An alleyway at night, illuminated with string lighting

The Alley

 

Tucked away in the back of The Betsy, The Alley is a modern trattoria serving Neapolitan-style pizza, homemade pasta, charcuterie, salads, Italian-style cocktails, beer & wine. 

Inspired by timeless Italian techniques, Chef Laurent Tourondel spent over a year perfecting his signature pizza dough, hand-stretched to order by our artisan pizzaiolos, topped with ingredients that would make Nonna proud, then baked to perfection in our earthstone oven. Insider’s Tip: try the whipped ricotta and finish off your meal with a frozen orange gelato.

Retro photos and neon artwork highlight the cozy dining room and open kitchen, while bistro lights illuminate our outdoor tables lining the bustling pathway between Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue.

Hours and Location

Monday-Sunday
11:30 am - 11:00 pm

1433 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
United States

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Meet Laurent Tourondel

From his childhood upbringing on the coast of France to sharpening his knives, and skills, in celebrated kitchens around the world, Laurent Tourondel has forged his own path with signature restaurants in New York, London, Hong Kong, Charlotte, and Sag Harbor.

An Award-Winning Experience

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Just Keeps Getting Better

We’ve been coming to the Betsy for ten years or so and have given it excellent reviews each time. And with its recent expansion - more rooms, a fine library, a real fitness center, a rooftop pool...

- James_Johnson29

The Betsy is South Beach’s top destination!

Best steak in Miami, gorgeous rooms, and the friendliest staff. Beautiful hotel that embraces fine art and classic Miami architecture. Not to mention, Betsy and Katie are the cutest Canine Executive Officers in the golden retriever universe!

- Will D.

An Oasis of Arts

Surrounded by the din of South Beach, the Betsy is an oasis of relaxation, beauty and the arts. The food and drinks are delicious. The live music is always top-notch. The creative architecture is fun to explore. But I love the Betsy because they support arts and culture.

- 614ryane