Marco Betti proudly invites you to taste the simple, flavorful dishes that have made Italian and Tuscan cooking the most appreciated cuisine in the world. After 17 Years (and counting) at Antica Posta in Buckhead, Atlanta, the new sister restaurant Antica Mare Miami brings to the community the same genuine and sincere cuisine of Tuscany. You will enjoy the delicate blend of pastas, risottos, meats, fish, vegetables, spices and condiments that for centuries have pleased the palate of the most demanding Florentines. Here is more information about Antica Mare :
According to Eater :
“Ingredients are imported from Italy and dishes include seafood, meats, and pasta that are made in-house. Start off with Antica Mare’s signature Polpo alla Giglia, which bring you tender slices of grilled octopus drizzled with a light EVOO citrus dressing. Move onto Primi Piatti meals like Taglierini alla Panna Tartufata, a house-made ribbon pasta with velvety truffle sauce, and Gnocchi con Ragù Toscano, in case you want a pasta dish with a bit more meat. Secondi Piatti’s include Salmone alla Livornese, a salmon dish sautéed with cherry tomatoes, olives, and capers, and Manzo alla Griglia con la Salsa Verde, a grilled prime center cut beef filet with parsley-pinenut pesto and sautéed fresh vegetables.” written by Ashley Brozic.
According to Urban Daddy :
“This place is the latest extension of Atlanta’s ever-so-popular Antica Posta, and it’s pretty damn date-friendly. Think white linen tablecloths, floor-to-ceiling windows, a rich walnut bar and an outdoor patio overlooking the water with a trellis of soft lights overhead. Potential key piece of intel: no one’s ever going to find you here. It’s tucked inside of a condo building in a residential neighborhood, which officially qualifies it as “out of the way.” But once you do find it, settle in with a Super Tuscan. Queue up some housemade gnocchi, followed by the oven-roasted Tuscan chicken breast with truffle sauce straight from the owner’s family playbook.”
According to Yelp :
“Great food with a beautiful view. The food here is amazing! I had the risotto and it was cooked perfectly and had the right amount of seafood and it was not fishy. Also tried my friend’s Chilean sea bass which came with grilled veggies & it was SO good! It was a bit crispy on the outside but so buttery on the inside. For dessert we had the tiramisu with mascarpone and it was perfect! Creamy and tasty. Also for starters they give you this really yummy bread & bread sticks and olive oil and it was very good. Will definitely be back, it’s cool that this restaurant is new to the neighborhood” written by Krysthell V. (rated 5 stars).
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