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Eat Like The Other Half With These Miami Spice Deals

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Miami has its fair share of swanky, "see-and-be-seen" establishments. The kind that host Dwyane Wade nightly and always have a private table on reserve for Beyonce and Jay-Z — you know, just in case they decide to stop in. These restaurants tend to serve food well out of the price range of us mere mortals, but alas, this is where good ol' Miami Spice comes into play. Now thanks to this special two-month restaurant deal, we (read: normal people) can have access to some of the most glamorous restaurants in town without the high price tag that usually comes with them. Below, we've rounded up some of the top Miami Spice picks at those typically too-hard-to-score dinner tables that are serving up impressive meals at discounted prices.
—Olee Fowler

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The newest addition to the Miami Beach posh dining ‘club’ is 1826, a restaurant whose kitchen is handled by a Michelin-starred chef and whose multi-level interiors are wow-worthy. No wonder tables and tables of models fill the restaurant every night. But for Miami Spice, diners can enjoy this extensive menu filled with items like smoked salmon mousse, poached Florida grouper and passion fruit semifreddo at a fraction of the price.

Cavalli Restaurant Miami

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When you think of bold, high-end fashion, Roberto Cavalli’s name usually pops up. His namesake restaurant in the South of Fifth neighborhood is filled with models and celebutants and has a Miami Spice menu fit for them. Available for dinner Sunday through Thursday, guests can nibble on items tuna carpaccio, seared corvina and for dessert a “choice of small pastries” because let’s be honest everyone still needs to fit into their Cavalli dress after the meal.

Cecconi's Miami Beach

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Located inside the uber exclusive Soho Beach House, this rustic outdoor restaurant is probably the most well-known hot spot for celebrities and socialites in Miami. During Miami Spice, you can dine like a lady who lunches every week day in the restaurant’s patio or channel your inner “no photographs please” movie star with its Spice dinner menu every Thursday through Sunday night.

Perched on top of the 1111 building on Lincoln Road, Juiva has some of the most beautiful views in town — with beautiful people to match. During August and September, guests can take in the gorgeous Miami Beach skyline and enjoy one of its bento-style boxes for lunch any day of the week during Miami Spice.

Take a break from all that Harry Winston (window) shopping and stop in to this chic Japanese eatery with all the other luxe Bal Harbour shoppers. Makoto’s Miami Spice menu showcases its most-buzzed about dishes like its Spicy Tuna Crispy Rice, Duck Ramen and Grouper Tempura, so you can fill up and not break the bank. Because let’s face it, you can do that easily in Bal Harbour.

Seasalt and Pepper

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This Miami River hot spot has been filled to the brim with celebrities since it opened in late 2013. After all, it is where Beyonce and Jay-Z broke their well-documented vegan fast. This restaurant offers up a Miami Spice for both lunch (Wednesday-Sunday) and dinner (Sunday-Thursday) with dishes like short rib papardelle and branzino. Hey, if it’s good enough for Queen Bey...

The Bazaar by Jose Andres at the SLS Hotel

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Jet-setters and gourmands alike flock to this restaurant, helmed by one of the world’s best chefs, Jose Andres. Situated right in the center of the pretty-peopled filled SLS Hotel, its Miami Spice menu serves the imaginative tapas that have made Andres world-known every Sunday through Thursday for dinner.

There is swanky dining in Miami — and then there is Zuma. The perpetually packed (and for good reason) Downtown Miami restaurant is where every celebrity makes a dinner stop when they are in town. Get your own taste of the good life every weekday for lunch and every Monday and Tuesday for dinner with its Miami Spice menu, and feast on favorites from its famous robata grill and plenty of fresh sashimi.

1826

The newest addition to the Miami Beach posh dining ‘club’ is 1826, a restaurant whose kitchen is handled by a Michelin-starred chef and whose multi-level interiors are wow-worthy. No wonder tables and tables of models fill the restaurant every night. But for Miami Spice, diners can enjoy this extensive menu filled with items like smoked salmon mousse, poached Florida grouper and passion fruit semifreddo at a fraction of the price.

Cavalli Restaurant Miami

When you think of bold, high-end fashion, Roberto Cavalli’s name usually pops up. His namesake restaurant in the South of Fifth neighborhood is filled with models and celebutants and has a Miami Spice menu fit for them. Available for dinner Sunday through Thursday, guests can nibble on items tuna carpaccio, seared corvina and for dessert a “choice of small pastries” because let’s be honest everyone still needs to fit into their Cavalli dress after the meal.

Cecconi's Miami Beach

Located inside the uber exclusive Soho Beach House, this rustic outdoor restaurant is probably the most well-known hot spot for celebrities and socialites in Miami. During Miami Spice, you can dine like a lady who lunches every week day in the restaurant’s patio or channel your inner “no photographs please” movie star with its Spice dinner menu every Thursday through Sunday night.

Juvia

Perched on top of the 1111 building on Lincoln Road, Juiva has some of the most beautiful views in town — with beautiful people to match. During August and September, guests can take in the gorgeous Miami Beach skyline and enjoy one of its bento-style boxes for lunch any day of the week during Miami Spice.

Makoto

Take a break from all that Harry Winston (window) shopping and stop in to this chic Japanese eatery with all the other luxe Bal Harbour shoppers. Makoto’s Miami Spice menu showcases its most-buzzed about dishes like its Spicy Tuna Crispy Rice, Duck Ramen and Grouper Tempura, so you can fill up and not break the bank. Because let’s face it, you can do that easily in Bal Harbour.

Seasalt and Pepper

This Miami River hot spot has been filled to the brim with celebrities since it opened in late 2013. After all, it is where Beyonce and Jay-Z broke their well-documented vegan fast. This restaurant offers up a Miami Spice for both lunch (Wednesday-Sunday) and dinner (Sunday-Thursday) with dishes like short rib papardelle and branzino. Hey, if it’s good enough for Queen Bey...

The Bazaar by Jose Andres at the SLS Hotel

Jet-setters and gourmands alike flock to this restaurant, helmed by one of the world’s best chefs, Jose Andres. Situated right in the center of the pretty-peopled filled SLS Hotel, its Miami Spice menu serves the imaginative tapas that have made Andres world-known every Sunday through Thursday for dinner.

Zuma

There is swanky dining in Miami — and then there is Zuma. The perpetually packed (and for good reason) Downtown Miami restaurant is where every celebrity makes a dinner stop when they are in town. Get your own taste of the good life every weekday for lunch and every Monday and Tuesday for dinner with its Miami Spice menu, and feast on favorites from its famous robata grill and plenty of fresh sashimi.

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