Time Out says
Locally sourced ingredients find their way into artfully presented, whimsical dishes at this low-key gem at the edge of Coral Gables
When we think of chef Giorgio Rapicavoli’s food, one word instantly comes to mind: craveable. Naturally, we invited him to hold court at Time Out Market Miami. Learn how our market curation works here, but basically we tasted his food, reviewed his restaurants Eating House and Glass & Vine and ultimately, recommended him for a coveted spot. Here’s why:
Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli puts a fun twist on upscale dining at Eating House, a rustic eatery at the edge of ritzy Coral Gables. Dishes veer from the ordinary, like the meaty cauliflower steak or seemingly straightforward mushrooms, which give forth an explosion of earthy flavors. At brunch, Rapicavoli’s take on eggs Benedict skews swanky thanks to a black truffle topping while the French toast speaks to the city’s Latin influences, subbing in Cuban bread for brioche and guava and Iron Beer for maple syrup.
Time Out tip: Dining with small children? Take your brood to brunch for Eating House’s signature Cap'n Crunch pancakes, dirt cups and Tang—which grownups can order to flavor their mimosa. Heads-up: Once a year, Eating House features a special, eight-course 4/20 menu for just $42.
804 Ponce de Leon Blvd
|Opening hours:||Mon 11:30am–3pm; Tue-Thu 11:30am–3pm, 6-10:30pm; Fri 11:30am–3pm, 6–11:30pm; Sat 6-11:30pm; Sun 11am–4pm|
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