Thanks Eater Miami for mentioning us in your article Where to Eat in MiMo: 12 Great Spots From hidden eateries to longstanding landmarks by Carlos Olaechea and Olee Fowler.

“MiMo — short for Miami Modern — is one of the most exciting up-and-coming neighborhoods in Miami. Whereas many parts of Miami are all about the new, now, and next, MiMo strikes that rare balance between honoring local history and being relevant to the Miami of today.

The stretch of Biscayne Boulevard between NE 50th street and NE 70th street is internationally renowned for its unique mid-century modern style architecture, hence the name of this district. Many old buildings have been lovingly restored to their old glory and are now occupied by chic boutiques and some of Miami’s best restaurants.

Editor’s Note: A number of South Florida restaurants have resumed indoor and outdoor dining services. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for onsite dining, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the Florida Health Department’s website. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines. For those wanting to find the best takeout and dining options throughout Miami, please visit here.

Ironside Kitchen: Located in the northernmost reaches of MiMo, this Italian restaurant is tucked away a few blocks west of Biscayne Boulevard in a part of the neighborhood that feels very locals-only. This eatery features a concise selection of pasta, as well as a handful of baked Italian dishes. The pizzas here, made in the Neapolitan style, stick pretty closely to tradition, and toppings are kept at a minimum so as not to weigh down the oven-fired creations. Grab a favorite bottle of vino from home as this place is BYOB”

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