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Harry’s Pizzeria is James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Schwartz's neighborhood American pizzeria first opened in 2011, a hip, casual joint for people who love pizza, but who also crave and gather around innovative, genuine cooking...
Walk to happy hour with half price artisinal pizza and double craft beers. A must.
Chef Michael Schwartz's neighborhood American pizzeria serving quick-fired pizza, snacks, fresh salads, entrées. Craft beer & wine too. Open late.
Pizza place, great meatballs too. Owned by Michael Schwartz. Named after his son.
“Since 2007, Michael's flagship restaurant has defined Genuine Hospitality, the special experience that results when delicious food and thoughtful service come together, designed by a team who cares about great product and making people happy. Locals and visitors alike embrace and crave this unique approach to dining out -- some may consider Michael's Genuine Food & Drink a second home, a place where they're comfortable, that they want to share with friends. ”
“It’s not in walking distance but it’s got to be mentioned here. The quintessential grunge bar. Do not miss it.”
“A local favorite! This French cafe is incredible and affordable breakfast and lunch options (best sandwiches ever!). They also have the best pastries you'll find anywhere in Miami. Inside and outside seating makes it a great option year round. HINT: They offer weekly, to go, dinner specials that you can take home and eat family style. Not to be missed!”
“Authentic Italian and seafood > Happy hour food, Late - night food , Happy hour drinks Casual, cozy ”
“The Design District gets a fresh slap of inexpensive goodness thanks to Lemoni Cafe and its smoothies, veggie-packed salads, and word-of-mouth-hyped paninis. While you mooch the free Wi-Fi, munch on paninis such as the Lemoni Supremo, with marinated chicken, pesto, Brie, and cherry tomatoes, or the Mediterraneo, with spinach, olives, tomatoes, and chicken melded together with melted feta cheese. Another menu standout is the tiramisu, courtesy of Argentine Eugenia's Italian grandfather's secret recipe.”