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Antica Mare

7999 NE Bayshore Ct.
Miami, FL 33138
Antica Mare

Photo by Alissa Dragun


  • Tuesday through Sunday 4 to 11 p.m.
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Water View
  • Reservations Accepted, Online Reservations Available
This Shorecrest stunner blends the tastes of Tuscany with unbeatable views of Biscayne Bay. Located at 7999 NE Bayshore Ct., Antica Mare is the sister restaurant of Marco Betti's award-winning Antica Posta in Buckhead, Atlanta, and delivers the same authenticity of its much older sister. Dive into a delicate array of pastas, risottos, fish, vegetables, meats, and ingredients, which are imported from Italy. The gnocchi ragù Toscano, which costs $16 as an appetizer and $22 as an entrée, is a must. And if homemade gnocchi with traditional Tuscan meat sauce doesn't fill you, indulge in the richness of Antica Mare's semifreddo ($8).

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