1228 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL | Directions 3313925.783401 -80.131254
Amazing Food!. The food here is exceptional! The portions are small, but worth every bite you take. You will spend on average about $25 a person or more depending if you get wine, a salad, and/or desert. Service here was also perfect. Our waters were refilled right on cue and we were asked if we wanted more mine before we ran out. Wonderful place!
Incredible on every level!.
We went to Spiga while in Miami Beach for our 10th anniversary. From the very beginning the service was impecable. They have an extensive wine list and our choice was excellent.
Prices were moderate, but the tasty food was over the top. We have eaten at every kind of Italian restaurant from chain to family owned, and Spiga is in our top 3!
We sat on the patio, and the ambiance was magnificent. The hostess/server treated us like we were the only people in the place. While watching the other patrons, we realized that everyone was treated this way.
When in Miami beach, forget the other more notable restaurants and check out this little treasure. We are definitely going to Spiga when we go back. If we could rate it with more than 5 stars, we would.
This intimate Italian restaurant chooses food over fanfare..
Like the hotel in which it resides, Spiga is out of the limelight. So much so that smart celebrities choose it as an escape: Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas even dined here as newlyweds. What's not low-key is the cuisine. The garlicky gnocchi with tomato and basil is an illustration of how simple doesn't have to be bland. The the risotto with bay scallops is a rousing display of culinary precision.
What South Beach is all about.... We were seated immediately. The food was fantastic especially the garlicky gnocchi with tomato and basil. We also had the frutti di mare - which was wonderful. Prices were reasonable and the atmosphere was very romantic. Service was great for Miami. Celebrities were there. Tiramsu and the wine were great. Definitely eat here if you want great Italian food in Miami Beach.
Excellent all the way around. Try the grilled baby squid it's wonderful. Every pasta that I've tried has been excellent, you can't go wrong with the pasta.
Great Italian Food!. Second time here, came here for Easter dinner. Made reservations the night before, had the mozzeralla & tomato salad, and sliced beef for main course, a merengue & ice cream cake for dessert. great little place right on collins ave - sat on patio great people watching. Two celebs that night were dining at restaurant and they treated everyone the same - nice job Spiga - I will be back!
spiga is one of the hidden spots in south beach,
in a very tuscan atmosphere
with a incredibly charming, familylike staff...
it is been very consistant over many years
and in my opinion the best "traditional italian"
restaurant in miami
keep up the good work
Bad service. The service here was pretty bad. Or waitress was rarely around, and when she would pop by, she would pick on us!! Plus, the food was not that good. Very relaxed, homey atmosphere, unlike most of South Beach.
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