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11 Can’t-Miss Miami Meal Deals

The most bang for your buck

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Everyone enjoys a good deal. And while many Miamians anticipate the arrival of August and September for Miami Spice, there are many restaurants offering two- and three-course deals for the same price (and even less) all year long.

Whether its a power lunch to impress a client or co-workers, dinner with family or friends, or even an intimate dinner, there’s no need to break the bank for a good meal. Below is a list of some of Miami’s best menus for a bargain price mapped out in geographical order from north to south.

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OMAKAI sushi

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Adventurous palates will appreciate the omakase tasting menus starting at $17 for lunch and $24 for dinner at Omakai. All menus begin with edamame and a sashimi special, and continue on to dishes such as bluefin tuna, yellowtail, salmon, negi-toro, and hand rolls. Add to the meal with beverage selections of soft drinks, beers, wines, and sakes, plus mochi for dessert.

Lobster Bar Sea Grille

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Feast on a two-course seafood menu in the South of Fifth neighborhood favorite every night of the week. The $39 meal includes an entree and choice of either salad or dessert. Choose from options like the Hawaiian sesame seed ahi tuna or the Chilean sea bass a la Bangkok. Upgrades to the one-pound jumbo lobster or one pound of Alaskan red king crab legs are available for an additional $29.

Estiatorio Milos by Costas Spiliadis

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Those craving a Mediterranean-inspired lunch will appreciate the $29 three-course menu offered every day of the week at Milos. Begin with appetizer selections including a Greek mezze plate, or the Milos salmon with cream cheese, red onions, and capers on a sesame bagel. The entree choices include dishes like salmon or tuna with with baby beets. Rounding out the meal is choice of Milos’ popular “real” Greek yogurt imported from Greece or a fruit plate.

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

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End the week on a good note on Sundays at Fleming’s with its $39 dinner deal. Start with a Caesar salad or Fleming’s salad, then move on to the main course with options like a petite filet mignon or lobster tail (upgrade the filet to full size portion for an additional $7), and end the meal with a three-layer carrot cake or key lime pie.

Cafe La Trova

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Enjoy a three-course Cuban lunch at chef Michelle Bernstein’s latest endeavor on Calle Ocho for $23. Begin with a choice of eleven appetizers including options like steak or chicken empanadas, paella croquetas, or a Cuban-Lebanese hummus bowl. For the main course opt for options like a Cuban sandwich, arroz con pollo, or the braised mojo marinated pork shoulder. End the meal with flan de mama or Michy’s bread pudding with chocolate, Cuban rum soaked raisins and orange rind.

Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita

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Dine on a four-tier pricing dinner menu inclusive of an appetizer of choice (eighteen available) with prices ranging from $22.99 to $33.99 offering three to six options. The first tier features oxtail tacos and spaghetti aglio olio. The second tier offers a quinoa pad thai with shrimp and farfalle with salmon priced at $26.99. The third a Parmesan crusted veal milanese, and pan seared grouper with lobster aioli au gratin for $32.99. The last tier features a churrasco and grilled octopus. Plus, take advantage of the $19.99 bottles of house wines when dining.

Su Shin Izakaya

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Expect a friendly, “Hello! How’re you?” from the owner, Chika Abe upon arrival at this Coral Gables Japanese restaurant. The weekday lunch specials are priced at $11.95 and begin with hot miso soup, followed by six entree selections like sashimi, sautéed vegetables, fish or chicken teriyaki, sushi, yakiniku (stir fried garlic flavored beef). All dishes are served with salad, shrimp and vegetable tempura plus a California roll.

Cibo Wine Bar Coral Gables

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If an Italian meal is desired, the $19 three-course lunch deal at Cibo is where to go. Start with choice of either Caesar, mixed greens, or spinach salads. Next up are the main entrees which include six pasta dishes including gnocchi pomodoro and rigatori with Italian sausage, and five pizza selections with varying toppings. Leave room for chef’s choice of dessert with items like the chocolate bomb or panna cotta.

Bulla Gastrobar (Multiple locations)

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Bulla offers up two- and three-course lunch deals priced at $19 and $24. Start off with appetizers such as Serrano ham croquettes or spinach salad, then continue on to the mains that include items like salmon with baby spinach, Bulla burger, or bistro steak with patatas bravas. Last but not least, dessert choices are coconut flan, or the fan favorite churros with chocolate and dulce de leche dipping sauces.

Flanigan's Seafood Bar and Grill (Multiple locations)

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Head to Flanigan’s for its meal deals that range from $14.99 to $21.99 and include items like wings, fried shrimp, New York strip, and a full rack of ribs. All dishes include a complimentary beverage including soda, draft beer or wine, plus a Caesar salad and three garlic rolls. There’s also the Lunch Club $5.99 specials (with purchase of beverage) which include soup and sandwich or salad, a ten-ounce burger with curly fries, and a blackened tilapia sandwich with choice of potato or rice.

