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    good pizza near coconut grove?

    So my favorite pizza joint closed, and I'm looking for a new one. Any recs for good pizza near the grove other than casola's?

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    are you talking about the pizza joint on 27th ave and bird?
    But if you only have love for your own race
    Then you only leave space to discriminate
    And to discriminate only generates hate
    And when you hate then you're bound to get irate

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    Quote Originally Posted by alacrity View Post
    are you talking about the pizza joint on 27th ave and bird?
    sadly so, another group has taken their name and passed out flyers, but their pizza is nothing like slice n ice was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yak_angler View Post
    sadly so, another group has taken their name and passed out flyers, but their pizza is nothing like slice n ice was.
    that pizza was good; stopped there hundreds of times, but it was a small operation and it never appeared that it would last long, but it did.

    i live in the area and dont know of many other good places for pizza.
    But if you only have love for your own race
    Then you only leave space to discriminate
    And to discriminate only generates hate
    And when you hate then you're bound to get irate

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    Tried the Brooklyn style place on McFarlane last night. Not so Brooklyn style - crust was really bready, but toppings were good.

    The search continues...

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    I know not close - but Steve's Pizza on 135th and Biscayne is worth the drive IMHO
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    Quote Originally Posted by triplenet View Post
    I know not close - but Steve's Pizza on 135th and Biscayne is worth the drive IMHO
    X2 Pretty Good.

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    Cazola's I haven't been in years but grew up eating Franky's on Bird and 92nd
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    Casola's is an institution. many years ago, they changed thier cheese and it has a lot less sodium. thats great for those who have health issues, but then again, if you had healtyh issues you shouldnt be eating pizza. With that said, i still go there quite often and ask for muy slice well done and add just a bit of salt. It makes a good slice great.

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