Like we’ve mentioned in earlier posts, hotels make Miami Spice dining so easy. Everything’s in one spot, so it’s relatively effortless to spend a day stuffing your face with delicious deals. At Fontainebleau Miami Beach, almost every restaurant on-site is taking part in the two-month promotion. Last week, we had a chance to dine around the property. Here are the highlights.
Pasta makes any situation better — especially when the pasta is from Via Emilia 9. Whether you’re in the mood for something light, something heavy or something in between, the Miami Beach eatery has over a dozen pastas to choose from, and they’re made fresh every day by the resident Sfogliana (female pasta maker). Stop by 1120 15th Street and try them for yourself.
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Earlier this week, Casa Noble Tequila and Macchialina joined forces for a Spaghetti Western-themed dinner that paired four tasty tequila cocktails with four equally tasty courses by Chef Michael Pirolo. Throughout the night, guests enjoyed flavorful dishes that shined the spotlight on an Italian favorite: Prosciutto di Parma.
Brad Kilgore needs no introduction. The widely acclaimed chef has been earning awards and accolades left and right — and deservedly so. He’s helped put Miami’s dining scene on the radar and then some.
Now, he’s taken his talents to Downtown Miami and turned theater food on its head with BRAVA By Brad Kilgore, the signature restaurant of the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.
As Miami Spice starts winding down, some restaurants have changed their menu for September and aren’t touching it the rest of the month. That’s fine and dandy, but dining out should be a little more adventurous. Thankfully, Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink isn’t resting on its laurels: the restaurant’s Miami Spice menu continues to change regularly, offering guests a different experience each time — and a satisfying one at that.