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Dine On Your Favorite Celeb-Chef Cuisine With These 11 Miami Spice Menus

Fine dining isn't only for the A-class

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There are plenty of celeb-chef helmed restaurants in town, with more seemingly to open up every year. But most of the time the big names translate into big bills, leaving most priced out of dining at their favorite chef's restaurant.

But we've eleven restaurants in town whose chefs are world renowned and who are offering killer Miami Spice deals with with lunch and dinner menus offered for $23 and $39, respectively, from now until September 30.

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db Bistro Moderne — Daniel Boulud

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Daniel Boulud holds several culinary accolades including a Michelin star and numerous James Beard Foundation Award titles including "Outstanding Restaurant," "Outstanding Restauranteur," "Best Chef New York City" and "Outstanding Chef of the Year." DB Bistro Moderne is offering lunch and dinner options for Miami Spice with dishes like the house specialty Coq Au Vin and the Soupe Du Jour, a seasonal market inspiration that can range from chilled melon, cauliflower, cold pea and bacon, chilled cucumber, potato leek, mushroom and butternut squash. See the full Miami Spice Menus here. [Image via: Carma PR]

La Mar — Gaston Acurio

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It's often said that if Gastón Acurio were to run for president of Peru he'd win. The mega-chef holds a Global Gastronomy Award the La Mar by Gaston Acurio inside the Mandarin Oriental is an export of Avenida La Mar in Lima, Peru, the 15th best restaurant in Latin America according to The World’s 50 Best. Spice diners can expect a hefty Criollo sampler, which comes with calamari, shrimp, yellow tail snapper, ají amarillo and leche de tigre; and the signature Fideos Machos, squid ink pasta with scallops, calamari, grouper, choclo and lime-rocoto aioli. See the full Miami spice menus here. [Image via: Luxe in a City]

Seagrape — Michelle Bernstein

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Michelle Bernstein, lovingly known as Michy, is a soulful chef and proud James Beard award winner. Her latest concept, Seagrape at Thompson Miami Beach, is debuting its Miami Spice menu this year. Diners can expect a true farm-to-table experience with South Florida influences with dishes like an apple wood smoked salad served with a poached egg; and local bounty that includes grilled octopus, swordfish and skirt steak. See the full Miami Spice Menus here. [Image via:samedelman]

StripSteak— Michael Mina

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Chef Michael Mina has opened over twenty destination restaurants, earned a Michelin star at each of his namesake locations and been presented with several notable awards. His latest Miami location, Stripsteak, is serving a medley of dishes including a spicy tuna tartare topped with pickled cucumber; local mahi mahi with a brown butter jus and house-smoked bacon; and a red wine braised short rib bordelaise served with mascarpone whipped potatoes. See the full Miami Spice menu here. [Image via: Pinterest]

The Dutch Miami — Andrew Carmelini

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When Michelin-rated and two-time James Beard Award winning chef Andrew Carmellini brought The Dutch to Miami, it was important that the casual American cuisine was befitting for its venue in South Beach’s W hotel. Diners can catch dinner every night of the week with exclusives including cumin-roasted carrots with a creamy dill yogurt, crispy quinoa and garden herbs; country fried chicken wings and grass fed beef pinchos served with goat cheese polenta. See the full Miami Spice menu here. [Image via: Meyer Davis]

Beachcraft — Tom Colicchio

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Tom Colicchio is a five-time James Beard Award winner and has hosted a little show called "Top Chef" for the better part of a decade. His new restaurant, Beachcraft in the 1 Hotel & Homes, features a Spice Menu that is reflective of Colicchio’s notable repertoire with dishes like the signature yellowfin tuna crudo and a limited-time wagyu strip steak. See the full Miami Spice menu here. [Image via: Yelp]

Corsair — Scott Conant

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The American-Italian chef Scott Conant, may best be known for his stints on Food Network's "Chopped." He's also earned three stars from the New York Times for Scarpetta New York and four stars from the Miami Herald for Scarpetta Miami. His second Miami restaurant, Corsair, is one of the few to serve up lunch and dinner every day for Spice this year. For lunch, there’s a crispy eggplant parmigiano with pomodoro and mozzarella, and dinner offers a beef carpaccio with shaved parmigiano and a squid ink campanelle consisting of baby clams, mussels, calamari and scallions. See the full Miami Spice menus here. [Image via: Architectural Digest]

