Chef Massimo Bottura Bringing Torno Subito Restaurant to Downtown Miami

The Michelin-starred restaurant, which has one location in Dubai, is headed to South Florida for its second
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Chef célèbre Massimo Bottura will bring his Michelin-starred Italian restaurant Torno Subito to South Florida this year, according to coverage published today by Eater Miami.

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Described by Eater as more casual than the chef’s three-Michelin-starred Modena, Italy restaurant Osteria Francescana, Torno Subito already has one outpost operating in Dubai. The Miami location will offer a similar menu, one featuring dishes like oxtail ravioli, margherita pizza, and rack of lamb.

The restaurant will open, in partnership with South Florida’s own King Goose Hospitality, on the rooftop of King Goose’s upcoming dining and entertainment destination Julia & Henry’s. Named after historical Miami moguls Julia Tuttle and Henry Flagler, the multi-use establishment is expected to be home to projects from a number of exciting chefs, including Jose Medin and Michelle Bernstein.

What Now reached out to a representative of King Goose Hospitality on Friday. The representative said the Bottura concept is still under development, declining to comment further at this time.

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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