Emily Codik


Romans are masters at creating a style of light, crisp crust topped with gourmet edibles that puts most American versions to shame. Luckily for Miamians, the Roman tradition has been brought to downtown in the form of Pizzarium, an East Flagler Street beacon for hungry cube-dwellers. Organic ingredients, a light and fluffy crust, and utterly unique flavor combinations are the benchmarks of this modern, spacious eatery. Pizza varieties include appealingly unique fusions such as the earthy funghetto — a blend of mozzarella, porcini mushrooms, oregano, garlic, and extra-virgin olive oil infused with truffle oil. Or the sweet and savory zucca gialla — a mix of pumpkin cream, round pancetta, smoked scamorza cheese, and parsley.Read our full review.