New towers popping up on every corner. Insane rents. Wine gardens and 900-degree ovens named Bertha.
Actually, those last two might be onto something...
You’ll find them at Tino’s, a charming little pizzeria with a magical penchant toward gyoza, wine and massive wood-burning ovens. It opens tonight in Brickell, and here’s the slideshow.
Come, let’s explore.
She can crank out your truffle Neapolitan pie with imported Italian flour in 90 seconds flat.
The chef came from Momi Ramen and Ichimi Ramen.
That explains the chicken and pork gyoza. Because you were clearly wondering.
You’ll want wine.
Through the discreet French doors toward the back, you’ll find a little wine garden with string lights and greenery. From there, you can order a glass or bottle from one of the 40 to 60 vineyards represented on their wine shelf inside.
Depending on the weather, taking it inside might also be a good call.
Real trattoria-type feel in there. Brick. Wood. Oversize hanging bulbs. Nice spot to round up a few coworkers for some blistering lunchtime pies. You could even bring a date, should the occasion arise.
Stranger occasions have arisen.