8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

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  • 8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    Miami's Best Pizza always has to keep up with the demand for their unique topping filled pizzas. Some days the shop can make up to five batches of dough a day. Photo: Justin Namon 

  • 8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    One of they key ingredients to their pizza sauce is a secret blend of herbs and spices which only two employees know. Photo: Justin Namon 

  • 8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    The dough is weighed out into four different sizes, each to fill any appetite. Photo: Justin Namon 

  • 8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    All pizzas are handmade and tossed as ordered and loaded with toppings. Photo: Justin Namon 

  • 8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    They Deliver! Photo: Justin Namon 

  • 8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    Famously known for their thin pepperoni slices that curl up as the pizza gets baked. Some customers specifically request orders of these cooked pepperonis alone. Photo: Justin Namon 

  • 8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    The restaurant keeps it classy with the light fixtures from when it opened in Coral Gables in 1970, originally as a Little Ceasar's. It went independent in 1990 when the franchise agreement was up. Photo: Justin Namon  

  • 8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    8 Items or Less: Miami's Best Pizza

    The dinning room is decorated with (mostly) original posters that once hung on the walls inside the kitchen since opening. Photo: Justin Namon 

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A look inside Miami's Best Pizza, which opened it's doors in 1970 in Coral Gables originally as one of the first Little Ceasar's. It went independent in 1990 when the franchise agreement was up but has maintained its secret herb and spice mix to the pizza sauce and the traditional style of tossing the pizza for customers to see.

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