From Rags to Ragus

By Lee Klein – The New Times “The downtown Rosinella is busiest at lunchtime, packed with lucky business people who are able to get tables. Seems lately that nighttime seating is getting harder to come by as well, and with good reason: The fare is similar...

The Non-Chain

Miami Business Rosinella is much more than just a little old Italian lady. It’s also a restaurant – make that two restaurants – that bear the name of the woman whose family owns and runs the establishments. Like the woman, the restaurants’...

Success from memories of Mama’s food

By Morgan Winsor – The Miami Herald “As far back as he can recall, food has always played an important role in South Beach restaurant owner Tonino Doino’s life. His first food memory goes back to his childhood, in Rome. At age 5 he would spend his...

Economical Rosinella’s graces downtown Miami

The Miami Herald – By Kendall Hammersly “Crusty bread is being dipped into olive oil spiked with crushed red pepper. Homemade noodles are being boiled. Plum tomatoes are being chipped and seasoned with basil and balsamic vinegar. Red wine is being poured,...

Quees of the Night Mailbag

By Tara Solomon – The Miami Herald “Dear Antonio” To keep your love fire burning, take Mr. Right to our new favorite casual restaurant, Rosinella. Discreetly situated at 525 Lincoln Road., this clandestine Italian restaurant will make you feel like...