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Andiamo Brick Oven Pizza Miami – Best Pizza

Andiamo! Brick Oven Pizza is part of the very pedestrian friendly 55th Street Station on Biscayne Blvd in Miami.  It is a very trendy looking Car Wash themed outdoor restaurant with a big patio and some indoor seating as well. Located on 5600 Biscayne Blvd 305.762.5751. I often pass by when driving to or from […]

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Andiamo Brick Oven Pizza Miami – Best Pizza

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amdiamopizza.jpgAndiamo! Brick Oven Pizza is part of the very pedestrian friendly 55th Street Station on Biscayne Blvd in Miami.  It is a very trendy looking Car Wash themed outdoor restaurant with a big patio and some indoor seating as well. Located on 5600 Biscayne Blvd 305.762.5751.

I often pass by when driving to or from Miami, and recently had the opportunity to check this place out after a recent Miami Herald “Tweetup.”  There is plenty of free parking available which is very nice to know.

Our group chatted with the owner for a while and could tell he was passionate about his pies, which we could see were cooking in a flaming open oven. We ordered a large New Yorker pizza (with no basil), and also wanted to try the 4 cheese and the Prosciutto w/ Arugula.  Let’s start with the regular.  It was delicious.  The crust was nicely charred and cooked through (a good thing).  The sauce was nice, and the perfect amount was used.  The cheese was nice, tasty and chewy.  Better than most pizza you can get in South Florida, I was a very happy boy.  I liked the other pizzas as well.  The 4-cheese was delicious, but the slice was heavy and it was hard for the dough to hold up such a heavy slice.  But if you like this style of pizza, you should dig in.  The prosiuctto was good as well, but there was too much Arugula for my taste, and this particular style of pizza I once sampled in Naples and it is hard to compete with that kind of memory.

Andiamo is a great Miami see and be seen kind of place in a really cool spot.  Dinner was with a fantastic bunch of people whom I didn’t know very well, but I am very much looking forward to seeing them all again and when I do I hope we can come back to Andiamo (I hear the cheesesteaks are good).  Andiamo gets 6 out of 8 slices (which on my scale equals a Very Good).

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11 Responses to “Andiamo Brick Oven Pizza Miami – Best Pizza”

  • Jim wrote:
    07 Jul 2009 at 5:10 pm

    We ordered a large new yorker with no basil and found it to be average at best. The crust was severely lacking in taste and texture. It could be likened to crisp cardboard, IMO. The chunky sauce didn't do it for me either. Overall, I have had much better. 4/8.

  • Craig (lapp) wrote:
    07 Jul 2009 at 5:16 pm

    I kind of agree with you, I personally did not think this was the best in Miami like many have said. It was definitely above par, and a 4 might be a little rough. The other people who ate here with me this night thought it was the best.

  • chowhound wrote:
    11 Jul 2009 at 4:19 am

    You couldn't force feed that crap to me.

  • Pizza Lover wrote:
    13 Jul 2009 at 12:46 pm

    I LOVE pizza but i cannot stand Adiamo. Let's not go to Andiamo as the service is rude, the pizza is average at best, the wait is typically forever and OH did I say I have never been waiting on be ruder people not once, not twice, everytime i've been so this gringo does not go near andiamo anymore. I'd rather eat Domino than give my business to Andiamo for rotten pizza and worse service, EVERYTIME!

  • Jim wrote:
    13 Jul 2009 at 2:11 pm

    If I factored in the service my review would have been in the negatives. I will personally never go back.

  • gcbron wrote:
    29 Jul 2009 at 7:03 am

    The service is terrible. The staff gives you attitude.

    However, the pizza was excellent. Our group had four different pizzas and they were all excellent. We did however decide to get take-out since the vibe from the staff was extremely negative.

  • Name wrote:
    02 Sep 2009 at 5:28 pm

    All these review are spot on. Service is terrible. Remember this is a Mark Soyka place where the location is great but the food is sub par. I don't even think this guy or his partners have a clue as to any culinary experience. Give any dope some money and he can open a restaurant (s). As for the comment about 'plenty of free parking'. There is NO free parking and Mark Soyka has now starting to charge to park in his lot! What! My advise go to Sushi Siam and park on the street.

  • Upper East Side wrote:
    02 Sep 2009 at 5:30 pm

    BTW Obviously it is someone affiliated with Soyka that keeps flagging people's comments. Perhaps they can use social media as tool and learn how to respond.

  • Name wrote:
    03 Sep 2009 at 12:28 am

    All these review are spot on. Service is terrible. Remember this is a Mark Soyka place where the location is great but the food is sub par. I don't even think this guy or his partners have a clue as to any culinary experience. Give any dope some money and he can open a restaurant (s). As for the comment about 'plenty of free parking'. There is NO free parking and Mark Soyka has now starting to charge to park in his lot! What! My advise go to Sushi Siam and park on the street.

  • Upper East Side wrote:
    03 Sep 2009 at 12:30 am

    BTW Obviously it is someone affiliated with Soyka that keeps flagging people's comments. Perhaps they can use social media as tool and learn how to respond.

  • Alan wrote:
    28 Oct 2012 at 1:42 pm

    Love this place. Pizza is made to order and comes out burning hot every time. Weather should be nice since it is for the most part an outdoor spot. I never found the service to be rude. They just bring the food but there is not over friendly chit chat or stupid introductions. (“hello, my name is Steve, I will be your server. Hello, my name is Alan, i will be your customer”).

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