Located in the beautiful Wynwood art district of Miami, dōma is a neighborhood restaurant featuring Mediterranean inspired, Southern Italian cuisine.
The dōma team brings their heritage from Italy and designed a contemporary menu that includes a number of classic Italian dishes as well as more modern selections.
Our menu is focused on sourcing local ingredients, always serving the freshest and best available quality ingredients in season from Florida
A native of Italy, Luca Lomonaco began his start in restaurants at age 16. Upon his move from Northern Italy to Miami, he continued his career in Miami where he quickly developed a passion for hospitality and great food and wine.
After working at some of Miami’s finest Italian restaurants like Casa tua and La Petite Maison, Il Gabbiano he went to spend some time at 3 stars Michelin restaurant Quince in San Francisco.
Upon his return to Miami, Luca worked at Tamarina as beverage director and sommelier and oversaw the restaurant’s award-winning cellar. justify accepted a management position at Forte dei Marmi, where he built the restaurant’s wine and cocktail list.
Inspired by his great passion for hospitality and great customer service Luca opened dōma. Today Luca runs dōma aiming to develop it into one of the best destination restaurants in Miami.
Chef Marco Giugliano is a native of Naples, Italy. His training began at the Instituto Alberghiero Maria Montessori in Somma Vesuviana. His life in restaurants began at age 15, when he began working in his family’s restaurant, Nemo. Later, he trained with some of the best chefs on Italy’s Amalfi Coast and in Mykonos, Greece. In those early days, Giugliano’s passion for food and restaurants began to grow.
Giugliano has served as executive chef in several Michelin-starred restaurants internationally, including Quattro Passi in London’s Mayfair District and Taverna Estia in Brusciano, Italy. He also served as executive chef at Il Baretto in London and at Strega Restaurant in Bradford, Connecticut, where he was awarded “Two Forks” by the Italian wine and food magazine, Gambero Rosso.
Chef Giugliano’s pride in his work comes from his Neapolitan roots. His perspective comes from working with the freshest ingredients and using them in traditional recipes, as well as learning about new ingredients and incorporating them into his style of cooking.
Giugliano was once interviewed by journalist Alessandro Fiore of Il Corriere Della Sera newspaper in Italy. In the interview, Fiore was effusive about Giugliano’s cooking, saying it was some of the best he has ever tasted. Giugliano attributes his success to hard work, his team’s hard work, his family, and forever friendships that he carries in his heart.
At dōma, chef Giugliano will continue his dedication to traditional and modern Italian cooking, melding both into a brand new style at the Wynwood restaurant.