One of the few restaurants in Miami with an actual view of the water, this pricey pasta joint is ideal for fans of garlic, truffles and homemade pasta that’s a far cry from Ragu. Spaghetti alla carbonara will set you back $27, while risotto with porcini mushrooms is a divine culinary creation with an ungodly price tag of $37. If you really want to splurge, there’s a filet of beef with sautéed foie gras for $55. Service is old school, verging on stuffy, but what you’re paying for here is the view. Considering Miami’s volatile real estate market, it makes sense.
|Venue name:||Il Gabbiano||Contact:|
335 S Biscayne Blvd
|Cross street:||at the Bay|
|Opening hours:||Noon–3pm, 5–11.30pm Mon–Fri; 5–11.30pm Saton-3pm Mon-Fri; 5-11pm Mon-Sat.|
|Price:||Main courses $27–$55|