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11 Miami Spice Lunch Deals to Try Right Now

Three-courses, endless options

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Spiced cauliflower at Jaya
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Miami Spice, the Magic City’s annual two-month-long restaurant promotion offering discounted meals at hundreds of restaurants around town, is back for its twentieth installment starting August 1. During the months of August and September, food lovers around town can dine on three-course brunch, lunch, and dinner menus for $28 for brunch and lunch and $42 for dinner. While the original premise of Miami Spice was to drive business to the restaurants’ slow summer months, over the years it has evolved to a much-anticipated celebration and exploration of Miami’s bustling culinary scene at a more pocket-friendly price.

Below are 11 Miami Spice lunch menus covering a diverse selection of cuisines and neighborhoods. From newcomers to city staples, there’s a Miami Spice lunch menu for everyone to get excited about.

The latest CDC guidance for vaccinated diners during the COVID-19 outbreak is here; dining out still carries risks for unvaccinated diners and workers. Please be aware of changing local rules, and check individual restaurant websites for any additional restrictions such as mask requirements. Find a local vaccination site here.

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CORSAIR kitchen & bar

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Take in the scenic golf course views while enjoying Corsair’s Miami Spice lunch menu. Housed inside Aventura’s JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Inn, its Spice lunch menu features items like cornmeal-crusted fish sandwiches; a summer salad with grilled peaches, blueberries, roasted corn, and blue cheese; and the restaurant’s popular burger. Available Monday to Friday.

Atlantikos

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For Miami Spice, this chic Greek restaurant inside the St. Regis Bal Harbour begins its lunch menu with Greek salad, braised lamb meatballs, or grilled branzino. For the main course, don’t pass on the oven-roasted lamb chops with pea and chickpea puree, and then finish the meal with a baklava tart with a scoop of honey ice cream. Available daily. 

Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar (Multiple locations)

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This modern Peruvian restaurant offers plenty of its classic dishes for its Miami Spice lunch menu. Diners can order favorites like ceviche cremoso (fish, shrimp, leche de tigre, sweet potato, lime), papas huancaina (potatoes, spicy cheese sauce, boiled egg, olives), and empanadas de aji de gallina (chicken stew, rocoto pepper aioli, yellow chili pepper sauce), to name a few. For the main course, find dishes like pollo saltado (Peruvian chicken stir-fry), salmon Andino (seared salmon with quinoa salad), and chaufa seafood (Peruvian fried rice). Dessert combines two staples into one with an arroz con leche cheesecake. Available daily.

OLA Restaurant

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Chef Carlos Castro’s modern Latin American restaurant Ola offers an extensive Miami Spice lunch menu this year. Diners can begin the meal with dishes like corvina ceviche, short rib empanadas, and heirloom tomato salad. Choose between items like roasted Cuban pork, mahi-mahi, or skirt steak for the main dish, and finish the meal with a deconstructed key lime pie. Available daily. 

Jaya at The Setai

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Leaving hungry is not an option at this sleek Asian and Indian restaurant inside Miami Beach’s Setai hotel. Chicken Panang curry, samosas, pad Thai, and grilled salmon fill the restaurant’s Miami Spice lunch menu. For a few dollars more, truffle dumplings, filet mignon, and hamachi can also be part of the meal. Available Monday to Saturday. 

Stiltsville Fish Bar

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Culinary power couple Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth cater to anyone looking for an approachable seafood-filled meal at this Sunset Harbour mainstay. For lunch at Stiltsville during Miami Spice, begin with the smoked fish dip, crab cakes, or grilled mango salad. Follow it up with a krab wedge salad, grilled mahi-mahi sandwich, shrimp lettuce wraps, or the Southern favorite of shrimp and grits. For dessert, no diner should miss the coconut key lime pie. Available Monday to Friday.

Fuego y Mar

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Fuego y Mar’s Miami Spice menu showcases a wide array of Latin American flavors and cooking styles. It kicks off with an appetizer of watermelon and feta cheese, followed by entrees like a crispy octopus and chorizo sandwich, which gets topped with chimichurri aioli. End the meal with flan or a tropical sorbet.

Pubbelly Sushi (Multiple locations)

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Those craving inventive sushi should make sure that Pubbelly Sushi is high on their must-try list. The restaurant offers a broad range of choices, including robata-grilled dishes, sushi, and vegetarian selections. Guests can opt for filet mignon skewers, kimchi fried rice, shrimp tempura, shiitake bao, crispy avocado rolls, and more. Available Monday to Friday.

Tur Kitchen

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At this Coral Gables Mediterranean restaurant, diners will find multiple choices for Miami Spice lunch. Appetizer options include beet and asparagus salad, chilled potato and leek soup, and chive chickpea spread with pomegranate and sumac. For the main course, choose between gnocchi with artichokes, baby pork ribs with Moruno sauce (a Spanish/Morrocan marinade), or cauliflower steak with tabouleh and mint. Complete the experience with a chocolate souffle for dessert.

Bulla Gastrobar (Multiple locations)

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This festive Spanish restaurant’s Miami Spice lunch menu has something for everyone. Start the meal with calamari, salmon carpaccio, or the restaurant’s popular huevos Bulla, poached eggs served over potato chips, topped with Serrano ham, potato foam, and truffle oil. Main courses include mushroom risotto, the Bulla burger, or chicken with red pepper stew. End the meal with churros or flan, of course. Available Monday to Friday.

