Miami, FL

5 restaurants you should try during Miami Spice month

Adriana Jimenez

(MIAMI, Fla.) Miami Spice is officially back for its 20th edition! That means that from August 1 through September 30th, foodies can indulge in some of Miami's best restaurants at discounted prices. The annual dining promotion, which offers fixed-price deals on lunch and dinner, has published 114 restaurants participating this year.

If you're unsure where you'd like to dine, the Miami Spice website has curated collections of restaurants that you can make a reservation for, from Pao at the luxurious Faena Hotel to the Brickell classic Barsecco. The website breaks down the restaurants by neighborhood, cuisine type, dietary options (including kosher and vegan), and which days of the week it is available. 


Dates: The promotion runs Aug. 1 through Sept. 30

Cost: Fixed price menus cost $28 a person for brunch and lunch, $42 for dinner

Here are five restaurants we recommend you try before the event ends:

Juvia Miami

1111 Lincoln Road

Miami Beach, FL 33139

Juvia is a rooftop restaurant and lounge with amazing views of Miami Beach. The white interior with purple accents & lush vertical garden fuses modern-chic vibes with a trendy elegance that creates the perfect setting for a celebration, date night, or night out on the town. During Miami Spice dinner, their offering includes agave glazed pork, avocado bowl, and crunchy tiramisu. 

Estiatorio Milos

730 First Street

Miami Beach, FL 33139

At Estiatorio Milos, fish and seafood meet a refined approach to Greek cuisine. The fresh seafood selection is shipped daily from the Mediterranean. The Miami Spice menu offerings include Greek meze plate, Faroe wild salmon, and their famous walnut cake - Karydopita.  

Toro Toro

InterContinental Miami

100 Chopin Plaza

Miami, FL 33131

Toro Toro is a modern steakhouse with a Latin-American twist. The dining experience is more than a meal; it's a celebration. It features Pan-Latin flavors, innovative sharing plates, an extensive wine list, and fresh produce. A perfect location if you're looking for a 'Miami chic' venue with leather couches and armchairs complemented by wrought iron and dark wood. For Miami Spice, Toro Toro offers various options such as a tomahawk pork chop, grilled shrimp, and Frito chicken thighs. If you're craving something sweet, their options include rum cake and their signature dulce de leche dessert, 'La Bomba.' 

Bourbon Steak Miami

JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa

19999 W. Country Club Drive

Miami, FL 33180

Famous for its signature butter-poached steaks and duck fat fries, this steakhouse offers an upscale dining experience with exceptional offerings like the filet mignon and a certified Angus rib cap. For dessert, they also have mouth-watering options like the Nutella cheesecake or the strawberry Greek yogurt panna cotta.  

Katsuya South Beach

SLS Hotel South Beach
1701 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Katsuya serves sushi and other Japanese delicacies fused with Latin flavors. This upscale restaurant located at the SLS South Beach Hotel has a varied selection of vegetables, seafood, beef, and poultry. Their Miami Spice menu includes options like the truffle ponchu ceviche, beef short ribs, and miso-glazed black cod. For dessert, you can indulge in coconut-infused donuts or a sweet chawanmushi. 

To see the complete list of restaurants, visit the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau website,

This is original content from NewsBreak’s Creator Program. Join today to publish and share your own content.

This is original content from NewsBreak’s Creator Program. Join today to publish and share your own content.

Comments / 2

Published by

Bilingual journalist writing on all things Miami and South Florida.

Miami, FL

More from Adriana Jimenez

Comments / 0