Angelo Elia of Casa D’Angelo restaurants in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and the Atlantis Hotel in Paradise Island has opened 120-seat D’Angelo Trattoria in a historic 1920’s cottage in Delray Beach with a front porch and a back terrace, cozily redone with rustic and modern touches, including a display of wines in a glass-paneled temperature-controlled room.

Italian-born executive chef Rickie Piper, who has worked under Elia for over a decade, running his kitchens at the various D’Angelo outposts, offers an array of appetizers, salads, carpacci, pastas, prime meats, seafood and pizzas from the wood-burning oven.   The menu lists thin crusted, wood-oven baked pizzas ($13-$18) with whole-wheat options;  antipasti ($9- $16) including roasted veal bone marrow served with casareccio bread, parsley and caper pesto; traditional eggplant with provolone timbale; and creamy burrata cheese over roasted fava beans with watercress and pepper oil dressing.  There are salads and carpacci ($10- $12) such as cured pork with arugula and Gaeta olives in lemon fennel oil; and roasted beets and Italian tuna salad with beefsteak tomato, Italian tuna and red onion in balsamic dressing.

Pastas ($14-$19) are freshly made like the  bucatini de cecco with wild boar ragoût; tortellini emiliani with mushrooms, peas and prosciutto in a Reggiano cream sauce; and classic gnocchi with buffalo mozzarella, cherry tomato sauce and fresh basil. For entrees there’s braised oxtail in a rich tomato and Chianti wine sauce; marinated grilled Cornish hen with garlic, olives and fennel; and a flavorful wood oven roasted milk-fed piglet marinated with fresh herbs, juniper berries and black pepper. Traditional Roman desserts change daily

D’Angelo Trattoria, is open for dinner nightly from Sunday - Thursday 5:30 p.m. - 11 p.m; Friday and Saturday from 5:30 p.m. – midnight.   9 SE 7th Avenue, Delray Beach just off Atlantic Avenue.  561-330-1237.

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After a multi-million dollar renovation the InterContinental Miami is re-opening its lobby level restaurant in late-October as Toro Toro with Chef Richard Sandoval at the helm, a concept modeled after Sandoval’s Dubai Toro Toro, which was named “Best Latin” and “Best New Restaurant” by Time Out shortly after opening in mid-2012.     

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A James Beard Award nominee, Sandoval  is no stranger to South Florida’s culinary scene; earlier this year he opened a successful fast-casual dining concept in Brickell: Kokoriko Natural Rotisserie.  Beyond the Toro Toro and Kokoriko concepts, Sandoval is the chef/restaurateur behind over 34 successful restaurants worldwide, including New York and DC. Toro Toro Miami is the fourth collaboration between Chef Sandoval and Strategic Hotels & Resorts, Inc., the owner of the InterContinental Miami and 17 other upscale and luxury hotels and resorts in North America and Europe  

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Slated to open late-October 2012, Toro Toro Miami is located on the lobby level of the InterContinental Miami, 100 Chopin Plaza in downtown Miami (adjacent to Bayfront Park).  Open seven days a week, the restaurant will offer lunch service from noon to 3 p.m., dinner – along with a not-to-be-missed Happy Hour – starting at 4 p.m. The restaurant will remain open Sunday – Wednesday until midnight and Thursday – Saturday until 1 a.m. The bar will be open every night until 2 a.m.  ¡Olé!, will serve breakfast from 6:30 a.m. to11:30 a.m.  Sunday Brunch to be announced at a later date. Valet and street parking will be available.      (305) 372-4710; Catering for Toro Toro (305) 372-4713; www.torotoromiami.com. www.icmiamihotel.com. 

 

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