Miami Beach's Forte dei Marmi adds raw bar

Dec 07, 2017 306

BY: Rod Stafford Hagwood

This time of year, chef Antonio Mellino closes his famous Amalfi Coast restaurant Quattro Passi for the season and comes to Miami Beach to put his two Michelin star touch on his eatery Forte dei Marmi. He leaves one sun-drenched seaside resort town for another, aided there by his son Fabrizio and here by his other son, Raffaele.

Named after the Tuscan town, Forte dei Marmi, which translates from Italian to “fortress of marble,” is a perfect description for the clean-lined, pale restaurant housed in an arched building that dates back to 1938 and sits on the quieter end of Ocean Drive near the southern tip of South Beach.

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