Glass & Vine

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Enjoy a lush mid-day escape at this restaurant housed inside Peacock Park. Guests can choose between an onion-and-cheese flatbread, Ceasar salad, or antipasto. For the second course, options include a fish sandwich, black truffle chicken gnocchi, or steak frites. Dessert represents Miami proudly with guava bread pudding. Available Monday to Friday.

CORSAIR kitchen & bar

Take in the scenic golf course views while enjoying Corsair’s Miami Spice lunch menu. Housed inside Aventura’s JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Inn, its Spice lunch menu features items like cornmeal-crusted fish sandwiches; a summer salad with grilled peaches, blueberries, roasted corn, and blue cheese; and the restaurant’s popular burger. Available Monday to Friday.

Atlantikos

For Miami Spice, this chic Greek restaurant inside the St. Regis Bal Harbour begins its lunch menu with Greek salad, braised lamb meatballs, or grilled branzino. For the main course, don’t pass on the oven-roasted lamb chops with pea and chickpea puree, and then finish the meal with a baklava tart with a scoop of honey ice cream. Available daily. 

Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar (Multiple locations)

This modern Peruvian restaurant offers plenty of its classic dishes for its Miami Spice lunch menu. Diners can order favorites like ceviche cremoso (fish, shrimp, leche de tigre, sweet potato, lime), papas huancaina (potatoes, spicy cheese sauce, boiled egg, olives), and empanadas de aji de gallina (chicken stew, rocoto pepper aioli, yellow chili pepper sauce), to name a few. For the main course, find dishes like pollo saltado (Peruvian chicken stir-fry), salmon Andino (seared salmon with quinoa salad), and chaufa seafood (Peruvian fried rice). Dessert combines two staples into one with an arroz con leche cheesecake. Available daily.

OLA Restaurant

Chef Carlos Castro’s modern Latin American restaurant Ola offers an extensive Miami Spice lunch menu this year. Diners can begin the meal with dishes like corvina ceviche, short rib empanadas, and heirloom tomato salad. Choose between items like roasted Cuban pork, mahi-mahi, or skirt steak for the main dish, and finish the meal with a deconstructed key lime pie. Available daily. 

Jaya at The Setai

Leaving hungry is not an option at this sleek Asian and Indian restaurant inside Miami Beach’s Setai hotel. Chicken Panang curry, samosas, pad Thai, and grilled salmon fill the restaurant’s Miami Spice lunch menu. For a few dollars more, truffle dumplings, filet mignon, and hamachi can also be part of the meal. Available Monday to Saturday. 

Stiltsville Fish Bar

Culinary power couple Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth cater to anyone looking for an approachable seafood-filled meal at this Sunset Harbour mainstay. For lunch at Stiltsville during Miami Spice, begin with the smoked fish dip, crab cakes, or grilled mango salad. Follow it up with a krab wedge salad, grilled mahi-mahi sandwich, shrimp lettuce wraps, or the Southern favorite of shrimp and grits. For dessert, no diner should miss the coconut key lime pie. Available Monday to Friday.

Fuego y Mar

Fuego y Mar’s Miami Spice menu showcases a wide array of Latin American flavors and cooking styles. It kicks off with an appetizer of watermelon and feta cheese, followed by entrees like a crispy octopus and chorizo sandwich, which gets topped with chimichurri aioli. End the meal with flan or a tropical sorbet.

Pubbelly Sushi (Multiple locations)

Those craving inventive sushi should make sure that Pubbelly Sushi is high on their must-try list. The restaurant offers a broad range of choices, including robata-grilled dishes, sushi, and vegetarian selections. Guests can opt for filet mignon skewers, kimchi fried rice, shrimp tempura, shiitake bao, crispy avocado rolls, and more. Available Monday to Friday.

Tur Kitchen

At this Coral Gables Mediterranean restaurant, diners will find multiple choices for Miami Spice lunch. Appetizer options include beet and asparagus salad, chilled potato and leek soup, and chive chickpea spread with pomegranate and sumac. For the main course, choose between gnocchi with artichokes, baby pork ribs with Moruno sauce (a Spanish/Morrocan marinade), or cauliflower steak with tabouleh and mint. Complete the experience with a chocolate souffle for dessert.

Bulla Gastrobar (Multiple locations)

This festive Spanish restaurant’s Miami Spice lunch menu has something for everyone. Start the meal with calamari, salmon carpaccio, or the restaurant’s popular huevos Bulla, poached eggs served over potato chips, topped with Serrano ham, potato foam, and truffle oil. Main courses include mushroom risotto, the Bulla burger, or chicken with red pepper stew. End the meal with churros or flan, of course. Available Monday to Friday.

Glass & Vine

Enjoy a lush mid-day escape at this restaurant housed inside Peacock Park. Guests can choose between an onion-and-cheese flatbread, Ceasar salad, or antipasto. For the second course, options include a fish sandwich, black truffle chicken gnocchi, or steak frites. Dessert represents Miami proudly with guava bread pudding. Available Monday to Friday.

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