Time Out says
Run by chef Klime Kovaceski and his wife Anita, Crust is more than a pizza shop—though you can never go wrong with its signature pie garnished with prosciutto and blue cheese. The casual restaurant, located along the Miami River, also whips up traditional Italian cuisine, such as eggplant parmesan and Tuscan-style grilled tuna. Most dishes are large enough to share, so plan to order a few to enjoy family-style.
668 NW 5th St
|Cross street:||at NW 5 St|
|Opening hours:||Sun–Thu 5–10pm; Fri–Sat 5–11pm|
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Users say (3)
Average User Rating
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From the prompt attention by the hostess, the five star service by the waitress to the amazing appetizers and entrees, the experience was worth twice what we paid.
I can't wait to return!!! Hands down my new favorite Italian venue in Miami. Well done.
This little gem sits in the heart of the Miami river, the atmosphere is a place where you can take a date or a night out with the family. The moment we entered the restaurant we were greeted by the owner Anita as if we were family.
The food was nothing short of spectacular! A restaurant worth visit anytime.
It's rare to find a restaurant in Miami that excels across the board, Crust is a real find, and I found out first hand why it's rated as the number one restaurant in Miami on TripAdvisor. Greeted at the door by the chef's lovely, charming wife, we were seated quickly and the service was exceptional - five star - the menu offers a huge selection from pizza to octopus and didn't disappoint. The chicken parm dinner was enormous - enough to feed a family of four and was amazing. The meatball appetizer is a must, Everything arrived to the table piping, and I mean PIPING hot - the property is adorable, and they offer valet parking for $5.00. It's amazing they can offer such exceptional food, service and ambiance at such an affordable price. I highly recommend this restaurant! I hate saying that it's a mid-range restaurant, because truly the food and service rivals fine dinning.