Romulus and Remus.
The ’87 Minnesota Twins.
DeVito and Schwarzenegger.
But nothing holds a candle to the duo that is about to bring you bowls of rose-petal-flecked risotto...
Give a hearty buongiorno to Via Verdi Cucina Rustica, a laid-back retreat for casual conversation over veal meatballs, braised-beef ravioli and other Italian delights, now open in the MiMo District.
So, this spot’s from those Italian twins behind Quattro. Yep, they’ve crossed the causeway and brought the bar manager from Segafredo with them. They’ve also brought recipes from all over the boot to serve up in the cozy indoor/outdoor space formerly known as Uva 69. Things like battuta (that’s beef tartare) and spaghetti (that’s spaghetti).
Inside, you’ll find a glowing marble-topped bar, a stone fireplace and a wine cellar with a private table for two. Which means there’s a good chance you’ll be spending your next date here sharing focaccia-breaded veal meatballs and tearing into a hearty braised osso buco.
But it’s also casual enough for you to come in on any given Monday night, sit outside on the covered patio and watch a game on the TV over a martini.
Make that two if it’s the Dolphins.