When you eat out, the food is only half of the experience. You can get pizza anywhere, but for a great experience, on top of delicious pizza, Andiamo is the place to be.
Andiamo is located in the 55th Street Station in Miami’s MiMo district. It is a unique building that used to be home to The General Tire of Miami and looks like it could have also been a drive-in diner in the 1950s.
Most of the seating is outdoors where candles light each table, along with city lights and it is always cool despite warm South Florida nights. There are misting fans that help beat the heat and projection screens, which allow you to catch the big events of the evening.
The pizza is delicious. It is brick-oven style New York pizza with dough baked everyday and the freshest ingredients. Some of the choices include, the New Yorker (tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, parmesan, extra virgin olive oil and basil), the Soprano (Italian sausage, broccoli rabe, red pepper flakes, tomato sauce, parmesan and mozzarella) and the Vesuvio (salami, olives, hot cherry peppers, tomato sauce and mozzarella). You can also choose your size: 10,” 12” or 16.” You also have the choice of creating your own pizza. Prices range from $8.75-$17.50.
Even if you’re not in the mood for pizza, there are plenty of salads, appetizers and Panini’s to keep you satisfied. There are drinks to quench your thirst, from beer and wine to tea, old- fashioned cane soda from New York City, Orangina. coffee, lattes and cappuccinos.
With delicious food and an inviting atmosphere to go with it, you do not want to miss out on Andiamo the next time you’re in the area.