El Cielo — Juan Manuel Barrientos

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Juan Manuel Barrientos, known in traditional Colombian shorthand manner as Juanma, has made two appearances on the famed list, “Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants” with his original location of El Cielo in Medellín. El Cielo By Juan Manuel Barientos in Brickell offers a Hamachi crudo with passion fruit vinaigrette and pineapple emulsion for lunch and its popular black Pollock, with sous vide chicken, black risotto, garlic whipped potatoes and squid ink for dinner. See the full Miami Spice Menus here. [Image via: Miami City Social]

Hakkasan — Tong Chee Hwee

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Tong Chee Hwee is the head chef at Hakkasan’s English counterpart, which has maintained its Michelin star since 2003. Its Miami Beach location, inside the Fountainbleau, offers its staple crispy duck salad, a steamed dim sum platter with four types of dumplings, steamed red snapper and stir-fried shanghai pak choi, among other Cantonese crowd pleasers. See the full Miami Spice menus here. [Image via: Veggie Set Go]

The Bazaar — José Andrés

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José Andrés is commonly known for introducing small plate dining to the New World, a concept native to Spain, his homeland. In 2011, he was awarded “Outstanding Chef” by the James Beard Foundation; in 2012 he was among Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. Today, his concept The Bazaar in the SLS Hotel pays international tribute with dishes like Kueh Pai Ti, Singapore’s favorite street food, and Papas Canarias, a traditional dish from the Canary Islands. See the full Miami Spice menu here. [Image via: Upscale Living Mag]

The Cypress Room — Michael Schwartz

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Michael Schwartz, the seasonal chef whose menus change daily, was recognized in 2010 by the James Beard Foundation Award as Best Chef: South. Schwartz’s first fine-dining concept, The Cypress Room, made Bon Appétit’s list of “50 Best New Restaurants” in 2013. Its Miami Spice menu includes a grass-fed beef carpaccio with wild mushrooms, and the fan-favorite Cypress Burger, topped with Landaff from Jasper Hill Farm and onion marmalade. See the full menu here. [Image via: Osasis Collections]

db Bistro Moderne — Daniel Boulud

Daniel Boulud holds several culinary accolades including a Michelin star and numerous James Beard Foundation Award titles including "Outstanding Restaurant," "Outstanding Restauranteur," "Best Chef New York City" and "Outstanding Chef of the Year." DB Bistro Moderne is offering lunch and dinner options for Miami Spice with dishes like the house specialty Coq Au Vin and the Soupe Du Jour, a seasonal market inspiration that can range from chilled melon, cauliflower, cold pea and bacon, chilled cucumber, potato leek, mushroom and butternut squash. See the full Miami Spice Menus here. [Image via: Carma PR]

La Mar — Gaston Acurio

It's often said that if Gastón Acurio were to run for president of Peru he'd win. The mega-chef holds a Global Gastronomy Award the La Mar by Gaston Acurio inside the Mandarin Oriental is an export of Avenida La Mar in Lima, Peru, the 15th best restaurant in Latin America according to The World’s 50 Best. Spice diners can expect a hefty Criollo sampler, which comes with calamari, shrimp, yellow tail snapper, ají amarillo and leche de tigre; and the signature Fideos Machos, squid ink pasta with scallops, calamari, grouper, choclo and lime-rocoto aioli. See the full Miami spice menus here. [Image via: Luxe in a City]

Seagrape — Michelle Bernstein

Michelle Bernstein, lovingly known as Michy, is a soulful chef and proud James Beard award winner. Her latest concept, Seagrape at Thompson Miami Beach, is debuting its Miami Spice menu this year. Diners can expect a true farm-to-table experience with South Florida influences with dishes like an apple wood smoked salad served with a poached egg; and local bounty that includes grilled octopus, swordfish and skirt steak. See the full Miami Spice Menus here. [Image via:samedelman]

