Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli has accomplised an impressive lot for his young age (26). The passionate Miamian has led at a handful of respected restaurants, rubbed elbows with world-famous chefs, developed fairly profitable hobby at music and art, won a Food Network cooking contest and, most recentrly, is fulfilling his life-long dream of opening his very own dining establishment, eating house.
About Eating House
Eating House, a “restaurant” where we pay homage and adoration to the beloved feelings and teachings that were given to us by the food, the people, and the culture of what we called “the motherland.” Just to clarify, this by no means is a traditional Italian restaurant. Hell, it’s not even a traditional restaurant at all. We do not have the best china, the most luxurious ingredients or the finest wines. You will more than likely have to pour your own water, have mix-matched silverware and have to go out of your way to find us. But, at the end of the day, the less we spend on everything else, the more we can focus on making sure we’re doing things right. It allows us to make sure that we are using the best ingredients possible; supporting the farmers and producers of our surroundings, and sourcing wines and beers that are actually worth a damn. We basically made this “restaurant” for everyone but ourselves. We understand that we can’t offer everything the traditional restaurant can and by no means are we trying to compare ourselves to one. We know that we’re doing things our own way, and that’s the way we like it. It’s why we go out of our way to pick what we serve each night; it’s why we cover our hands in dirt growing what we can harvest; it’s why we’re trying to make a change. We created Eating House to express and share our passion about food culture with our community. Because, we ultimately believe that a really good meal and a table full of friends and family will bring out the best in all of us.