Press & Reviews

  • Eye-swoon.com

    Magical Mandolin!

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  • Miami New Times

    We are not a chef-driven restaurant. We are an ingredient-driven restaurant.

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  • Time Magazine

    A Perfect Day in Miami

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  • Miami New Times

    Miami's best restaurant!

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  • Refinery29.com

    7 restos to rev up your love life

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  • Nylon

    Best place for a date

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  • Miami New Times

    Best Outdoor Dining! The magic happens on a red-and-brown cobblestone patio where sprawling off-white canvas umbrellas cast glorious cool shade during the day. Sandals and mirrored aviator sunglasses are the accessories of choice. White wine is poured happily, and there's no such thing as a superfast lunch. At night, candles in tall skinny glass jars give off a warm golden glow.

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  • ChatChowTV

    A place to feed your stomach and your soul

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  • The Miami Herald

    "The flavors of this Buena Vista East gem exude the soul of the Mediterranean."

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  • Ocean Drive

    "Hand-painted ceramic Turkish “evil eyes” and flickering gas lanterns hang from a canopy of trees in the outdoor courtyard, as sounds of rebetika (Greek blues) and the smell of baking pide bread waft through the air."

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  • New York Post

    When you want to indulge...Mandolin, a charmer of a restaurant in an old 1940s house near the Design District...

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  • Design District Magazine

    "At Mandolin ... they stay true to the healthy recipes and philosophy of the infamous Mediterranean Diet."

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  • Jet-Set Report

    "Queue Abba. Design district eatery in historic 40s house offers an Aegean food and dinner fantasy worthy of a musical tribute."

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  • Citybuzz

    "Mandolin offers an experience to heighten the senses of tasting, seeing and smelling to a whole other level."

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  • The Feast

    "Memories of too many tinny grape leaves were banished by Mandolin's pinky-size version stuffed with gently spiced lamb and beef."

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  • Hauteliving.com

    Best place for a romantic date

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  • Miami New Times

    Art Basel in Midtown: Where to Eat, See, and Be Seen

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  • Food and Wine

    Crave-Worthy Seafood - Michael Schwartz

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  • Thefeathered.com

    Freshness is key here, and the quality of the ingredients shine through in the delightful appetizers and salads.

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  • Ocean Drive

    This is the only restaurant I know of that proudly announces itself as Greek and Turkish.

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  • Miami New Times

    Top Five Salads in Miami

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  • Lady of the Knife

    A hidden gem located on the outskirts of the Design District has to be one of the coolest spaces to hang out in.

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  • Louislist

    The fastest way to Greece from Miami.

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  • Societeperrier.com

    My 5 Favorite Things: Suzy Buckley

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  • New York Social Diary

    Between Miami and Mykonos it might be hard to find anywhere comparable to the flavorful menu found at Mandolin

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  • Monkey Dish

    This Aegean bistro does octopus in a very simple preparation. It’s tender, beautifully charred and needs nothing else - Andrew Carmellini

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  • Lifestyle Mirror

    A gallery-hop away is the local favorite, Mandolin, offering light Mediterranean fare...and legendary sangria. It's the perfect start to a long night of (artsy) festivities or a celebratory lunch.

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  • Ultratravel

    The last meal that wowed me was at Mandolin in Miami's Design District. It has amazing Greek food - Kelly Wearstler

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  • The Huffington Post

    In Miami I like an Aegean tavern called Mandolin. The husband is Greek, the wife is Turkish, and the meatballs are to die for -- they're like mini hamburgers - Nick Jones (Soho House Founder)

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  • Portlandermiamian.com

    Mandolin consistently gets talked about around Miami, especially when talking about Greek food, and is certainly worth a look!

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  • Miamidesignagenda.com

    They combine the Greek and Turkish cuisine bringing us some of the most fresh, delicious and rustic Mediterranean looking dishes- roasted lamb and grilled fish are a must. A fun fact is that they even have their own Organic Garden. I guess this shows how serious I am when I say they have real authentic food.

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