Ask anyone in Coral Gables for a restaurant recommendation, and chances are Caffe Abbracci will be at the top of the list. Known for its Northern Italian specialties and topnotch service, the Italian eatery is turning 30 this month. How does a restaurant keep its status as one of Miami's best-loved culinary destinations? It treats its staff and all...

A new Italian and New American spot has opened its doors in the neighborhood. The fresh addition to the Little Haiti, called Boia De, is located at 5205 N.E. Second Ave. Boia De serves up a unique and rotating menu list. On the menu, expect to see items like grilled broccolini, bone marrow and baked clams. Here's the link to the business website. B...

Reggio Emilia, named for the northern Italian province famous for its production of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, shares its name with an Italian teaching style gaining steam in early learning classrooms nationwide. KLA schools, a quickly expanding franchise, point to Reggio — for short — as a child-focused alternative to traditional curricula. “Ther...

On Sunday, June 30th, Miami-based wine educator and Wine by the Bay owner, Stefano Campanini received the prestigious, Italian Wine Ambassador pin and certification, at the New York City presentation of the Vinitaly International Academy (VIA) Ambassador Course.  With the support of the ICE – Italian Trade Agency, VIA staged the Italian Wine Ambass...

A conversation with Dale Recinella, Correctional Chaplain on Florida’s Death Row. How does a successful Wall Street lawyer, Notre Dame Law School graduate, and owner of a Miami Bay penthouse, leave everything in order to offer spiritual assistance to people sentenced to death in Florida prisons, the second largest Death Row in the United States, af...

Printmaking and performance art master, meet the Italian-American contemporary artist, Massimo Agostinelli. He tends to focus on photography and printmaking, and one thing's for sure, there's definitely a poetic touch, cue his wordplay to form the basis of his visual poetry. Wordplay and anagrams that spotlight and challenge the masters as well as...

The fast-casual pizza concept opened its first location in Rome in 2003 and now has three units in Italy and two in Chicago, with stores opening soon in New Orleans and Miami. It serves pizza al taglio—priced by weight, extravagantly topped and cut with shears. The crust is focaccia-like, made from a high-moisture dough that’s airy yet chewy. The c...

Suzanne Perrotto is tapping her New York roots to debut a second Pineapple Grove restaurant this July down the street from her 12-year-old eatery, Brulé Bistro. “I realized the changes I could make in the layout would allow me to bring back my parents’ trattoria in a modern, contemporary setting,” she says of Rose’s Daughter, which will occupy the...

If you love good Italian food, you’re probably familiar with Via Emilia 9 on South Beach. Now, the team behind it has a new spot, and they’re serving up food with some kicks. It’s hard not to feel at home at Via Emilia Garden. The new restaurant in Midtown Miami is taking a fresh approach when it comes to Italian food, and we guess you could say it...

Coaching, training, incubation, meetings with companies and potential investors, services that support new entrepreneurs during the developing process of the Made in Italy startups and spin-offs in the USA: This is the goal of the “Venture Bridge Florida” protocol between Miami Scientific Italian Community and Venture Hive, signed today in Miami, d...