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.
When we search for good Miami Spice deals, we look at several factors. For us, value and variety are two of the most important things (besides taste, of course). Katsuya’s Miami Spice menu checks off all these boxes. Not only do you get four dishes instead of the usual three, but you get a handful of options for each course. Plus, the Spice menu costs you a portion of what the a la carte price would be.
This is why we can’t recommend Katsuya enough.
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.
With Miami Spice well underway and over 200 restaurants to visit, there’s a lot of eating to do. Focusing your sights on hotels makes it easier (and faster) to start dwindling that list down — you have a bunch of restaurants all in one spot, so you can spend a day dining out and enjoying Miami Spice selections. Case in point: The Confidante.
At La Mar inside Mandarin Oriental, Miami, you’ll find one of our favorite chefs: Diego Oka. We’ve been to La Mar several times (Exhibit A and Exhibit B), and Chef Oka’s dishes have always left us dazzled. Unsurprisingly, this year’s Miami Spice menu elicited the same response: $39 for this quality of food is a steal.