5 Last-Minute Miami Spice Picks

Miami Spice is wrapping up at the end of the month. If you haven’t taken advantage of the generous deals by now, you still have a few days. Snag a Miami Spice reservation at these five spots before it’s too late.

Boulud Sud

Downtown Miami’s beloved Boulud Sud has fully reopened, and its Miami Spice menu is one that’s not to be missed. The Mediterranean-inspired eatery has consistently been switching up its Spice offerings to keep diners on their toes, and it’s going out with a bang in these final days. The branzino with its tomato-piquillo peppers compote is a must, and the colorful desserts are as tasty as they are pretty. And that wine selection ::chef’s kiss::.


Over in Wynwood, Buya is serving up one of the best Miami Spice deals in town. While most places will offer you the standard three dishes for the promotion, Buya steps it up a notch with multiple dishes for each course. Some highlights include the tempura beech mushroom, duck gyoza hot pot, yellowfin tuna sashimi and wagyu skewers. It’s a deal that seems too good to be true, but it’s definitely true – just note that the entire table must participate.

Osteria Morini

Osteria Morini is the newest restaurant on this list, and the Italian restaurant’s inaugural Miami Spice menu is mind-blowing. This was our favorite Miami Spice meal this year for multiple reasons: our pasta and fish were outstanding, and the restaurant offers a NEGRONI FLIGHT – a Miami Spice first (in our experience). The menu is on the shorter side, but there are no wrong choices here. If only have time to visit one restaurant on this list, make it this one.

Phuc Yea

Phuc Yea in MiMo takes Miami Spice seriously. Not only does the Vietnamese-Cajun spot boast a decadent Spice menu, but it also offers an equally impressive cocktail pairing (for an additional charge). Among our favorite bites: the sesame chicken dumplings, the PY noodles, and the enormous smoked short rib with spicy watermelon salad. Be warned that some of the selections are pretty spicy, but if you can handle the heat, you’re in for a treat.

Red South Beach

Another place that doesn’t hold back for Miami Spice is Red South Beach. The iconic South of Fifth steakhouse has kept things interesting by constantly switching up its offerings throughout the promotion. One week, the menu was seafood driven. Another week, it was all about Italian specialties. The one constant: delicious steak. Portions are huge here, so make sure to come hungry or bring a big group to make the most of the experience.

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