“ Made in Italy Gourmet“, a new gastronomic concept will open its doors in Miami’s trendy Wynwood neighborhood. “Made in Italy Gourmet” marketplace is located at 10 NE 27th Street and is open for lunch and dinner as well as the gourmet store, Monday to Saturday from 10 to 8 pm. Made in Italy Gourmet is poised to be city’s ultimate destination for food lovers to shop, taste and savor the best of what Italy has to offer in Miami. Spanning more than 3,500 square feet, Made in Italy Gourmet has a guest capacity of about 150 people. The new concept will include a premier retail center for Italian delicacies and wine, a culinary educational center, a wine bar, chef’s table and more to come. This gourmand’s delight will feature Italian wines, cured meats and cheeses, fruits and vegetables, handmade pasta, wine and coffee. Here is more information about Made in Italy Gourmet :
According to Eater :
“The 3,500-square-foot converted warehouse space is the brainchild of co-owners and native Italians Pietro Morelli and Francesco Belcaro, who tell Eater they’ve had the idea for this concept for more than seven years but never found the right spot until now. The space is decked out with custom furniture and seating, indoor plants and Italian decor. Along with plenty of Italian beverages, Made In Italy features a full menu of classic Italian dishes like sandwiches, salads, and charcuterie plates which can be eaten in the restaurant or taken to-go. The market portion sells Italian staples like fresh fruit, homemade pastas, olive oils, wines, jams and even buckets of Nutella.” written by Olee Fowler.
According to New Times :
” Made in Italy carries 18 types of cured meats that can be sliced to order. There are also 22 cheeses, along with homemade artisanal breads and antipasti. Sommelier Sergio Russo plans to hosts a free winetasting daily at 1 p.m. He will also offer samples of a variety of meats, cheeses, and olive oils. What the owners call an “Italian wine library” will house up to 2,000 bottles (with prices ranging from $14 to $700) and two enomatic machines, one for white and one for red. Decor showpieces include a grand, 40-foot tamarind-wood table and three stunning Murano glass chandeliers. Wines are served in either Riedel, Stolzle, or Ivv glassware. ” written by Holly Wachowicz.
According to Press Release :
“Made in Italy Gourmet – at its essence – embodies the philosophy and commitment of artisanal products that represent the finest Italian quality. “We wanted to create a trademark gastronomic experience that aligns with the way we were raised to appreciate food and wine in Italy, place where Italian community can feel at home and newcomers can get a taste of Italy from the finest products not found in any other store.” said Pietro Morelli, owner/partner. Entering the space will feel as if you stepped into a Tuscan kitchen to have dinner with newfound friends, where the only common language is food and a carefully selected bottle of wine. The energetic bar creates a buzz throughout the restaurant and sets the stage for an exciting dining experience. Morelli and his partner, Francesco Belcaro, have long dreamed of creating their own interpretation of those experiences and are thrilled to execute a rustic, approachable model for lunch, happy hour and dinner here in Miami.”
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