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Spris

731 Lincoln Rd. (Meridian Ave.) Send to Phone
305-673-2020 | Menu
Cured beef carpaccio is ruby red beneath a salad of Parmesan, fresh oranges and arugula.
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Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late
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Spris Restaurant Review

: Baby sister to Tiramesu on Lincoln Road, Spris is the more attractive sibling with as much personality and a little more substance. While Tiramesu is good for home-style pasta and not much else, Spris is good all around. In addition to the same wholesome pizzas it serves next door, you’ll find a couple of pedestrian salads and beautiful antipasti. Smoked salmon crostini with warm Brie is simultaneously salty, creamy, delicate and crispy. Cured beef carpaccio is ruby red beneath a salad of Parmesan, fresh oranges and arugula. Fresh mozzarella on the wood oven-baked pizza porcini bubbles beneath ripe tomato, porcinis and arugula. Doors open until 3 a.m. make this a splendid solution to the post-midnight munchies.

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