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Posted by Michael on 06/08/2014
Stopped in on a Saturday nite around 7. Lots of people, but did not have to wait more than a minute or so for a table. Good basic Italian food. The sauce is particularly good, a big deal for us Italian folk. Nice pasta. Good seafood. Our daughter loved the Pizza. The garlic rolls were good, but make sure both you and your wife are going to eat them, or else one of you might have to sleep in the garage. Strong! Yum. It was my first visit but it won't be my last. You can't do better for a relaxed, delicious, and inexpensive meal.
Posted by Marlena on 09/21/2013
I just came home from working since 8 AM downtown and I did not realize that I had lost my wallet after stopping at Publix. Vinny from Di Napoli came to my home and hand delivered my wallet and would not even take a thank you from it. I love the food there and will definitely be back soon. I am so thankful!
Posted by Giuseppe Fischio on 06/09/2013
Good traditional southern Italian food in a family-style atmosphere, nothing fancy, but not cheap, about average prices for the area. Take-out service was fast, efficient, and well wrapped, again, not cheap. Employees were okay. Brick-oven pizza, yes, it does leave some burnt spots, but that sort of taste is unmatchable by any other means of cooking. My favorite on the menu is eggplant sandwich, rare to find. Pasta alla nonna Maria was delicious. Seafood menu does not sound inspiring, I would stick to pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and the baked specialties.
Posted by Dorlisa on 09/09/2012
My husband and I have been eating at Di Napoli for years and have introduced it to our friends and family. We love the crispy well done crust of the brick oven pizza. My favorite dishes are the eggplant parm (big, tasty, fresh eggplant), mushroom ravioli (homemade pasta, deeelicious pink sauce) and the grouper special with a lemon sauce (so fresh and bright). The gnocchi marinara is average as are the desserts. The restaurant is family owned and has a modest decor. The service can be great but also sometimes very slow, but if you go with that in mind, you will probably find a dish you love and start to spread the word yourself!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/31/2012
From the time we sat down until the time we left we were being served with excellent service! The pizza was by far the best i've had and the employees were great. I would highly recommend this resturant!
Posted by M. A. on 04/16/2009
Di Napoli has the best Cheese Pizza in Miami. However, the food there is not good! The calamari I ordered was ok, except for the fried eggshells! The spaghetti and meatballs was really bland. The mussels were tough...generally every time I have gone there I have been disappointed by the food. Except for the cheese pizza, which is EXCELLENT
Posted by B-Man on 04/11/2009
I don't think I "get" brick oven pizza. To me it just tastes like it's burned on the bottom. I supposed this pizza is good for people that like that. I'll take pizza made in an oven that doesn't leave burned carbon on the crust. I'll probably never eat at this place again. The staff is constantly talking and/or shouting in Spanish, the food is nothing special and prices are average.