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Anacapri sits pretty on a Ponce de Leon Boulevard corner in Coral Gables. The restaurant's unfinished beige walls and balconies with draping foliage boast a rustic Italian feel. Inside, lights are dim and table linens are crisp and white. Italian music lingers. Everything screams vintage wine and overpriced dishes. But at Anacapri, fine dining is affordable. Try the pasta e fagioli soup ($6) to start. It's made with cannelloni beans, pastina, roasted garlic, prosciutto, and Parmesan cheese. The warm soup tastes like it was prepared by an affectionate and opinionated Italian grandmother. For an entrée, choose the rigatoni Anacapri ($15), prepared with prosciutto, onions, and the restaurant's signature light-pink sauce. To help foodies with tight wallets, Anacapri offers "stimulus meal packages." Diners can nosh on a salad, entrée, and dessert for a reduced price, ($14.10 lunch, $18.10 dinner). And all wine bottles are half off on Mondays. For dessert, opt for the cannoli ($6). Or score a handful of their delicious chocolate mints for free. They're presented in a ceramic bowl near the door. The atmosphere is lively at Anacapri. The attentive servers are welcoming and never let your glass run empty.
Gustavo Ribero came to Miami from Bolivia when he was 14 years old. That is also the age when he began working in the restaurant industry. When Gustavo reached college age, he headed off with dreams of becoming... a doctor. Then, somehow, he came to his senses and realized that cooking was more fun. Plus he decided it was his calling, so Ribero attended Johnson & Wales University and grabbed a gig at Marriott. He followed that by helping to open Bizcaya at the Ritz-Carlton in Coconut... More »
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