StripSteak— Michael Mina

Chef Michael Mina has opened over twenty destination restaurants, earned a Michelin star at each of his namesake locations and been presented with several notable awards. His latest Miami location, Stripsteak, is serving a medley of dishes including a spicy tuna tartare topped with pickled cucumber; local mahi mahi with a brown butter jus and house-smoked bacon; and a red wine braised short rib bordelaise served with mascarpone whipped potatoes. See the full Miami Spice menu here. [Image via: Pinterest]

The Dutch Miami — Andrew Carmelini

When Michelin-rated and two-time James Beard Award winning chef Andrew Carmellini brought The Dutch to Miami, it was important that the casual American cuisine was befitting for its venue in South Beach’s W hotel. Diners can catch dinner every night of the week with exclusives including cumin-roasted carrots with a creamy dill yogurt, crispy quinoa and garden herbs; country fried chicken wings and grass fed beef pinchos served with goat cheese polenta. See the full Miami Spice menu here. [Image via: Meyer Davis]

Beachcraft — Tom Colicchio

Tom Colicchio is a five-time James Beard Award winner and has hosted a little show called "Top Chef" for the better part of a decade. His new restaurant, Beachcraft in the 1 Hotel & Homes, features a Spice Menu that is reflective of Colicchio’s notable repertoire with dishes like the signature yellowfin tuna crudo and a limited-time wagyu strip steak. See the full Miami Spice menu here. [Image via: Yelp]

Corsair — Scott Conant

The American-Italian chef Scott Conant, may best be known for his stints on Food Network's "Chopped." He's also earned three stars from the New York Times for Scarpetta New York and four stars from the Miami Herald for Scarpetta Miami. His second Miami restaurant, Corsair, is one of the few to serve up lunch and dinner every day for Spice this year. For lunch, there’s a crispy eggplant parmigiano with pomodoro and mozzarella, and dinner offers a beef carpaccio with shaved parmigiano and a squid ink campanelle consisting of baby clams, mussels, calamari and scallions. See the full Miami Spice menus here. [Image via: Architectural Digest]

El Cielo — Juan Manuel Barrientos

Juan Manuel Barrientos, known in traditional Colombian shorthand manner as Juanma, has made two appearances on the famed list, “Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants” with his original location of El Cielo in Medellín. El Cielo By Juan Manuel Barientos in Brickell offers a Hamachi crudo with passion fruit vinaigrette and pineapple emulsion for lunch and its popular black Pollock, with sous vide chicken, black risotto, garlic whipped potatoes and squid ink for dinner. See the full Miami Spice Menus here. [Image via: Miami City Social]

Hakkasan — Tong Chee Hwee

Tong Chee Hwee is the head chef at Hakkasan’s English counterpart, which has maintained its Michelin star since 2003. Its Miami Beach location, inside the Fountainbleau, offers its staple crispy duck salad, a steamed dim sum platter with four types of dumplings, steamed red snapper and stir-fried shanghai pak choi, among other Cantonese crowd pleasers. See the full Miami Spice menus here. [Image via: Veggie Set Go]

The Bazaar — José Andrés

José Andrés is commonly known for introducing small plate dining to the New World, a concept native to Spain, his homeland. In 2011, he was awarded “Outstanding Chef” by the James Beard Foundation; in 2012 he was among Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. Today, his concept The Bazaar in the SLS Hotel pays international tribute with dishes like Kueh Pai Ti, Singapore’s favorite street food, and Papas Canarias, a traditional dish from the Canary Islands. See the full Miami Spice menu here. [Image via: Upscale Living Mag]

The Cypress Room — Michael Schwartz

Michael Schwartz, the seasonal chef whose menus change daily, was recognized in 2010 by the James Beard Foundation Award as Best Chef: South. Schwartz’s first fine-dining concept, The Cypress Room, made Bon Appétit’s list of “50 Best New Restaurants” in 2013. Its Miami Spice menu includes a grass-fed beef carpaccio with wild mushrooms, and the fan-favorite Cypress Burger, topped with Landaff from Jasper Hill Farm and onion marmalade. See the full menu here. [Image via: Osasis Collections]

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