Miami's Ten Best Pizzas
4. Frankie's Pizza
Facebook/Frankie's Pizza I think it needs more meat.
There's no ritzy atmosphere at this takeaway joint on Bird Road. But there certainly is longevity. Frankie's has been selling delivery and take-out pizza for nearly 55 years. Their success can be attributed to their chewy, bread-like rectangular slices, which boast a ton of cheese and a bit of crunch. It's kind of like Rome's pizza al taglio, except things are slightly more straightforward here. Order the tomato and cheese for just $1.40. Add-on five toppings (like jalapeños!) and it'll pump up the price to only $2.10.
3. Kings County Pizza
Lee Klein Hopefully, this slice is big enough for you.
This shop proffers the best affordable NY-style pizzas in town. (The garlic knots are ridiculously good, too.) You can try the Sicilian, a square pie with mozzarella and tomato sauce on a doughy crust, or the Grandma, a square pie on a thin crust. When you go to Kings though, you really should get a taste of Brooklyn's finest. The Neapolitan ($9.95 medium) is the real deal: melted mozzarella, delectable sauce, and a crisp crust with little charred bubbles of goodness.