Sushi Maki (Multiple locations)

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Sushi Maki’s lunch deal features eight bento boxes priced from $9.50 to $15 and includes miso soup or salad, two chicken gyozas, fried rice, edamame, and four pieces of a California roll. Sushi and sashimi aficionados can opt for the sushi special with six chef’s choice pieces for $12, or sashimi special with nine cuts for $18 — both include choice of miso soup or salad. Another hearty dish is the curry with choice of tofu or chicken with white or brown rice plus salad or miso soup for $11 or $12, respectively,

OMAKAI sushi

Adventurous palates will appreciate the omakase tasting menus starting at $17 for lunch and $24 for dinner at Omakai. All menus begin with edamame and a sashimi special, and continue on to dishes such as bluefin tuna, yellowtail, salmon, negi-toro, and hand rolls. Add to the meal with beverage selections of soft drinks, beers, wines, and sakes, plus mochi for dessert.

Lobster Bar Sea Grille

Feast on a two-course seafood menu in the South of Fifth neighborhood favorite every night of the week. The $39 meal includes an entree and choice of either salad or dessert. Choose from options like the Hawaiian sesame seed ahi tuna or the Chilean sea bass a la Bangkok. Upgrades to the one-pound jumbo lobster or one pound of Alaskan red king crab legs are available for an additional $29.

Estiatorio Milos by Costas Spiliadis

Those craving a Mediterranean-inspired lunch will appreciate the $29 three-course menu offered every day of the week at Milos. Begin with appetizer selections including a Greek mezze plate, or the Milos salmon with cream cheese, red onions, and capers on a sesame bagel. The entree choices include dishes like salmon or tuna with with baby beets. Rounding out the meal is choice of Milos’ popular “real” Greek yogurt imported from Greece or a fruit plate.

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

End the week on a good note on Sundays at Fleming’s with its $39 dinner deal. Start with a Caesar salad or Fleming’s salad, then move on to the main course with options like a petite filet mignon or lobster tail (upgrade the filet to full size portion for an additional $7), and end the meal with a three-layer carrot cake or key lime pie.

Cafe La Trova

Enjoy a three-course Cuban lunch at chef Michelle Bernstein’s latest endeavor on Calle Ocho for $23. Begin with a choice of eleven appetizers including options like steak or chicken empanadas, paella croquetas, or a Cuban-Lebanese hummus bowl. For the main course opt for options like a Cuban sandwich, arroz con pollo, or the braised mojo marinated pork shoulder. End the meal with flan de mama or Michy’s bread pudding with chocolate, Cuban rum soaked raisins and orange rind.

Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita

Dine on a four-tier pricing dinner menu inclusive of an appetizer of choice (eighteen available) with prices ranging from $22.99 to $33.99 offering three to six options. The first tier features oxtail tacos and spaghetti aglio olio. The second tier offers a quinoa pad thai with shrimp and farfalle with salmon priced at $26.99. The third a Parmesan crusted veal milanese, and pan seared grouper with lobster aioli au gratin for $32.99. The last tier features a churrasco and grilled octopus. Plus, take advantage of the $19.99 bottles of house wines when dining.

Su Shin Izakaya

Expect a friendly, “Hello! How’re you?” from the owner, Chika Abe upon arrival at this Coral Gables Japanese restaurant. The weekday lunch specials are priced at $11.95 and begin with hot miso soup, followed by six entree selections like sashimi, sautéed vegetables, fish or chicken teriyaki, sushi, yakiniku (stir fried garlic flavored beef). All dishes are served with salad, shrimp and vegetable tempura plus a California roll.

Cibo Wine Bar Coral Gables

If an Italian meal is desired, the $19 three-course lunch deal at Cibo is where to go. Start with choice of either Caesar, mixed greens, or spinach salads. Next up are the main entrees which include six pasta dishes including gnocchi pomodoro and rigatori with Italian sausage, and five pizza selections with varying toppings. Leave room for chef’s choice of dessert with items like the chocolate bomb or panna cotta.

Bulla Gastrobar (Multiple locations)

Bulla offers up two- and three-course lunch deals priced at $19 and $24. Start off with appetizers such as Serrano ham croquettes or spinach salad, then continue on to the mains that include items like salmon with baby spinach, Bulla burger, or bistro steak with patatas bravas. Last but not least, dessert choices are coconut flan, or the fan favorite churros with chocolate and dulce de leche dipping sauces.

Flanigan's Seafood Bar and Grill (Multiple locations)

Head to Flanigan’s for its meal deals that range from $14.99 to $21.99 and include items like wings, fried shrimp, New York strip, and a full rack of ribs. All dishes include a complimentary beverage including soda, draft beer or wine, plus a Caesar salad and three garlic rolls. There’s also the Lunch Club $5.99 specials (with purchase of beverage) which include soup and sandwich or salad, a ten-ounce burger with curly fries, and a blackened tilapia sandwich with choice of potato or rice.

Sushi Maki (Multiple locations)

Sushi Maki’s lunch deal features eight bento boxes priced from $9.50 to $15 and includes miso soup or salad, two chicken gyozas, fried rice, edamame, and four pieces of a California roll. Sushi and sashimi aficionados can opt for the sushi special with six chef’s choice pieces for $12, or sashimi special with nine cuts for $18 — both include choice of miso soup or salad. Another hearty dish is the curry with choice of tofu or chicken with white or brown rice plus salad or miso soup for $11 or $12, respectively,

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