Located at 101 Washington Avenue, TiramesU, the 25-year old South Beach landmark restaurant, is offering a special a la carte menu to please the most demanding of moms. Chef Pintus curated dishes for mothers who are looking to stay on point with a light meal but also for those who want to take this special day to indulge. And then there are the bottomless mimosas for $25.

For seafood lovers, the Tartare di Tonno ($18) comes with a Sardinian twist served between layers of pane carasau, a crispy flat bread from Sardinia, while the saffron risotto is topped with succulent shrimp and seasonal zucchini flowers ($22). But the show-stopper will be the traditional Grigliata di Pesce ($38), an assortment of grilled scallops, head-on prawns, salmon, tuna, served with pureed peas and roasted corn.

The ravioli dish ($16) will incorporated the best of spring vegetables available, ricotta and served in a sage butter sauce. For a taste of the land, the lightly breaded veal chop ($38) is served with arugula, cherry tomatoes and topped with Grana Padano cheese.

Finally, the Panna Cotta All’ Amarena ($8). The signature Italian homemade dessert brings closure to the meal with its creamy sweetness. TiramesU’s special twist: black berries.

The lunch and dinner menus will also be available.

With Valeria Longoni as the managing owner and Executive Chef Fabrizio Pintus at the helm of the kitchen, the new location has a focus on perfectly executed creations from traditional Italian to more modern takes.


TiramesU opened its doors in 1988 on the corner of Ocean Drive and 5th Street. The 75-seat new location in South of Fifth at 101 Washington Avenue is under new ownership with Valeria Longoni as managing owner. For more information, please visit www.tiramesu.com