With over 200 restaurants to choose from, Miami Spice can be daunting for diners. Figuring out which restaurants are worth your money is a mission; there are just so many menus to review. We’ll make your decision easy: Run — don’t walk — to Fooq’s for Miami Spice.
Every year, we look forward to Miami Spice. Why? Because Bourbon Steak and Corsair Kitchen & Bar put out some of our favorite Miami Spice menus in town. This year is no different, as both restaurants at Turnberry Isle are participating again.
Fontainebleau is kicking off Miami Spice with a bang. This year, guests can expect hotel signatures and AAA Four Diamond winners Hakkasan and Scarpetta by Scott Conant to join the fun along with StripSteak by Michael Mina.
Throughout the months of August and September, all three of the restaurants will offer Miami Spice dining seven days a week.
When it comes to food, we usually opt for casual cuisine over fine dining. But when we do have the hankering for fancy fare, we go all out. Miami Spice makes it easy to do so: Restaurants that would typically be out of our price range are suddenly affordable. One of those restaurants is Palme d’Or at the Biltmore.
The AAA Five Diamond restaurant is fine dining at its finest, so the $39 Spice offerings are a phenomenal value. And when you factor in the impeccable service and beautiful, vibrant dishes, Palme d’Or is a Miami Spice must.
Byblos has one of the best Miami Spice menus you’ll try this year. Although there are over 250 restaurants participating in Spice, you can tell some restaurants are just going through the motions. Not Byblos: The Mediterranean establishment fully embraces the two-month promotion, giving guests a taste of the best dishes on the menu. If there’s only one Miami Spice deal you try, make it this one. Here’s why.