giovanni's Coal Fire Pizza

Giovanni’s Coal Fire Pizza

Sawgrass Gateway Center

$30 $17


Handcrafted Italian specialties include heaping helpings of pasta and thin pizzas baked in coal-fire oven

$10 for Casual Italian Food at Argenti Pizza

Argenti Pizza

Westwood Community - North

$20 $10

New York–style and deep-dish pizzas served at eatery with twice-weekly karaoke nights

Up to 43% Off at Sophia's Pizzeria & Restaurant

Sophia's Pizzeria & Restaurant

Coral Springs

$29.90 $17


Pastas such as linguine tossed in red or white clam sauce or gnocchi with meat sauce; gourmet and Sicilian–style pizzas

50% Off Italian-American Food at Trio's Deli & Pizzeria

Trio's Deli & Pizzeria


$11 $5.50

Choose from fresh deli sandwiches and wraps or opt for bigger meal with two-topping pizza and breadsticks

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Gusto Bistro's owners and pastry chef hail from Paris, and they incorporate regional French influences from Provence and Brittany into their Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. Dishes are served "in a setting that's less about 'dinner' and more about sitting around shooting the breeze with your mouth really full" according to Thrillist. To jumpstart conversations, the bartenders pour glasses of wine from a list that emphasizes Italian regions and varietals and includes a collection of French and New World bottles. In the kitchen, chefs artfully decorate small plates with arrangements of seasonal fruits and vegetables, French cheeses, or beef carpaccio. Pastry chef Manuel Bengochea brings meals to a sweet finish with a wide variety of homemade French desserts.

Around the dining room, brushed-nickel lamps and black-and-white-tiled floors create a sleek, modern look, while lime-green drapes and a kaleidoscopic assortment of cushions add splashes of color. Large, decorative wine labels hang above the bottle-lined shelves, warning diners about the walls' sulfite content.

959 West Ave
Miami Beach,

Cuisine Type: Italian
Established: 1979
Reservations: Optional
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Metered street parking
Most popular offering: Pizza
Kid-friendly: Yes
Alcohol: Beer and wine only
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes

Q&A with the Owner

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Customers may dine with their pets in our outdoor seating area.

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
We use only the finest ingredients. Our dough and sauces are all homemade and never frozen.

1720 Alton Rd.
Miami Beach,

At Gina's Pizza Italian Ristorante, customers can find their favorite Italian-American staples—meatball parm subs, stuffed shells, and New York–style pizza, to name a few. But they can also walk on the wild side with specialty pies topped in everything from chicken cordon bleu to steak and cheese. Open 24/7, Gino's is a short trip from the beach, allowing diners to load up on mozzarella sticks that they can later use as bait.

1608 Alton Road
Miami Beach,

In addition to saying AltaMare has “the freshest fish in town,” South Beach Magazine, praised owner Claudio Gordano for creating a “menu that showcases the best catches from local fishing boats intermingled with classic Italian dishes.” Diners can watch every step of the preparation process, thanks to the restaurant’s open kitchen, where chefs batter local yellow-eye snapper and blanket it with cucumber crème fraîche, or lightly sear wahoo before plating it with baby artichokes and arugula.

Not to be outdone by the entrees, many of the desserts are creative takes on classic dishes: a “ceviche” swaps seafood for a mélange of tropical fruits swimming in citrus dressing, and the deconstructed tiramisu combines mascarpone mousse, ladyfingers, and shots of espresso and Bailey’s.

1233 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach,

Panizza Bistro woos patrons by serving up warming breakfast, lunch, dinner, and tapas in a friendly, casual atmosphere. Enter cozy confines influenced by Italy, Spain, and Argentina to send your taste buds on a sensory and passport-free excursion. Sample rise-and-shineables such as the ham, cheese, and egg croissant (small $4.90, large $7.40) for a cheerful wake up that's less disturbing than being tickled by a rooster. Daytime diners can nosh on light tapas such as the roasted red pepper and feta cheese crostini ($6.90), or sink their teeth into hearty mouthfuls of Argentine lomito sandwiches filled with grilled steak, ham, cheese, and eggs ($8.99). Continue snacking South American–style with flavorful empanadas ($2), or take a pleasantly dry paddle across the pond with Italian fare including pizzas and pastas. Carnivorous diners can sample Mediterranean-inspired meaty plates such as grilled steak sautéed in gorgonzola sauce and crowned with a tempting toupee of crushed nuts ($14.90). Finish with sweet homemade flan ($4.50), or raise a mug of hot café Panizza fortified with cream, Tia Maria, and Baileys ($4.90) to toast old friends or initiate a liquid food fight in honor of the winter solstice.

1229 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach,

Twin chefs Nicola and Fabrizio Carro have always done everything together. They were born together, grew up together in Alessandria, Italy, learned to cook together, and even grew identical mustaches to suit their identical faces. Most recently, they came to America together to become the joint culinary talents behind Miami Beach's Quattro Gastronomia Italiana. Along with their Northern Italian recipes, they also bring a dedication to quality cuisine—they even import many of their ingredients straight from their homeland.

With a wine list as comprehensive as the menu, the restaurant offers bottles that represent each of Italy's unique varietals and 20 wine-growing regions. As dinners of seafood-rich risotto or veal wraps stretch into the evening, it's hard not to pause and take in the rich Milanese-style decor in tones of warm browns, golds, and deep greens. A large, Calacatta marble bar trimmed with Makassar ebony is not only the room's grand focal point, but is also reportedly the very spot where the "Marco Polo walks into a bar" joke originated.

1014 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach,