In today’s fast-paced world, finding the time to research and discover that perfect place to enjoy all of the wonders of Miami’s eclectic culinary scene can work up quite an appetite. Thankfully the days of stressing over where to go for exquisite outdoor dining are over!
Tonight Miami’s Design District officially welcomes Maitardi to the neighborhood. Billed as a “risto-bar,” Maitardi offers diners an expansive outdoor dining area, adorned with shade from Mother Nature’s massive oak trees and the architectural details of floor to ceiling leaf-mosaic façade, where diners are encouraged to unwind from the tensions of the day and enjoy “a place where time is not of the essence.”
But it’s not just the ambiance that will draw diners in to the pleasures of Maitardi. The perfectly executed entrée items, delivered by some of the most attentive service staff in the industry, have earned this Miami restaurant rave reviews throughout the week of soft opening events.
The uncomplicated menu offers rich, mouthwatering risottos, tapas made with imported cured meats and specialty-imported cheeses, homemade pizzas crisped in the wood-burning brick oven, pastas, sandwiches and desserts.
Located across from the Moore building, the risto-bar, a European concept combining ristorante and bar, provides complimentary Wi-Fi and, an outside bar is planned for late October so customers can work and play off- and online at their leisure.
169 NE 39th Street