This South of Fifth spot is the first Miami location of Naples’ most famous chain of pizzerias. There’s some outdoor seating, which is a better choice than sitting inside, where there are enough colors to warrant sunglasses and you’ll have to occasionally make eye-contact with way too many photos of the restaurant’s owner. The pizza itself isn’t bad - and there are more things on the menu like eggplant parm and gnocchi - but the food is not quite good enough to make us want to come back to this odd-looking restaurant and spend $20 on a pizza we won’t remember in a week.
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