Watch the Pizza Masters Premiere and Say 'Bienvenidos a Miami'

Even though summer is almost over, you can still party in the city where the heat is on.  Pizza Masters kicked off Season 2 in sunny Miami, and the heat was immediately on when Fran and Sal tried Thea's Pizzeria's artichoke pizza to see how it compared with their own back in New York. It wasn't all about pie, though — the cousins also searched for the best Cuban sandwich and got refreshed with lychee cocktails after a charity golf game. And, of course, a game wouldn't be complete without a few races around the course in a golf cart.

If you missed their latest trip, don't worry — you can stream the full episode online below. For more of Sal and Fran's adventures, check out  behind-the-scenes photos from Pizza Masters Season 2.

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