According to the original bestseller, humans once lived in a glorious garden. As the story goes, our svelte progenitors roamed the verdant landscape, coexisted with animal friends, and ate from lush, bountiful fruit trees. There were no stoves, chemicals, or heart disease. If anything in real life approaches this paradisiacal paradigm, it's Matthew Kenney's Plant Food + Wine. In a quiet corner of Wynwood, this sleek, sprawling eatery is tucked into the aptly titled Sacred Space. Complete with a reflecting pool, towering trees, and minimalist decor, it's an oasis. Here, the plant-based cuisine is impossibly colorful, delightfully fresh, and wildly creative. Try the kimchee dumplings wrapped in emerald-hued spinach paper ($15); the spicy hearts of palm salad with leche de tigre and choclo (Peruvian corn) ($16); the crisp, flavorful zucchini lasagna ($22); and the tangy starfruit tart with macadamia mascarpone ($14). Eat all you want — plants are the ultimate diet food. Clearly, Adam and Eve were onto something. Hours are Monday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to midnight, and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.