Grazie Italian Cuisine
 — Miami Beach, fl  305.673.1312
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Founded in 1997, Grazie restaurant has remained one of the area's most acclaimed restaurants by virtue of its incredibly vibrant cuisine and unparalleled service. Located in Miami Beach, Grazie satisfies the international demand for haute Italian cuisine and service that makes it one of the most popular fine dining restaurants in South Flonda.

Grazie is the brainchild of Moshe Petel (Israeli, 41) and Spurgeon Solomon (Honduran, 39), two passionate hospitality professionals with more than twenty years combined experience in the restaurant industry, beginning with close to a decade together at Miami Beach's venerable Osteria del Teatro, where they developed an unbridled passion for Italian cuisine. The fact that such a successful concept comes from three distinctly non-Italian restaurant veterans is just one of the many surprises Grazie has to offer. In 1997, Grazie originally opened as a smaller incarnation in South Florida's Pinecrest suburb with executive chef Felix Pavon (Nicaraguan, 34).

“It's family, it's service, it's location, ” Solomon says. “For that, there's no better place than South Beach. And, we've been very fortunate with Grazie's success”

The 75-seat location offers diners a rare gem — an elegant yet comfortable space that eschews pretense and embraces a dedication to hospitality that turns every diner into a VIP. Fresh-baked varietal bread welcomes every guest as they arrive accompanied by house-made pesto oil and toasted garlic slices. Executive chef Pavone, blends the art of haute cuisine with the simplicity of Italian countryside fare. The location is personally designed as a warm, amber-lit space equal parts upscale restaurant and neighborhood oasis, where no detail has been ignored.

Starty your journey with a Grazie where innovative options abound, including a variety of carpaccios — yellowfin tuna and beef cheek among them ' as well the delectable portobello fontina — grilled portobello served over grilled tomato, topped with melted fontina cheese and dressed with a balsamic vinegar reduction.

Though the menu has its share of winning dishes, Petel and Solomon are quick to point out that close to 80% of their sales come from their nightly specials. Offerings might include Chicken Rolotini (chicken prepared three ways) or Italian style lamb chops prepared with a parmesan crust and Borolo sauce. Accompany your plates with a distinguished wine and your evening is complete.


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