Bin No. 18 chef-owner Alfredo Patino's artisan dishes flaunt Spanish, Italian, and other Mediterranean flavors in an environment that recalls a European bistro. Creative small plates such as warm figs brûlée ($8.95) and bruschetta di eggplant ($7.95) can be halved with a math tutor before diners dive into an entree of honey- and grain-mustard-glazed salmon ($15.75) or hand-made gnocchi Sorrentina ($15.95), all while savoring the melodies created at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, located just blocks away. Bin No. 18 also offers a plethora of white, red, sparkling, and pink wines ($6–$12/glass) and a bounty of premium beer ($4–$16) to keep throat-dwelling frogs quenched and quiet.