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Glass & Vine Finally Debuts in Peacock Park Tonight

The latest concept by Eating House chef, Giorgio Rapicavoli

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At last, it's here. At 4 p.m. today Glass & VineGiorgio Rapicavoli’s and Grove Bay Hospitality Group’s much-anticipated new concept, officially opens its doors in Peacock Park.

The restaurant space is massive departure from Rapicavoli’s Eating House, taking over the former Coconut Grove Library space not too far from his Coral Gables eatery. The 200-seat restaurant features nature-inspired decor — an ode to its park surroundings — along with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating. As for cuisine, expect a menu operated into sections such as Garden, Sea and Land that are "designed to be shared" like watermelon salad, housemade bucatini, lamb ribs, stracciatella with charred cabbage, and grilled duck breast.

Glass & Vine also features a complete bar menu with cocktails created by Eddie Fuentes and Cocktail Cartel, featured at the restaurant’s 24-seat bar. Florida craft beers as well as white and red wines by the glass, quartino or bottle, are also on hand. Glass & Vine is located at 2820 McFarlane Road in Coconut Grove. Dinner will be served nightly beginning at 4 p.m. for more information call (305) 200-5268

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2820 McFarlane Road, , FL 33133 (305) 200-5268 Visit Website

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