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Miami Beach, Fl 33139
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“There’s a “real mama Rosinella” in at least one of the kitchens at these “charming” Downtown and South Beach twins, and the “honest,” “delicious” Italian fare including the “best this-crust pizza” tastes like “home cooking;” the “quaint” digs, “gentle” service and...

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Zagat Survey

"These "cozy" eateries Downtown and in South Beach offer "unbelievable rosemary bread," "super spaghetti with clams" and other "reasonably priced" real Roman Italian fare; sure, the English-challenged waiters sometimes "seem lost," but as long as they eventually get...

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A Nostalgic Visit to South Beach

By Daisann McLane - The New York Times "As we walked, I realized that there's something special about a place that you travel to over and over. A familiar rhythm sets in, as you revisit places that you've discovered on previous trips, or walk along a block to find out...

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Roadside Repasts

By Darrell Jones - Where Miami "Lincoln Road has become famous for its international flavor, and has a variety of establishments serving international cuisine that is prepared traditionally or with a twist. "Italy's influence is prominent on Lincoln Road." " Rosinella...

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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 to what...

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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' menus are full of zest, and...

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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 play time kicking a...

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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 you stumbled into a...

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