Bianca Introduces Pretty and Pricey Dishes (Photos)

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Bianca
Big beef carpaccio lives up to its name.
At Bianca, the restaurant at the Delano, dinner is a special affair. Patrons are dressed up and decked out. Exotic accents waft across the dimly lit terrace, adorned by candles and furnishings reminiscent of the Hamptons. This is an expensive place to see and be seen.

So if you're looking for a snazzy spot to dine and wine, impress, and seal the deal with your date this weekend, look no further than Bianca, which just introduced a number of new menu items. Short Order was invited to sample the fresh offerings. Pictures after the jump.

See also: Miami's Top Ten Italian Desserts

Cocktail selections are made from an iPad and cost $18 each. Libations are strong and pack a punch. We suggest going for the Napoli Smash, which mixes Disaronno with lemon juice and mint. It's like a stronger (and better tasting) mojito.

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Carla Torres
Appetizer options include old staples such as meatballs, grilled octopus, and langoustines. A new item showcases squash, which is ultra-trendy at the moment. The delicate squash ($20) composes a light and cool salad. Besides the squash, frisée, ricotta, and walnut vinaigrette all make an appearance.

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Carla Torres
It's not a new dish, but the one must-have at Bianca is the bigeye tuna pizza ($18), which tops a focaccia with freshly sliced ahi tuna, micro shiso, and truffle oil. It won't be enough to fill you up, but it will make you happy.

Location Info

Bianca

1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant


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Cary Gonzalez
Cary Gonzalez

Ah yes....Del Ano....overpriced and overrated...del ano....

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