With a small-plate concept, NIU Kitchen opened as a Catalan-inspired eatery in Downtown Miami. The Spanish tapas are a must but the mussels, Iberic ham and Pa Amb Tomaquet (a Catalan tomato bread with olive oil, garlic, and salt) are always great options to share. And if you are feeling like adventurous, you can't miss the tomato soup with croutons and mustard ice cream- a rare but delicious combination. For dessert options, one of the most popular ones is Mató, a fresh Catalan cheese made from goat's milk, drizzled with honey.
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This cafe-wine bar has a rustic design with wood walls and a chalkboard menu, making this a cozy and homey place perfect for a date. The wine selection will set up the tone for an intimate night. During the week, they close at 10 pm and during the weekend, at 11 pm, so make sure to plan well your visit.
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