Husband and wife restaurateurs Fabio and Maria Trabocchi bring their lauded Michelin-starred restaurant from D.C. to Coral Gables. Known for its power-lunch crowd and big bowls of luscious Italian fare, Fiola churns out the classics in top-notch fashion—think pillowy potato gnocchi swimming in a light heirloom-tomato sauce, wood-fired short Wagyu short rib and a flaky branzino in broth with clams and artichokes. The pasta is fresh, of course, and cooked perfectly al dente, though nothing out of the ordinary. It’s the kind of food you’d expect to find in Italy: straight-forward preparations that feature high-quality ingredients. What Fiola offers that you won’t get in most restaurants abroad is great service. The waitstaff here cares and it shows.