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1925 Liberty Ave, Miami Beach |305 673 3959 |

Originally from Bergamo, Italy, Sylvano Carrara moved to Miami Beach from New York in 1993. Former owner of the famed Sports Café and Sylvano restaurants on Alton Road and Collins, he recently relocated his Ristorante Italiano and Sports Bar to Liberty Ave in Miami Beach. Keeping the legacy of his well-established name, Sylvano's serves traditional Italian dishes from Breasola, Prosciutto e Melone to Calamari & Zucchini, Carpaccios, Paninis and pastas, risottos and pizzas. The concept also caters to die-hard sports fans with five TV screens strategically placed around the room and tuned to sporting programs, and walls covered with collectable athletes’ photographs. Sylvano can always be found at the restaurant as it could be called his home away from home, with a charming interior, full bar and luscious terrace perfect for Miami’s mild winter. So if you feel like escaping the family drama sometimes inevitable during the holidays or if you want to take the family out to watch a game, Sylvano’s is great option! For more information, please visit




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325 Alcazar Avenue, Coral Gables, tel: 305.446.1600 |

Franco Danovaro, a native of Colombia, has spearheaded landmark destinations since 1984 with a unique take on seafood based on out-of-this-world Peruvian cuisine paired with fresh ingredients, inventive chefs and impeccable service.

It all began in Callao, Peru in 1995 expanding to Miraflores and finally to Coral Gables in 2001! The romantically rustic white linen look takes one back to the roots of bold flavors and fine dining in Latin America. The cebiches (yes with a “b”) bring together the best seafood in town and produce extraordinary Peruvian deliciousness! Additional appetizers, just as delectable, showcase a form of craftsmanship, reminiscent of Peru’s art and poetry: the tuna musciame, the causa rellena con camarones and the parihuelo de mariscos make mouths water while the following courses are known to please the most refined of palettes. Favorites include Francesco’s Lobster, the Riso Nero con Fruti di Mare and the Squid Ink risotto with Shrimp on Aji Amarillo Sauce.

Patrons have ranked Francesco restaurant as the third overall best restaurant in Coral Gables and second best Peruvian in the entire city with a 92% approval rate! For more information visit




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A long time spot, with some new tastes! |

Le Bouchon du Grove – 3430 Main highway, Coconut Grove, tel: 305.448.6060
A local destination for good French food and a good time, Le Bouchon du Grove, at the same location since 1994, is undergoing some subtle updates that will prove to keep Chef Christian Ville’s menu relevant and deliciously true to France’s gout du terroir.
Chef Ville’s resume includes names like Troisgros and Paul Bocuse, “The Chewton Glen” hotel in England, “Les Roches” in France and the very famous “La Mamounia” hotel. With everything made from scratch and no freezer or microwave in Le Bouchon’s kitchen, additional dishes such as the Papillote Marseillaise and the Banon Provencal, showcase Chef Christian’s passion for French country comfort cuisine. With that said, daily specials are always a hit and you will always be able to order Le Bouchon’s famous Chicken Fricasse, Sea bass Provencal and Filet Mignon au Poivre.
Another addition, this time to the team, is Jeanne McCue, Le Bouchon’s newest associate and manager, giving the manly, and soccer-driven ambiance, a nice feminine touch. For an evening of magic, don’t miss Anders Hansen, the up-and-coming illusionist, every Tuesday and Friday evenings. For the complete menu, details or reservations, please visit 



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889 Mc Farlane Rd | Coconut Grove, FL 33133 | 305 448 6060 |

Voted best Taste of the Grove in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, Panorama is perched on the 8th floor of the Sonesta Bayfront Hotel Coconut Grove overlooking the spectacular Biscayne Bay with views and sunsets to die for...!



Ola Restaurant

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1745 James Street, Miami Beach | (305) 695-9125 |

Internationally acclaimed Chef Douglas Rodriguez spices up South Beach with Latin flavors and creative combinations with Spanish and Caribbean cuisines.


Café Pastis

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7301 SW 57th Ave, South Miami | (305) 665-3322 |

Café Pastis is a funky little bistro in the heart of sizzling and hip South Miami covered with Gallic memorabilia and smells of Provence.



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2530 Ponce de Leon, Coral Gables | (305) 443-8388 |

Founded in 1990, Anacapri first opened in Pinecrest as a take out restaurant and market specialized in Italian products.



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2201 Collins Avenue (W Hotel), Miami Beach | (305) 938-3111 |

Nestled in the lobby of the exquisite W South Beach, Solea is a comfortable, yet breathtaking room overlooking the Grove, or outdoor garden, of the hotel and adjacent pool area. The ambiance exudes the joy of summer with plenty of natural light coming through floor-to-ceiling sliding doors and communal dining spaces throughout, keeping its casually chic flair with white clothed tables and dark brown leather directors’ chairs. Executive Chef Marc Vidal combines savory classic Spanish cuisine with artful plates and soulful flavors that honor the vibrancy of his homeland. With his impressive background, accomplishments and reviews, Vidal has established himself as an undeniably talented Chef at Solea serving dishes like the Trio de Gazpachos Andaluces, Judias con Jamon Iberico y Foie Gras, Paella Valencia and the Carrilleras de Ternera! Desserts include a Manchego Cheesecake and the Coconut Panna Cotta served floating in a guava soup.