Ferraro's is an Italian restaurant located on 79th Street, just west of North Bay Village. It’s got an upscale atmosphere bordering on stuffy, but the food is pretty good. We would happily eat their pear gorgonzola pasta (fiocchi de pere e gorgonzola) and lobster ravioli again. Although, the atmosphere is a little too dull for an exciting dinner with someone you’re trying to impress. It’s more of a last-minute-decision-on-a-Wednesday-with-the-parents kind of place. However, they do have some really lovely outdoor seating, which would work great on a cool, breezy night.
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