Miami Restaurants and Dining
Miami Pizza Restaurants
Miami's Best Pizza, located in South Miami, has been serving locals since 1970. This Miami pizza restaurant is close to the University Miami and is a favorite among college students. Miami's Best Pizza continues to wow their customers with their high spinning pizza tossing skills.
Miami's Best Pizza Menu: We recommend the BBQ Chicken Pizza with their tangy special sauce and the Moroccan Pizza topped with prosciutto, hearts of palm, capers, and a pesto crust.
Archie's Pizza, located in Coral Gables, is surely making a statement. With an emphasis on using fresh ingredients and cheeses, it's no surprise that patrons are making this Miami pizza restaurant a success. Archie's Pizza is always packed with the work crowd for lunch and happy hour. Archie's Pizza is a must try pizza restaurant because it uses the best ingredients and is moderately priced.
Archie's Pizza Menu: The Spaghetti Scoglio filled with sautéed shrimp, calamari, mussels and clams and the Brie and Prosciutto pizza are two splendid items that you must try.
Pizza Rustica, located in South Beach, has been serving loyal customers for nine years. Winning countless consumer awards, Pizza Rustica is known for using fresh ingredients and imported Italian pepperoni. All pizzas are prepared by hand in an open kitchen. Pizza Rustica has three Miami restaurant locations in South Beach to cater to their hungry patrons.
Pizza Rustica's Menu: We suggest trying the Pizza Campagnola ($9-$15.50), which is topped with beef Italian sausage, red peppers, red onions, tomato sauce, and fresh mozzarella; the Pizza con Spinaci ($9 - $15.50), which is topped with spinach, tomatoes, and extra virgin olive oil; and the Pizza Caprese with slices of mozzarella, olives, tomatoes, and basil.
The Big Tomato, located in Pinecrest, is known for its special sauces and delicious crusts. At the Big Tomato, you can only buy individual slices, but this shouldn't matter because you will want the whole pie.
The Big Tomato's Menu: We recommend the Baja Barbeque Pizza because of its unique, smoky BBQ sauce. If you are in the mood for something tangy, try the Jamaican Jerk Pizza, which has a sweet jerk sauce.
To get more information on Miami Pizza Restaurants or to view Miami Restaurant Menus, visit http://www.restaurantplace.com.
About the Author
by Samantha Ferguson
Samantha Ferguson is the co-founder of http://www.restaurantplace.com, which is a free restaurant guide featuring restaurant menus for consumers to view when making dining decisions.