The somewhat head scratching Italian and Asian hybrid has arrived in Brickell. Tino’s opened its doors over the weekend, serving up "wood-fired oven pizza, gyoza and a wine garden."
On the menu expect pizzas created on a 900-degree, wood-burning oven named "Bertha"– named after chef Constantine De Lucia’s great grandmother that claims to bake a pie 90 seconds. The pizza runs the more simple and traditional route topped with items like ham, salami, mozzarella and a variety of vegetables.
But unlike most pizzerias, chicken and pork gyoza with a truffle sauce are available to guests as well, because de Lucia’s other concept Momi Oyster & Raw Bar is housed in the same location as Tino’s, so guests sitting in Tino’s or Momi Oyster will be able to order from either menu.
If vino is your thing, a collection of wines from 40 to 60 boutique vineyards across the world are on hand with prices starting at $6 per glass, and can be sipped in the restaurant’s outdoor "wine garden."
Tino’s is now open daily at 1040 South Miami Avenue, with extended hours until 5 a.m. Thursday to Saturday evenings. Delivery is available. For more information call 786-703-7817.