Let’s face the facts: Dining out can be an expensive experience. Thanks to Miami Spice, though, it doesn’t have to be. You can easily dine at some of the city’s best restaurants for a fraction of the cost for two months. As a diner, it’s in your best interests to pick places normally out of your price range. For us, one of those places is Alter.
With Miami Spice wrapping up in less than a month, figuring out where to eat has become even harder. The time crunch means that you really can’t waste any time with ho-hum menus — you should only be picking the best spots. And one of those spots is Cecconi’s.
When it comes to Miami Spice, the menu at Red, the Steakhouse South Beach pulls no punches. Chef Peter Vauthy and his team rotate the Spice menu regularly to keep guests on their toes. Through September 30, diners can expect a unique experience during each visit to the steakhouse.
Here are a few reasons we can’t recommend the place enough.
Obra Kitchen Table is the definition of a hidden gem. The restaurant is a standout in Miami’s crowded food scene, but it’s a bit hard to find. Unless you’re really looking for it, you’ll likely walk right past the low-key condo location. You’ll definitely want to keep your eyes peeled, though, as this eatery’s Miami Spice menu is not to be missed.
If there’s one word to describe Boulud Sud, it’s consistent. We’ve been to the Mediterranean-inspired restaurant several times since its opening, and it’s consistently delicious. This year’s Miami Spice lunch menu maintains that trend: Diverse, tasty creations are in store for anyone who comes in to try the special two-month menu by Chef Clark Bowen.