FIOLA / MIAMI

The cuisine and culture of Italy in South Florida’s "City Beautiful."

 
 
 

the space

the landmark 1515 Sunset Building

With an interior designed by renowned architect Jeffrey Beers and decorated by award-winning Barcelona based Lazaro Rosa Violan, diners will enjoy world class service and old school hospitality while enjoying the contemporary Italian cuisine of Chef Owner Fabio Trabocchi. Fiola resides in the landmark 1515 Sunset Building, a Parisian inspired LEED certified building embracing the grand classical architecture of monumental buildings in Europe.

 

the menu

Inspired by regional Italian classic dishes, local seasonal ingredients, and family traditions, Fiola’s menu features raw bar and crudo offerings, salads, soups and appetizers, a selection of our housemade pastas, composed entrees, and seafood and meat selections cooked in our wood oven or simply grilled. Our menus may change daily, representing our commitment to continuous evolution and honoring the finest bounty from every season.

 
 
 

PRESS

FEBRUARY/MARCH 2019

On the Cover!

We are honored to be featured on the cover of Indulge Magazine's February/March Food & Wine issue, and #2 in its Indulge 25 compilation of what and who is powering the food scene in the 305. We look forward to showcasing our family tradition at SOBEWFF!

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NEWS

January 8, 2019

Fabio Trabocchi Returns Home with the Newest Addition to the Fiola Family — Fiola at Dopolavoro Venezia.

Located on Venice’s private island, Isola delle Rose, accessible only via boat, Fiola at Dopolavoro Venezia is all about exclusivity and luxury. Set to open in April 2019, the newest Fiola will feature a sophisticated ambiance coupled with striking architectural details that date back to the 1920s. The menu will incorporate culinary highlights from the celebrated Michelin-starred restaurant, Fiola DC.


press

january 7, 2019

5 South Florida Restaurants to have on your radar in 2019

“Fiola has already become a favorite locale for Miami’s most discerning foodies.”

- mallory evans jacobsen / ocean drive magazine

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