There’s a modern luxury hotel in the middle of Coconut Grove that sticks out like a Tesla in a parking lot full of 1955 Ford Thunderbirds. And on the top floor of that hotel, you’ll find Bellini, an upscale Italian restaurant you should really only go to if you’ve got a corporate card to use or you’re somehow not paying. If that’s the case, check it out - because the outdoor tables at this restaurant provide a really outstanding view of Biscayne Bay, especially at sunset. While enjoying that view, you can eat good pasta and a pretty tasty tuna carpaccio - and the $17 bellini is an appropriate thing to sip while you gaze out at the sailboats with an intense feeling of gratitude that you won’t have to pick up this check.
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Shore To Door Fish Market
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Glass and Vine
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