Miami Spice 2016/ Top 5 Must Tries

Here is your chance to indulge and truly experience the taste of South Florida beginning August 1st through September 30th.

Miami Spice is finally here and foodies from all over South Florida are rejoicing as more than 250 restaurants offer the best of the best with 3 course offerings at only $23 for lunch and $39 for dinner. With so many different menus to choose from, I narrowed it down to my top 5 must tries of this years Miami Spice for Lunch and for Dinner:

LUNCH: $23 ( Drinks, tax & gratuity not included)

94th Aero Squadron Restaurant 

With views overlooking the Miami International Airport, 94th Aero Squadron is a refreshing change of scenery that you might just not want to miss this Summer. Their Miami Spice Lunch Menu offers 3 options for appetizers and 5 options of entrees , giving every picky eater a variety of dishes to choose from. The Beer Cheese Soup is a must try, being one of their signature items since 1974! Lunch is typically served from 11:00am – 4:00pm, and will be offered Monday – Friday.  ( Not in the mood for Miami Spice? Try their Champagne Sunday Brunch! Carving, pasta, and omelette stations, plus fresh seafood and dessert buffets galore)

1395 NW 57th Ave, Miami, FL 33126

Chef Adrianne’s Vineyard Restaurant & Wine Bar

I am just going to go ahead and be 100% honest here, this is by far my favorite restaurant in South Florida! A true hidden gem, nestled in the heart of Kendall, Chef Adrianne’s is a true reflection of how someones passion for food can be tasted in every dish and every bite! Ladies and gentlemen if you want flavor, presentation, ambiance and taste bud magic, than I implore you to try Chef Adrianne’s Vineyard Restaurant & Wine Bar. The Miami Spice menu offers 3 choice of appetizers, and 4 entree choices. A Dark Chocolate and Nutella Croissant Bread Pudding with Vanilla ice cream is the only real choice you need when it comes to the dessert option. If this is your first year giving Miami Spice a try, then make Chef Adrianne’s your first choice. Lunch is available from 11am-2:30pm Tuesday – Friday & Saturdays beginning at 12:00pm. I promise you wont regret it. (Reservations are highly recommended)

11510 SW 147 Avenue
Miami, Fl 33196

Phone: (305) 408-8386
              (305) 408-8388

http://www.miamiandbeaches.com/restaurant/chef-adriannes-vineyard-restaurant-and-wine-bar/34544

 

 

DINNER : $39 ( Drinks, tax & gratuity not included)

 

Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar

If fun bold flavors is what you are craving, than Pisco Y Nazca might be what you are looking for. Located in The Palms at Town & Country, this fairly new eatery serves Peruvian dishes with a modern twist. If you are a fan of seafood than the Ceviche Tropical would be your choice of appetizer along with their Pescado Andino ( Sanpper Filet with a creamy huacatay sauce. Their Miami Spice menu includes your choice of one of 5 appetizers , 5 entrees , and 2 desserts. Great spot for socializing while enjoying great tasting dishes! Miami Spice dinner menu is being offered Monday – Sunday (hours vary)

The Palms at Town & Country

8405 Mills Drive, #260
Miami, FL 33183
Next to Blue Martini
TEL 305-630-3844

http://www.miamiandbeaches.com/restaurant/pisco-y-nazca-ceviche-gastrobar-kendall/36233

El Cielo Restaurant 

This is the only restaurant on the list that I myself have not actually tried. I decided to include it because after carefully reading through the menu and studying other articles about this place, I realized how intrigued it had me. This truly seems like a one of a kind experience of combining molecular gastronomy techniques with fine dining.  I am a firm believer that food can reach so many other senses in the body and when done right can take you through both a cultural & culinary journey. El Cielo is offering both a Lunch and Dinner menu for Miami Spice. From what I have been able to gather, the portions are small, so if you need Flinstone dishes, than this might not be the place for you. Now if you are like me and want to dabble more on the adventurous side than why not give this place a try. Their Miami Spice Menu includes things like Choco Therapy and a Spicy Cheese Ice cream w/Guava sauce & Crocanticos of Pistacchio.

31 SE 5TH St, Brickell On The River North Tower

Miami, Florida, 33131

Phone: 305 755-8840

http://www.miamiandbeaches.com/restaurant/el-cielo-restaurant/117911

CHRISTY’S

A local landmark of 35 years, Christy’s was the very first restaurant that I had ever tried during Miami Spice month 10 years ago! Now there are a few reasons why this fine dining establishment has been around for as long as it has. Romantic ambiance, chic sophistication, and a menu that is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters, Christy’s is a must try during this years Miami Spice. The Lobster bisque, one of the appetizer choices in their Miami spice menu, has been one of my favorite dishes for its savory and creamy flavor. Perfectly cooked Filet Mignon , and a beautiful baked Alaska are some of the traditional dishes that you would expect to find at this premier steakhouse. This is the right choice for a date night or even to sit back and enjoy live jazz at their piano bar! Their Miami Spice menu is being offered Monday – Saturday, with dinner beginning at 5:00pm.

3101 Ponce de Leon Blvd

Miami, FL 33134

Phone: 446-1400

http://www.miamiandbeaches.com/restaurant/christys-restaurant/100703

 

To check out the full Miami Spice Menus of the restaurants mentioned above as well as all participating restaurants, please follow the link below!

http://www.miamiandbeaches.com/special-offers/monthly-deals/miami-spice-month/participating-restaurants

Remember, there is no rush. Take your time and savor every bite!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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