Aug 1, 2017 | Featured, Gastronomy

Por Lucy Scanone

Argentine culture is influenced by icons such as Evita Perón, Che Guevara, Tango, soccer, fine wines, and good food. That’s the game at this place in Little Haiti in Miami, a “Goal” for dinners.

Fiorito is a restaurant, founded by the Alvarez brothers, Maximiliano and Cristian. They are from Cordoba, Argentina. Their place took its name Villa Fiorito in tribute to a poor neighborhood in Southern Buenos Aires, near their childhood home and birthplace of the great soccer player Diego Armando Maradona.

The service makes you feel at home. There, you can enjoy delicious dishes like the pumpkin soup, crispy sweetbreads, grilled blood sausages and chorizo, and others. As the main course, the best options are grilled or roasted steaks as served in the South. Baby beef, grilled guts, veal parmesan, mix sauce cannelloni, candied pork, and grilled octopus are the players on this court.

The wynwood Times Fiorito
The wynwood Times Fiorito
The wynwood Times Fiorito
The wynwood Times Fiorito

Don’t miss the one-of-a-kind grilled vegetables, an exquisite option for those who prefer not to eat meat.

The restaurant has a good and wide selection of wines to complement your meal. The recommendation is the Malbec of the house. Of course, the game is not over until you taste their exquisite espresso and the Dulce de Leche pudding.

5555 NE 2nd Avenue | Miami, FL 33137 USA
Tel: (305) 754-2899 |

Sub – Thu 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Fri – Sat 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm