Customers can expect a selection of the brand’s signature pies, such as the Sicilian pizza, a twice-baked pie topped with olive oil, plum tomatoes, and fresh basil; and the classic Artichoke slice, with artichoke hearts, spinach, cream sauce, mozzarella, and Pecorino-Romano cheese.

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Monika Dhankani 19/03/2018
Best Artichoke pizza ever. Loved the place and staff. Beautiful ambience. Highly recommended for pizza lovers...
Ananya Gupta 14/01/2018
If you want to have a great time to hang out listen to some good music play some video games and get some average Pizza on the side than this is a fantastic spot. You will have a lot of fun. if I were to talk about the pizza, the grandma slice is too thick too hard to chew and almost felt burnt to a rock while the regular slices have an uneven spread of the sauce and the cheese making certain areas of the Margarita Pizza just cheese While others just sauce. Their pizzas make better experiences if you eat them on site versus taking them away in which case the dough will become the over bearing flavor.
Samah Dabaa 16/12/2017
We had pizza Friday night and the pizza sauce was so bad and test weird I get sick and almost die, I think you need to have quality in your food. Very bad experience never eat there any more.
Steven Abramson 10/12/2017
The artichoke pizza was probably one of the worst pizzas I’ve ever had. I ordered 2 whole pies, one artichoke pizza and the other meatball pizza. The meatball pizza was delicious (hence the reason for 2 stars and not one). The filling of the artichoke pizza (correct not calling it a sauce) was halfway in the box and not on the pizza itself, mind you the pies were held flat the entire time home. Also it was almost like someone put a few pieces of spinach and overloaded Alfredo sauce on burnt bread and you may be lucky to find an artichoke heart. Overpriced is an understatement, extremely disappointed, I may go back to Ricky’s as it was a nice atmosphere but $70 for 2 whole pies of which the artichoke pizza we had to throw away it was so bad. Not even close to NY pizza and shouldn’t even put that label on it. I’m from the northeast, all I can say is maybe it was whatever pizza chef who made our pies messed up, however if that is an artichoke pizza I will never order one again. I’d ask for a refund it was that bad.
OyOy Antoine 25/11/2017
We were at Ricky's in the back. We ordered a couple slices of pizza. One was pepperoni and the other hamburger. One slice was great -the pepperoni - and the other was really greasy. In fairness we went to Ricky's and only ordered the pizza just because it was near by. I would not make a trip here just for the pizza but the staff was friendly and it was next to the bar. The bartender at Ricky's told us that Artichoke Pizza stays open until closing, so it is a place to get pizza until 5 in the morning on the west side of South Beach.
Monday

5pm- 4am

Tuesday

5pm- 4am

Wednesday

5pm- 4am

Thursday

5pm- 4am

Friday

5pm- 4am

Saturday

5pm- 4am

Sunday

5pm- 4am