From traditional favorites to MICHELIN-recognized restaurants, Miami Spice offers visitors and residents prix fixe, three-course lunch/brunch for $28, and dinners for $45 or $60
The eagerly awaited Miami Spice Restaurant Month's has returned, as announced by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) on August 1st. The program will run from August 1st to September 30th this year, sponsored by Caviar, Tequila Herradura, Woodford Reserve, Whole Foods Market, and Peroni Italia.
Miami Spice offers visitors and residents a three-course brunch or lunch for a fixed price of $28 and dinner for $45 or $60.
What will you find?
There are more than 200 restaurants participating in Miami Spice Restaurant Month's from more than 20 areas in Miami Beach and Greater Miami, including well-known favorites and hidden treasures. There are numerous options to experience the dynamic cuisine culture of the location, so there is something for everyone, whether they are looking for tapas in Doral, Wynnewood's Mexican cuisine, Little Havana's retro Cuban, or Coral Gables' authentic Italian.
David Whitaker, CEO and President of the GMCVB, said, "We have been collaborating with Miami Beach and Greater Miami's most renowned restaurants for more than 21 years to highlight the cultural diversity of our culinary skills at discounted rates with Miami Spice."
With 35 new dining restaurants participating in this collaboration for the first time and 19 MICHELIN-starred restaurants, it is constantly growing.
Even devoted fans of Miami Spice can indulge in distinctive and new flavors thanks to the more than thirty-five new participants in the Miami Spice lineup. Visit Sexy Fish Miami for Asian-inspired cuisines, Sérêvène Miami for Japanese-French immersive cuisine, The Key Club for fresh fish and steak, LEKU at Rubell Museum for Basque cuisine, and Full Bloom - Gourmet Vegan Cuisine for plant-based meals.
Learn about various cuisines and cultures from around the world. Taste the flavors of Latin America at CHICA and Japanese cuisine at Sushiato.
Visit Quinto La Huella for Uruguayan cuisine, MAYAMI and HojaTaqueriafpr Mexican favorites, and Marabu and Havana 1957 Ocean Drive for exotic Cuban cuisine. Make the most of Miami Spice with Miami Hotel Months for the ultimate culinary-focused getaway or staycation. Several promotions, benefits, and discounts are available at restaurants inside hotels and resorts.
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