Never mind the jitney speeding past the storefront. Forget about the chickens traipsing across the parking lot. Fiorito is a small piece of Argentina plopped in the center of Little Haiti. Located in one of the few Miami neighborhoods where the foreign language of choice is not Spanish, this restaurant proves its authenticity the moment you walk in, with a framed photograph of author Julio Cortázar hanging on the wall. As soon as you snag a seat in the candlelit interior, a complimentary basket of warm bread is delivered to your table. Then you must make the difficult decisions: A glass of Malbec or the fruity green apple sangria? The fresh burrata or the provoloneta with chorizo? The churrasco with chimichurri or the milanesa napolitana? The panqueques with homemade dulce de leche or the flan with homemade dulce de leche? They say happiness is a choice, but here it's the response of virtually every diner.