800 Degrees Pizza, the Los Angeles-based Chipotle of pizza (a la Blaze) is launching across SoFla, starting with a location at Central Fare, the 50,000-square-foot marketplace anchored by signature restaurant Monger by the Voltaggio Brothers, and featuring the new Brightline express train connecting Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando. The whole thing is scheduled to open spring 2017, but you know what that means.
800 Degrees Pizza was created by Chef Anthony Carron, formerly of the Michael Mina Group and features design-your-own-pizzas and specialty pizzas $9 for a 12” pizza with additional toppings added for $1 each. The selling point is that you will have yours within 90 seconds, which is good if you’re trying to catch a train.
“Commitment to quality is the brand hallmark, from the culinary offerings to the impeccable interior design and a friendly, efficient staff,” says Carron. “Since its debut in Los Angeles in 2012, 800 Degrees has set new standards for elevated casual dining, serving handcrafted pizzas fast without compromising flavor, quality or integrity.”