As the mercury rises in South Florida, restaurant menu prices seem to drop — which is great news for locals looking for a deal. Below are twelve restaurants offering up special menus just for the hot summer months, giving guests the chance to snag a limited-time deal at some of the Magic City’s top spots.Read More
12 Summer-Only Miami Restaurant Menus To Try Out Right Now
Get ‘em while they are hot… literally
AQ Chop House by Il Mulino
During the month of July, AQ Chop House by Il Mulino is offering up a daily three-course menu for $39. Expect dishes like Florida red snapper ceviche, black fettuccine ink pasta, grilled chopsteak with roasted potatoes and truffle butter, and more.
The Surf Club Restaurant
Thomas Keller’s über swanky Surfside outpost is offering a special summer dinner menu that consists of three courses for $75 to $90 — changing each Sunday. Highlights on the rotating weekly menu include chicken liver mousse, clams casino, Ad Hoc fried chicken, steak Diane, pineapple upside down cake and more. The menu is available now through September every Sunday to Thursday.
Malibu Farm Miami Beach
Throughout the month of July, Malibu Farms guests can dine on three-course menus for $23 for lunch and $39 for dinner. Starters include Malibu blue nachos, fish tacos, followed by the eatery’s much Instagrammed avocado pizza or airline chicken and then finished with a dessert like a grilled chocolate cake.
Pao by Paul Qui
Every Tuesday through Thursday, hungry diners at Pao can dine on a four-course menu filled with rotating restaurant favorites for $55 per person. Available now through the end of July from 7 to 10:30 p.m.
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Wynwood newcomer Bakan is offering up a three-course Comida Corrida lunch menu throughout the summer months. Available weekdays from noon until 3 p.m., the menu features a soup or salad starter, followed by an entree like carnitas prensadas tacos, enchiladas and more, plus a dessert like flan or a paleta. The menu is available now through Labor Day and is priced at $20, and guests can add on a beer or a glass of wine for an additional $5.
Clubstuarant Mandrake is now offering up a $39 three-course menu served Monday to Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The menu features popular Mandrake dishes including the Mandrake Maki rolls, the shrimp and enoki “Pad Thai” and the grilled black angus beef tenderloin, and passion fruit tart. The offer is available now through September.
Ocean Grill at the Setai Miami Beach
The Ocean Grill at the Setai is offering up a three-course, prix-fixe lunch menu priced $33 during the warm Miami months. Situated just steps from the beach, its bikini friendly menu offers dishes like compressed watermelon and feta, cucumber gazpacho, Greek salad, Impossible burgers, grilled tuna, and strawberry ice cream.
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Time Out Market Miami
Michelin-trained resident chef at Time Out Market’s Demonstration Kitchen, Miguel Massens, is serving up a five-course menu called Passport to Antilia now through July 31st. The tasting menu offers dishes from the Caribbean, Cuba, Mexico and Spain. The six-seat counter experience is offered on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. for $55 per person with wine pairings is an additional $29.
The Capital Grille
One of Brickell-ites favorite promotions for years now, Capital Grille’s annual “Generous Pour” promotion is back and offers unlimited servings of seven different California wines with dinner for just $28 per person. The promotion is offered daily from now through September 1.
Every Monday and Tuesday from 4 to 11 p.m. during the month of July, Upland is offering a dinner menu combining Upland favorites: pasta and a drink. For $22, guests can choose from two pastas: bucatini cacio e pepe or pappardelle ragu and a choice of a glass of white or red wine or an Aperol spritz.
Katsuya is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a July only prixe-fix priced at $30 for lunch and $45 for dinner including the choice of an appetizer, entree, and dessert. All the restaurant’s classic dishes can be found on the menu like crunchy rice with tuna tartare, wagyu goyza, rock shrimp tempura rolls and even bread pudding. Guests can also take advantage of wine by the glass for $11 and sake flights including three sakes for $22.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is offering guests a new way to drink wine with dinner. Throughout the month of July, guests can drink as many of six different Duckhorn wines as they’d like as part of its new Uncorked Wine Experience for $28 per guest with dinner. Pair that with their various rotating promos like its $45 three-course Sunday night dinner or $45 surf and turf menu on Mondays.
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