Rather than wasting time saying this restaurant's quirky mouthful of a name, let's get straight to the point: It's an internationally inspired joint open daily at 11:30 a.m. (Sunday at 11 a.m.) that offers an elevated, open-air experience in Mary Brickell Village. Yes, it is located in the old Firehouse Four building. Yes, it's only two stories. Yes, you still get stunning views despite its stature. No, it's not expensive. Long story short, Miami needs more places like Dolores, but You Can Call Me Lolita. Stylish, chic, and affordable is a triple threat. Choose the prix-fixe menu, priced from $19.99 to $32.99, which gives you an entrée and an appetizer of your choice. Start with the serrano ham croquettes or the vegetable spring rolls; then go for the applewood-grilled boneless short rib ($26.99) or pan-seared Chilean sea bass ($32.99). Inhaling all of this fresh air during lunch and dinner will make you thirsty, so Dolores has wines and specialty cocktails lined up and ready. Sigh. If only Dolores were a real person.