Farinelli 1937

07/10/2017

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In the bucolic neighborhood of Coconut Grove we come across this Italian pizza shop dedicated to extolling the virtues of the traditional and regional wood-fired pizza flavors. Its fare also includes specialties of the Italian cuisine, and for those who love going out to have some tapas, this food venue offers small-sized original snack dishes to share.

 

The culinary creations of Farinelli 1937 are indeed presented with great care, but one other thing that makes this place so special is the fact that they have preserved the original family recipes over eight decades. Furthermore, it boasts a wide-ranging choice of alcoholic drinks in which wines and beers are in the spotlight.

 

This restaurant’s low-key décor is refreshing and luminous and features a pleasant terrace; its staff goes to great lengths to attend to diners.

 

Farinelli 1937 is the hallmark of a family establishment that has devoted itself to upholding the traditions of Italian cooking by conforming to the new realities of the culinary marketplace, its presence in Miami to continue furthering the legacy proves it.

 

What we ordered: 

1 Polenta E Fonduta
1 Rib-Eye Steak
1 BTL Borgogno Freisa
1 Cipoline onions
1 Mediterranea salad

What we liked the most: 

Rib-Eye Steak
Note: The selection of items are shown in the original language in which it appears on the menu.

Cuisine Type: 

Italian

Bar: 

Full Bar

Cost (18% gratuity): 

$146.16 ($48.72 per person)

Number of Diners: 

3

We had: 

Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Parking: 

Parking meter
Self Parking
Valet parking
On street free

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Neighborhood: 

Coconut Grove

Hours: 

Monday to Thursday - 12:00pm to 10:30pm
Friday and Saturday - 12:00pm to 11:30pm
Sunday - 12:00pm to 10:30pm

Ranking

Food: 
4
Service: 
4
Atmosphere: 
4
Decor: 
4

Purpose: 

Happy Hour
Family
Group
Romantic

Areas of Zone 3

Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Cutler Bay, Kendall, Palmetto Bay, Perrine, Pinecrest, South Miami, West Miami.