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Toscana Divino unites all things Tuscan -- food, wine, fashion, art -- inside a 150-seat Brickell eatery. Start off with a selection of the tagliere, a wooden cutting board adorned with individual, three ($21), or five ($35) Italian cheeses and salumi, or with antipasti, such as the traditional pappa al pomodoro ($11), a hearty, rich Tuscan bread and puréed tomato soup. Primi and secondi are listed instead under the categories tradizioni and moderna, with pappardelle alla finocchiona (tapas portion $12, full portion $18) and more modern homemade pastas such as pici senesi (tapas $13, full $24) -- thick, hand-rolled noodles enriched with a full-bodied ragù of braised duck and tomato. Grilled pesce spada ($24), atop a chimichurri of kale and peperoncini, will delight diners craving a lighter option. Desserts include semifreddo alle mandorle ($8), an ivory cylinder of house-churned honey-almond ice cream with a sauce of salted caramel and Greek yogurt.
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In an effort to marry food and fashion, Toscana Divino (900 S. Miami Ave., Miami) will fly in sommeliers and designers and then pair them with chef Marco Stabile for Wine & Fashion Florence Week this Thursday and Friday. Stabile and fellow chef... More »
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I had diner with my friend and his mother last night and we had such a great time. We sat outside where temperature was perfect yesterday.The quality of the products is amazingly good. The service was impecable with no down time when dishes were served. I had the duck ragu pasta and my friends had the clams pasta accompanied with the wine selection of the week a Nebbiolo. As for dessert we shared a tiramisu (not the classic one however worth to try). We will come back soon!
I visited this restaurant different times with my wife.
My wife is italian and she always says that it cannot get better than this.
The quality of the food is outstanding. They buy many locally organic grown products.
I highly recommend the tasting menu . It's a great deal 4 course dinner. We had it at my wife birthday.
Some of my favorite dishes are:
Braised octopus with puttanesca sauce.
Branzino carpaccio with endives and toasted pine nuts
Pici senesi wich is fresh pasta with duck ragu
Cod with chick peas puree
and of course their famous " Bistecca alla Fiorentina" 42 oz porterhouse served with smoked mashed potatoes, sautee kale and fagioli all' uccelletto.
I'm always looking forward to spend a night there.
I have always had great experience and I like how passionate they are about food. It's so rare nowadays.
Congratulation guys and keep up the good work !
We had our Iphone stolen from our table while we were having dinner by one of our waiters. We complaint to the restaurant and the manager called us and apologized but did not do anything about it. They do not have cameras on the outside tables. Food not worth the terrible experience!
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