Best Italian Restaurants in Miami Springs

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Best Italian Restaurants in Miami Springs

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P.F. Chang's - Dolphin MallP.F. Chang's - Dolphin Mall
21 reviews
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Asian | Miami Springs, Miami - Dade County

EXCELLENT FOOD AND VER NICE PRESENTATION. GOOD PROMOTIONS ALL THE TIME TO REWARDS MEMBERS,.WE ALSO HAD A VERY NICE PROFESSIONAL SERVER, WHO REALLY CARED ABOUT THE CUSTOMER. More

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BRIO Tuscan Grille - Sweetwater - Dolphin MallBRIO Tuscan Grille - Sweetwater - Dolphin Mall
186 reviews
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Italian | Miami Springs, Miami - Dade County

Ate in bar area, Drake was great. He had a wonderful personality and was pleasant to deal with. More

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Discover Miami Springs

Miami Springs was awarded the designation of a Preserve America Community by Laura Bush in 2008, and it offers tours of its historic downtown, which features 25 historic sites along the tour. The downtown area is also dotted with a variety of coffee shops and bars, many of which have a Cuban theme. You could try some bold, dark-roasted coffee or coffee with milk paired with a traditional Cuban pastry such as pudin de pan or lan de guayaba. The bars also focus on Cuban-themed adult beverages, with specialties such as el presidente and Cuba libre. Miami Springs is also home to many Puerto Rican-themed restaurants, and you could try main dishes such as huachinango a la Veracruzana or arroz verde pollo.

Discover Miami Springs

Miami Springs was awarded the designation of a Preserve America Community by Laura Bush in 2008, and it offers tours of its historic downtown, which features 25 historic sites along the tour. The downtown area is also dotted with a variety of coffee shops and bars, many of which have a Cuban theme. You could try some bold, dark-roasted coffee or coffee with milk paired with a traditional Cuban pastry such as pudin de pan or lan de guayaba. The bars also focus on Cuban-themed adult beverages, with specialties such as el presidente and Cuba libre. Miami Springs is also home to many Puerto Rican-themed restaurants, and you could try main dishes such as huachinango a la Veracruzana or arroz verde pollo.