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Located in Aventura Mall, this super busy restaurant is loud, noisy, and always packed with kids, shoppers, and overspill from next door would-be diners at Cheesecake Factory that don't want to wait two hours for a table. Lucky for them, the Italian fare here is better than mall food should be. Diners can start with a beef or salmon carpaccio ($10.95), then move onto a scallopini dish ($18.95 done one of five different ways). Lasagna done with meat or vegetarian is a favorite, and at $12.95, it won't break the bank, leaving you more money to spend at the mall.
Bruschetta originated as a way of salvaging bread that was going stale. Americans have come to think of this central Italian snack as toast topped with tomato salad, but at its very heart, the stuff is simply grilled or roasted bread rubbed with garlic and sprinkled with extra-virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper. At Trattoria Rosalia (sister to Carpaccio in Bal Harbour and other Italian restaurants around South Florida), slices of the toasted Tuscan bread are capped with chopped ripe tomatoes... More »
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