Sure, there's another outpost of New York's Il Mulino in Sunny Isles Beach, but why shlep there when the team behind it opened a sleek, whitewashed sibling in SoFi? Complimentary antipasti come in many forms: a tray of freshly baked bread, Italian sausage, spiced fried zucchini, and bruschetta with mussels. This is just the beginning. There's also a block of Parmigiano-Reggiano that waiters walk around the dining room and carve tableside to go with the rest of your starters. This is the place to go for daily specials like ravioli di porcini with champagne truffle cream sauce or shamelessly indulgent osso buco perched aside a heap of saffron risotto.