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Tutto Il Giorno is Coming to Miami; Bongos Shutters

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1) Edgewater: Once the Biscayne Beach condominium finishes construction, it'll be home to Hampton hotspot Tutto Il Giorno. Maurizio Marfoglia will helm the kitchen at the Thom Filicia-designed eatery, the first one to open outside of New York.

2) Downtown: Downtown Miami has a new restaurant called Niu. The word means "nest" in Catalan, according to co-owner Adam Hughes, who tells us he's partnered up with two friends to open up his first spot, a Catalan-inspired restaurant and wine bar. Learn more about it here.

3) Downtown: 15-year mainstay Bongos Cuban Cafe is coming to an end. Owners Gloria and Emilio Estefan have decided not to renew the lease. The will, however, be opening up an entirely new concept in the area.
· Eater Miami []