There’s one more month left of Miami Spice. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you already know that means there’s over 200 restaurants all over Miami where you can score a 3-course lunch for just $23.Read More
Every Miamian knows that even though August is the most brutal of the summer months, it’s the best month to treat yourself. August is the one magical month a year where the Greater Miami Conventions and Visitors Bureau’s Miami Spa Month and Miami Spice overlap. Spend the best of days being pampered and indulge on a fantastic 3 course lunch or dinner all in the same place for under $200.Read More
Miami Spice is basically a food lovers HOLIDAY! From August 1 to September 30, it offers a chance to explore new places, visit favorites or just enjoy dinner out at a great price. This year, over 240 restaurants are participating in the 3-course prix fixe $23 lunch/brunch, $39 Dinner Miami Spice offerings. Here’s the TOP 15 ranked by Miami media.Read More
Nestled between the hills of an expansive golf course and the white marble lined buildings of the Trump Resort in Doral is a steakhouse bringing out dishes as delicious as they are extravagant. BLT Prime is one of the over two hundred restaurants participating in Miami Spice—a two-month long event where restaurants and chefs create prix fix menus with specialized items.Read More
It’s October already, how did that happen?! While you’re busy wondering where the year has gone, you can rejoice in knowing that Miami Spice has added another full month to it’s calendar.Read More
No question it has been a tough few weeks in South Florida. As I write this, there are still areas without electricity, and the images of the Keys is haunting.
There’s still one full month left of Miami Spice. We know we are getting our fill of it. Are you? For this week’s #MiamiSpiceMonday we’re all about the classic steakhouse.Read More
Miami Spice is jumping on the brunch bandwagon. This year for the first time, several Miami Spice participating restaurants will be featuring $23 3-course brunch menus. Brunch seems to be everyone’s favorite meal and how can you blame us - food and day drinking? Sounds like a winning combination!
Every August and September, the Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau organizes Miami Spice…two months of specially priced 3 course prix fixe menus designed to encourage locals and visitors to try new places or visit favorites for both lunch and dinner. Priced at $23 for lunch/brunch and $39 for dinner,Read More
Miami Spice is almost here! That means the preview dinners are right around the corner. This year will be the 16th year of the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB)’s Miami Spice Restaurant Program.
First up on the calendar of preview dinners, GMCVB will be teaming up with Estefan Kitchen for an exclusive preview of the hot new Design District restaurant’s Miami Spice menu before the program kicks-off August 1, 2017.
For one night only, on Wednesday, June 14, 2017, guests enjoyed a one-of-a-kind dining experience in a 1950’s Cuba inspired setting with Chef Odell Torres. The three-course meal will allow diners to relish in the flavors inspired by traditional Estefan family recipes and experience the new restaurant’s Miami Spice menu, available August through September. Priced at $55 per person (excluding tax, tip and additional beverage purchases) the dinner will include complimentary pours from Miami Spice sponsors Chandon, Stella Artois, Terrazas de los Andes and Fiji Water as well as the live entertainment the restaurant is known for.Read More
The days of Miami Spice are officially counting down, but before we say farewell to the off-season fixe prix special extravaganza that has most of us swearing off our bikini bodies till Spring, we have some musts that should be checked off the bucket list.
We are talking about South Beach’s seafood resto of choice, Izzy’s Fish & Oyster Bar, who recently upgraded some items of its Miami Spice dinner menu ($39) for the month of September.
Chef/Owner Jamie Derosa and Chef de Cuisine, William Crandall are staying true to New England roots with their authentic dishes and drinks. It’s a slice of Cape Cod just off the corner of 5th and Washington.
The menu offers the option of substituting your dessert for a beverage, which is the way to go unless you are one of the few dedicated souls who actually saves room. These options include house red or white wine, Narragansett on draft, Sam Adams Oktoberfest Ale or one of their signature Miami Spice Cocktails.Read More
Ripe with Authenticity, Bar Primi Pop Up Entices Guests with Classic Italian Flavors
It may seem like every other week that The Dutch, located inside the W Hotel South Beach, puts on an event. From the summer BBQ series, to the Bar Primi pop up, Chefs Adonay Tarfur and Josh Gripper keep busy.
To close out the summer with a bang, the team at The Dutch have invited their sister restaurant Bar Primi from New York to enjoy that #MiamiLife and take advantage of our favorite time of year: Miami Spice Season. I was invited to join a few other food writers to experience this newest Spice twist.
Spearheaded by Chef Andrew Carmellini and Chef/Partner Sal Lamboglia, Bar Primi has become a New York Italian staple serving up classic, straight forward food straight from the motherland.Read More
Just when you thought you had covered all your favorite and discovered some new restaurants for Miami Spice, the menus get switched up for the second half of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau two month long Miami Spice.
Full menus and other details are available on I Love Miami Spice, but here goes a partial roundup of some the new and most popular menus for September.
At The Fontainebleau, La Côte, Hakkasan, Scarpetta and StripSteak by Michael Mina will offer Miami Spice dining opportunities seven days a week. Three course prix fixe dinners will be available nightly at Hakkasan, Scarpetta and StripSteak, while La Côte offers a breeze-fueled lunch every day. Additionally, Hakkasan will once again offer its legendary weekend Dim Sum lunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Vegetarian menu options will be available at all venues. Miami Spice pricing of $23 for lunch and $39 for dinner per person, exclusive of tax and gratuity, will be in effect; wine flights at an additional price are also on offer during dinner. As always, many of the menu favorites from Fontainebleau’s award-winning restaurants are featured as part of Miami Spice menus. The Fontainebleau 4441 Collins Ave. Miami Beach FL. 877 326 -7412.Read More