Daniel Ramirez, a Miami native and the chef de cuisine at the pioneering Harry’s Pizzeria, has helped usher in the city’s new wave of Neapolitan pies—pies so good they’d make a nonna cry. With locations in the Design District, Coconut Grove, and downtown Dadeland, these popular pizzerias are colonizing the city. The pies are made with toppings such as braised short rib, slow-roasted pork, and rock shrimp, and devotees include other Miami chefs such as Giorgio Rapicavoli, of Glass & Vine, and a Chopped champion who orders his margherita pizza with extra char.
contrary to popular belief (and what you see on the beach) people in Miami do love their carbs, they eat it with reckless abandon, they just spend more time in the gym is all... If you are gonna blow out on a pizza, Harry's is IMHO the best place right now in Miami to get one. I suggest the rock shrimp and fennel as favourites. Staff is cute and, unusual for Miami, friendly and easygoing.