NYC’s Tutto Il Giorno to open in Biscayne Beach

Miami /
Jun.June 05, 2014 03:00 PM

Famed Hamptons eatery Tutto Il Giorno is set to launch its first location outside of New York at the Biscayne Beach condominium. The new restaurant will open in the 51-story luxury residential tower, which broke ground yesterday at 711 NE 29th Street in East Edgewater. Executive chef and managing partner, Maurizio Marfoglia, of Manhattan’s renowned Coco Pazzo, will adapt the Tutto menu to Miami.

“Tutto is known for creating an upscale yet relaxing setting with signature lounge and banquets areas, as well as intimate rooms for private dining,” Tutto Il Giorno partner Larry Baum, said. “The overall design palate of our South Florida location will have similar elements to our New York restaurants, but with its own Miami flair. The same goes for our menu selections, which will include dishes from the sea and the Caribbean.”

The restaurant’s other locations include Sag Harbor, Southampton and Tribeca. – Christopher Cameron


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