Not only does Sardinia offer great Italian food plus a wood burning oven; it has a wide variety of wines! Their wine collection is stored in a temperature controlled cellar so that the wines, especially aged and rare vintages, are well preserved. The quality of their wine is as crucial as the great tasting food. Their objective is simple: to feature Italy and other wine-making regions of the world, with as many diverse styles of wine… [Read More]
If you can’t start your day without a coffee, or cappuccino, or latte then Pinocchio’s is the place to visit. The owner, who came from Tuscany, is extremely friendly and welcoming. You can find extracts from Collodi’s “Pinocchio” (in Italian) written on the cafe walls. So bring the kids and come and enjoy delicious sandwiches, salads, bruschetta, pizzas or other Italian specialties.
This is a very happening, casual chic neighborhood tavern where great food and drink rule. Great Italian dishes ranging from Short Rib Lasagna to Tuna Crudo to Sushi. Good service, but it does get a bit noisy so try to come early to get one of the outside tables. Opens at 6pm. Closed on Mondays. A Pubbelly Boys and Michael Pirolo Eatery.
Toscana Divino features a full-restaurant, presenting both the most contemporary and traditional Tuscan and Italian cuisine. Including the world famous Fiorentina steak. The menu draws its inspiration for classic dishes found throughout Tuscany, and features fresh seasonal ingredients from local markets or directly imported from Italy.
The FLB group relies on the spreading throughout Italy and the world of buffalo mozzarella and its derivatives: buffalo meat, Campania wines, the traditional Neapolitan pizza, and organic farming products. This pizzeria is part of the group’s outreach into America.
A delicious, atmospheric restaurant in downtown Miami.
As you enter the gorgeously appointed home, to the left is a dining room with one long eighteen-seat communal chef’s table, and a sparkling white, wide open kitchen behind it. The rest of the rooms, to the right side of the foyer, are designed to make diner’s feel as though they’re in the home of a good friend.