Pi Pizzeria opens in South Beach

Pi Pizzeria , home of irrationally delicious deep dish and thin cornmeal crust pizza, and prime craft beers now comes to South Beach . With a spacious location conveniently located just steps from the sand, next door to Story and across from Big Pink, Pi is poised to be the next go-to spot in the South of Fifth (“SoFi”) neighborhood. Pi Pizzeria determined to make the tastiest pizzas with the freshest ingredients around, taking care of their awesome team by paying a higher minimum wage, minimizing carbon footprint with sustainable purchases and practices, and giving back to customers. Here is more information about Pi Pizzeria South Beach :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

“Meet Pi Pizzeria, the St. Louis–based maker of deep-dish pies, the likes of which a certain president proclaims as the best he’s had, now open in South Beach. Yep, Obama’s a fan. He’s even invited these guys over to the White House to make a few pies. Of the deep-dish variety. With cornmeal-infused dough that demands the attention of both hands. The inside’s nice—nothing fancy. White brick walls with skateboards on them and a bar with magnet letters that you can rearrange to spell out brilliant epithets on the nature of the world… or vegan cheese. And it’s the kind of place you’ll tumble into for a lunch/post-Friday-night fuel-up that requires generous quantities of carbs. Like The Cubano—with pulled pork, yellow mustard, ham and dill pickles. But start with the fried ravioli and one of the 18 brews on draft. Although the Soul Survivor with chili-infused tequila isn’t a bad way to go.”

 

According to STLMag :

“It’s fair to say that Chris Sommers and Frank Uible brought a collective smile to the city six years ago when they chose to open their flagship Pi Pizzeria on March 14 (3.14…π day). Pi on the Spot (the city’s first food truck) charmed us as well, as did the announcement of The District of Pi, located in Penn Quarter, a few blocks from the White House. And those of us who know Sommers smiled when we heard that Cincinnati (his wife’s hometown) would be the location of the newest Pi (the seventh), but there was a legit LOL the moment we learned that the next Pi would be located in Miami’s South Beach, and be called…wait for it…Pi’ami. So far, so goo… brilliant. The exact location is 124 Collins Avenue—a prestigious, low-numbered address on a high-end street— next door to the 27,000 square foot Story, one of Miami’s newest and busiest nightclubs. A former pizza restaurant occupied the space, said Sommers, so the build-out will be “a lot less than it could have been.””

 

According to Yelp :

“Immediately upon seeing the “Pi Ravs” on the menu, I knew these were a must-order. Pi’s take on the STL specialty, toasted ravioli – these delectable bites really hit the spot. Totally homemade, perfectly fried without being greasy, and served atop a bed of chunky and tangy tomato sauce, these Pi Ravs were like a taste of home. If I closed my eyes, I could’ve sworn I was back in STL. Pi offers quite a selection of carefully curated pizzas, with 2 crust/style options – cornmeal deep dish or thin crust. Now STL natives, don’t get too crazy – Pi is not Imo’s. But their thin crust is pretty spectacular (and I bet if you asked nicely, they’d cut it in squares for you!). We opted for The SoFi – a white pizza with a ricotta cream base, topped with clams, bacon, chili flakes, and parsley. While we were a bit hesitant about our choice, we definitely hit the jackpot with this pizza – the pie was both savory and sweet with every bite, and just overall awesome!” written by Eve C. (Rated 5 Stars).

 

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