Last Fall, it was announced that two more restaurants were soon coming to Miami courtesy of the folks behind Sardinia Enoteca. First to open was Brickell's Moye, and now the second half to that duo, Campania, looks to be ready for business.
According to Miami.com, Campania plans to open its doors to the public tomorrow, January 7, in the Design District at 4029 N. Miami Ave. The restaurant is quite similar to its sister restaurants in terms of cuisine, but this menu specializes in Italian dishes from Naples and the Amalfi Coast.
The restaurant’s menu is overseen by Sardinia Enoteca’s Corporate Chef Pietro Vardeu; however, the partners have brought staff from Italy to man the kitchen. Expect classic southern Italian fare to fill the menu like made-to-order pizzas from a custom pizza oven, calzones, fresh mozzarella and breads made in-house daily.
Dinner is served nightly with lunch service beginning on January 12, and if you're in a rush, take-out orders are available at Campania's market counter, according to Miami.com.