Primo Pizza has developed a following since it brought its New York-style pizza to Miami Beach. Its newer location in midtown is an improved version of the Miami Beach shop; it's much more pleasant and comfortable, has indoor and outdoor seating, and sports a couple of flat-screen TVs for sports-watchers. The pizza doesn't come cheap. Slices range from $3 to $4.50, and 18-inch pies range from $17 for pepperoni to $24 for the Mulberry (Italian sausage, pepperoni, meatballs, cheese, and vegetables). But the restaurant is open until midnight on weekends, and it delivers. Primo also serves Primozoli ($9.95) - described as a cross between a calzone and a stromboli - and a handful of salads ($8.95), sandwiches ($9.95), and pasta dinners ($9.95).
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