Hungry Posted: Sette Osteria

D.C. based Italian restaurant now in Miami


Address:2103 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127

Meal Type
Brunch, Dinner, Lunch



By: Jennifer Barrios 

What to expect: An open kitchen, luscious greenery, high ceilings, and wooden panels set the stage for Sette Osteria’s relaxed yet sophisticated setting. After snacking on some fresh focaccia and a few glasses of Italian wine, you’ll wonder if there is anything better in this world than pizza, pasta and the wine you’re drinking. You’ll question whether it’s acceptable to order both the pizza and the pasta and convince yourself the only acceptable answer is yes. You’ll also flag this as your new favorite date spot, because good views, good food, and good vibes…now that’s amoré.

The Menu: 

Bringing more than 15 years of authentic Italian experience from its original Washington D.C. location, this Italian eatery uses fresh ingredients, homemade pasta, and has an endless selection of wines. The menu is extensive and offers something for everyone, including vegan and gluten-free options. Menu includes soups, small plates, salads, pastas, flatbreads, calzones, artisan pizzas, and Italian classics. We’ll have one of each, please!

What to order: 

Burrata: If we could start every meal for the rest of our lives with this burrata appetizer, we would. This fresh creamy cheese sits on top of heirloom tomatoes and is drizzled with balsamic. We know it’s an appetizer intended to be shared with the table, but we can’t seem to bring ourselves to share this decadent and delicious piece of heaven.

Carbonara: One bite and we knew we’d never look at spaghetti noodles the same. This carbonara dish brings together spaghetti, onions, pancetta, black pepper and egg to create the most magical combination your mouth has ever tasted.

Melanzane alla Parmigiana: Eggplant lovers rejoice! This take on eggplant parmesan has layers of crispy breaded tender eggplant, hearty tomato sauce, fresh basil, and melty mozzarella. This is a great dish to share with the table so that you can leave enough space to sample some other items on the menu.

How to score a table: Walk-ins welcome but you can also reserve on open-table