For wine aplenty and Italian cuisine from Neapolitan chef and New York City restaurateur Roberto Patriarca (formerly of NYC's Felidia and I Trulli), head over to Centolire for its grand opening tonight. The trattoria will mold its culinary offerings around various regions of Italy, but will focus predominantly on Sicily. Think items like slow roasted lamb shank, orecchiette with rabbit ragu, Mediterranean branzino and a lot of homemade pasta served up in a rustic 1,200 square foot space (the ex-Casa Toscana). Centolire is celebrating its South Miami debut tonight at 8 p.m. with a complimentary antipasto per table and one glass of prosecco per person, and they'll continue to do so throughout the opening week. Cheers to that.
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