Inspired by the original London location—which was founded in 1978 and modeled after the first Cipriani in Venice, Italy—Cecconi’s Miami is located on the ground floor of Soho Beach House, the recently renovated Art Deco Sovereign Hotel. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner daily, with brunch on the weekends, Cecconi’s offers superior service and is sure to entice the discerning tastes of locals and savvy visitors alike. The restaurant exudes the perfect blend of traditional Italian cuisine and a relaxed atmosphere.
Sigala brings to Cecconi’s Miami a pedigree earned in some of the most esteemed kitchens in the world including Michelin-starred restaurants Al Bersagliere in Goito, Italy, and Ristorante Villa Fiordaliso in Lake Garda, Italy. He is also an expert of the local dining scene, serving as Executive Chef at Miami’s celebrated eatery, Casa Tua, for the past 10 years. Sigala adds his own unique vision to the Cecconi’s Miami menu, while also offering all of the same beloved dishes from the restaurant’s sister locations worldwide, coupled with a robust steak and seafood program.
Whether in the main dining room or at the restaurant’s bar, Cecconi’s guests can enjoy a diverse beverage program which features a 230-bottle wine list with a bevy of Italian, Spanish and South American selections; a choice variety of international and domestic beers; and handcrafted cocktails that consist of traditional Italian favorites alongside caipirinhas, mojitos and other libations which pay homage to Miami’s mix of Caribbean and Latin influences.
Cecconi’s Miami features outdoor garden-like seating that is sheltered by a retractable awning, allowing guests to enjoy their meal enveloped in the pleasure of Miami’s inviting weather. Additionally, the restaurant design includes antique Nile green stripped tile floors, allusive of the incredible hue of the nearby sea, and a garden of Silver Buttonwood trees.
Source: Digest Miami