Just in time for Art Basel, Joey's revamped a forgotten luncheonette via stained cement floors, marble bistro tables and a small garden, then plucked a chef from the Veneto region of Italy to cook up reasonably priced grub like warm octopus and chickpea salad, super-thin pizza with speck, figs & truffle oil, and lamb chops with juniper berry reduction (even though you liked 'em big, and didn't care if it hurt its back).
Joey's Italian Cafe
This Wynwood restaurant is the perfect place to stop for sustenance during an art-fueled day in the neighborhood. The Italian food is really good, like chef-from-Italy good, so prepare to be wowed by large portions of house-made pasta, brick-oven pizza, and grilled meats. The ingredients are simple and the price is right.