ceviche piano

We were lucky enough to find this place on a late off night. It was a rainy Wednesday when we stumbled upon Ceviche Piano. We rarely venture off into Downtown Miami except our usual spots because many places are only open during the day for the local businesses and it’s pretty much a ghost town.

The food was delicious, the service was great, and the owner even stopped by our table to chat with us about the food and life. {People are very excited when you mention travel!}

We have tried the tuna tartare (pictured below) in the most expensive places in the city but we were pleased to find a new favorite. We also had the gyoza, lomo saltado (pictured below), and edamame.

ceviche piano

ceviche piano

If you’re visiting downtown Miami or a local, you should stop by here and expect to be delighted with chic decor {I’m a sucker for chandeliers and plush chairs} and excellent food. Perfect¬†for girls night, date night, or even special occasions like your birthday or bachelorette party!

*Tip: If you check in on Yelp you get 1 free drink ūüôā


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