Anytime restaurateur Arjun Waney is involved in a project, the decor is always impeccable. He's the man behind Zuma and Coya, and to open Tamarina, he teamed with husband and wife Tunu and Yona Puri. The upscale coastal Italian restaurant was designed by London-based David d'Almada and includes a beautifully landscaped wraparound terrace with views of Brickell Avenue. The dining room is outfitted with sheer floor-to-ceiling curtains, cinnamon-hued leather wingback chairs, a high ceiling, and a crystal centerpiece stocked with hollow glass decanters and carafes. Elegant dark-wood furnishings are paired with brass accents and antique mirrors to conjure the spirit of Italian glamour. And for emphasis, black-and-white Italian films are displayed on a massive projector. Order tagliatelle with lamb ragu ($23), followed by a grilled or salt-crusted branzino ($45); then sit back and take in the surroundings. Or stop by any Sunday, when there's a $45 all-you-can-eat brunch buffet with a side of live music.