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10 Miami Spice Menus Not To Be Missed

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Ah, Miami Spice, thank you for existing. We've compiled a list of offerings (which start tomorrow, August 1) from various restaurants that seriously shouldn't be missed (Hakkasan, Makoto, The Dutch and more). There are many restaurants offering Miami Spice deals, though, so don't stop at these. Go ahead and indulge; now is the time to do so.


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Throughout August and September, Makoto will be offering three-course lunch and dinner specials for $23 and $39, respectively. Ah, the spicy tuna crispy rice, the grouper tempura – we know they’re calling you (and now you can answer affordably).

Terrazza at Shore Club

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Lunch: $23, dinner: $39, Belly: very pleased. Think of their Branzino and 8oz. Neapolitan meatball. Best option is to combine your Miami Spice deal with their Wine Down Wednesday deal and also score a half-off bottle or a $7 cocktail.

Biscayne Tavern

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For only $19, you can get a three-course lunch at Biscayne Tavern, complete with chef Will Biscoe’s staple chocolate chip cookies. If you want to go for dinner ($33 three-course menu), then you’ll also be getting a complimentary craft beer.

The Dutch

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For $39, you get a three-course meal. This will include appetizers like jar of chicken liver pate, grilled octopus and others; entrees like smoked ricotta anglotti and Key West pink shrimp; and desserts such as warm pecan pie and milk chocolate budino.

Bulla Restaurant

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Bulla’s $33 menu includes classics like the huevos bulla, lemon infused grilled octopus, churrasco and a sweet finale of coconut flan and crema catalana (the Catalonian version of crème brulee).
The Fontainebleau’s steakhouse has a $39 Miami Spice menu. Three-courses: Appetizers like yellow fin tuna tartare and black truffle beef stroganoff, entrees like braised beef short rib and pan seared mahi mahi, and a choice of dark chocolate cremeux or mango custard for dessert. Wine flights are available for an additional $20 or $30 (premium selection).

Hakkasan

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Hakkasan has some super affordable deals. Saturday and Sunday lunch is just $23 and includes a dim sum combo, a barbecue combo, an entrée, noodles and a dessert. Sunday through Friday dinner is $39 and comes with optional wine flights for an additional $25 or $35.

La Cote

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La Cote’s $39 pre-fixe menu boasts dishes like caramelized garlic and eggplant dip, fava bean anglotti, stuffed grape leaves, apple tart and warm chocolate cannelle.

Pubbelly

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This $33 menu gives you a lot of options (intended to be shared by a whole table): three appetizers, two dumpling options, two entrees and one veggie option. Think croquetas, pork belly and Brussels sprouts.

SUSHISAMBA Coral Gables

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Sunday through Thursday you get a three-course dinner for $39. Choose items like duck and foie gras gyoza, roasted salmon and red chocolate chili peppers.

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Makoto

Throughout August and September, Makoto will be offering three-course lunch and dinner specials for $23 and $39, respectively. Ah, the spicy tuna crispy rice, the grouper tempura – we know they’re calling you (and now you can answer affordably).

Terrazza at Shore Club

Lunch: $23, dinner: $39, Belly: very pleased. Think of their Branzino and 8oz. Neapolitan meatball. Best option is to combine your Miami Spice deal with their Wine Down Wednesday deal and also score a half-off bottle or a $7 cocktail.

Biscayne Tavern

For only $19, you can get a three-course lunch at Biscayne Tavern, complete with chef Will Biscoe’s staple chocolate chip cookies. If you want to go for dinner ($33 three-course menu), then you’ll also be getting a complimentary craft beer.

The Dutch

For $39, you get a three-course meal. This will include appetizers like jar of chicken liver pate, grilled octopus and others; entrees like smoked ricotta anglotti and Key West pink shrimp; and desserts such as warm pecan pie and milk chocolate budino.

Bulla Restaurant

Bulla’s $33 menu includes classics like the huevos bulla, lemon infused grilled octopus, churrasco and a sweet finale of coconut flan and crema catalana (the Catalonian version of crème brulee).

Gotham

The Fontainebleau’s steakhouse has a $39 Miami Spice menu. Three-courses: Appetizers like yellow fin tuna tartare and black truffle beef stroganoff, entrees like braised beef short rib and pan seared mahi mahi, and a choice of dark chocolate cremeux or mango custard for dessert. Wine flights are available for an additional $20 or $30 (premium selection).

Hakkasan

Hakkasan has some super affordable deals. Saturday and Sunday lunch is just $23 and includes a dim sum combo, a barbecue combo, an entrée, noodles and a dessert. Sunday through Friday dinner is $39 and comes with optional wine flights for an additional $25 or $35.

La Cote

La Cote’s $39 pre-fixe menu boasts dishes like caramelized garlic and eggplant dip, fava bean anglotti, stuffed grape leaves, apple tart and warm chocolate cannelle.

Pubbelly

This $33 menu gives you a lot of options (intended to be shared by a whole table): three appetizers, two dumpling options, two entrees and one veggie option. Think croquetas, pork belly and Brussels sprouts.

SUSHISAMBA Coral Gables

Sunday through Thursday you get a three-course dinner for $39. Choose items like duck and foie gras gyoza, roasted salmon and red chocolate chili peppers.

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