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Ilona Oppenheim

Forte dei Marmi

Karen Fuchs
Though Forte dei Marmi in South Beach is named for the Tuscan seaside town known for its white mountain peaks, the restaurant's real draw is a softer, serene atmosphere in conjunction with its rustic Italian cuisine. When the tagliolini with crab, cherry tomatoes, and chili oil arrives at the table, it's obvious the pasta has been made à la minute, and the difference is discernible. This eatery brings upscale fare and a quiet elegance to South Beach dining, and from the looks of it, locals and visitors have quickly embraced the place.

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