Italian food is our favorite cuisine. We just love the warm, fuzzy feeling you get after enjoying a heaping bowl of pasta or a delectable pizza. At Prezzo in Boca, that feeling was everywhere.
When we think of Argentine cuisine, the first thing that comes to mind is amazing meat. And that’s the first thing that should come to mind at Delano South Beach’s latest restaurant, Leynia. The Argentinean grill serves up an incredible array of carnes that you’ll be thinking about long after you take your last bite.
But this isn’t your traditional Argentine fare: The restaurant also infuses Asian influences throughout the menu. The result? One of our favorite meals of 2017.
Last week, we got a lesson in making one of our favorite pasta sauces: the almighty pesto. Thanks to Riviera Focacceria Italiana in Midtown, we now know what it takes to create this delicious basil-y goodness. It took us a lot of trial and error (emphasis on error), though.
While it may seem simple — just mix basil, pine nuts, olive oil and cheese with a mortar and pestle — there’s a little more to do it than that. Here’s what we learned.
Midtown Miami is now home to a new Italian eatery: Latteria Italiana. The place, which opened last month amid the hustle and bustle of Art Wynwood, serves up a range of tasty Italian treats including gelato, flatbreads and cheeses. Antonio Carrozza, one of the masterminds behind Latteria Italiana, took some time to sit down with us and talk about the new concept and his vision.