Strada is a forgettable Italian restaurant in Coconut Grove. It’s a pretty big spot with some pleasant sidewalk seating and a good location - but you can do a lot better when it comes to eating in the Grove. The pasta is bland and not fresh at all. The creamy lobster sauce in the ravioli d’aragosta congeals into an unsexy mass of goop before you’ve even finished a third of it. And it’s all way more expensive than it should be.
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