Where to Eat in Miami Right Now
The gist: A celebrated Argentine chef opens an oasis of homey, South American specialties inside a spartan office park, positioning itself as fall’s most unexpected treat.
The food: Chef Mariano Araya has struck the perfect balance between the adventurous and the familiar with his menu of Mediterranean-inspired Argentine offerings. The Short Rib Empanadas and Morcilla Spring Rolls bring the savory, meaty goodness one looks for in this style of South American food. But he gets creative with the Pan-formed Black Lentil and Red Quinoa Salad, giving your gullet a break from the grease. Finish off with the house-made Bucatini Bolognese and the stacked Tenderloin Milanese, and you’ll leave quite satisfied.
Cost: Starters $10 - $15, mains $18 - $28