Brickell have themself a new Italian restaurant opening in their neighborhood. Moye Miami will be open next week at 80 SW 8 St Brickell. Moye, a word from Bari dialect that means “The time is now”… a time to enjoy healthy genuine cuisine in a warm, welcoming, friendly atmosphere. Sardinia Enoteca owners Tony Gallo and Pietro Vardeu are the one behind Moye Miami. Moye will serve an authentic Italian food for lunch and dinner. Here is more information about Moye :
According to Miami.com :
“Moyé, a restaurant that will feature wines and food of southern Italy’s Puglia region (the birthplace of oh-so-hot-right-now burrata). Housed in Brickell at 80 SW Eighth St., Moye will boast an open kitchen and will be the first U.S. branch of the restaurant, which already has three locations in Italy.” written by Evan S. Benn.
According to New Times :
“Moye Miami will bring Apulian cuisine to the neighborhood. If you’re wondering what Apulian cuisine is, chances are you’re not the only one. To educate diners on the regional classic Italian fare from Puglia, Pietro and Gallo have developed a menu heavy in olive oil — the ingredient Puglia is most known for — and that take cues from the Moye outposts in Milan and Florence. Besides olive oil, Puglia is also the birthplace of burrata and well known for bright-tasting grape varieties and wines. The first U.S outpost of Moye, which will be open for lunch and dinner, will change its menu seasonally in order to shine a light on locally sourced ingredients. Just like Florence and Milan locations, the Miami restaurant will boast a décor that’s predominantly white, with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out to the always-busy Calle Ocho. At night, mozzarella-shaped lamps will illuminate the space and make you hungry as soon as you walk in — in case the open kitchen doesn’t do it for you.” written by Carla Torres.
According to Eater :
“Menu items include antipasti like ‘Carciofini,’ warm baby artichokes with stracciatella; sandwich options like ‘Panino con polpo,’ octopus, romaine, and fennel; meats, oven cooked dishes, pastas and more. Moye, owned by Tony Gallo and Pietro Vardeu, the team behind Sardinia Enoteca Ristorante, will focus on regional Italian fare, so think fresh mozzarella and breads made in-house and ‘great, simple Italian food’ whipped up in their open kitchen.” written by Ana Heretoiu.
According to EyesonNews :
“‘For the past several summers at Sardinia, we have hosted a regional dinner series – featuring multi-course menus paired with wines that offer diners a taste of our favorite dishes from different parts of Italy. Puglia and Campania have always been the most popular menus,’ offers Gallo. ‘Sardinia’s success has convinced us that Miamians love authentic, rustic Italian and we think the timing is right – and both Brickell and the Design District presented great opportunities.'”
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