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14 Great Miami Spice Lunch Deals

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Newsflash: we’re almost halfway through Miami Spice, and while some of us are scouting the best eateries for dinner reservations, others are opting for lunch seatings — and with the dishes showcased this year, who can blame them?! Here are some of Miami Spice’s most noteworthy lunch deals to make your lunch-time break just a little more exciting.

— By Suanny Garcia Barales

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Cafe Des Arts

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If you love Truffled Linguini prepared in a parmesan wheel for lunch, which is arguably 99.9 percent of Miami’s population, this is the place for you. Start off with Ahi Tartar and indulge in a pasta entree or your choice of slowly cooked short ribs, or whole Bronzino.

Cafe Des Arts

Café Catula

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If you’re venturing off towards the Kendall area, this is one of the few restaurants where guests can enjoy duck breasts as an entree for lunch. If you’re looking for a side of live music with your Flan de Coco, stop by on Wednesday to Friday for live piano music from noon to 3 p.m.

Café Catula

Graziano Restaurant

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If you want to get your Argentine fix during lunch, be sure to stop by Graziano’s, where even the pickled veal tongue appetizer is sure to give you a bang for your buck. Other highlights are the ground beef Angus burger with Miami Smokers heritage bacon, and the berries pavlova.

Graziano Restaurant

Il Mulino

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South Beach’s hot-spot for classic Italian cuisine, Il Mulino boasts an ample lunch menu beginning with its four choices of appetizers, six entree options, and ending with three dessert options. It might be difficult to pick just one of each, but luckily guests can dine-in for lunch any day of the week during Miami Spice.

Il Mulino

Ke Bo Restaurant

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At Key Biscayne’s Mediterranean food-hub, guests can expect a filling three-course power meal when one of the appetizer choices is a quinoa burger with wild kale and arugula leaves. Enjoy Netherlands Sole Fish in Papillote Style with green curry, coconut milk and cauliflower puree as entree, with a choice of Almond Cake or cream and Chocolate Roll Cake for Dessert.

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Old Lisbon Restaurant

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For a true Portuguese feast, drop by South Miami’s Old Lisbon from Monday to Friday. Guests can take their pick from Caldo Verde, Chourico (grilled Portuguese sausage) or Codfish Croquettes to start. Enjoy Roasted Veal served alongside potato and fries as entree and finish off with a traditional Portuguese dessert: port wine flavored cream caramel.

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Panorama Restaurant & Sky Lounge

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Lunch comes with a view at this Peruvian eatery in the Sonesta Bayfront Hotel. As a main course, take your pick of the Grilled Flat Iron Steak or Pan Seared Salmon available everyday during Miami Spice. Indulge in decadent Nutella S’mores with candied bacon before heading back to reality.

Sonesta

Plant Food + Wine

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Now here’s a deal for plant-based foodies and meat-eaters alike that runs from Sunday through Thursday during Miami Spice. Start off with the Fennel Tostada with anise guacamole or the Cauliflower + Huacaina, enjoy Mushroom Ropa Vieja entree in true Miami style, and a papaya dessert.

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Santorini by Georgios Restaurant

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Even if you’re still dipping your toes in the sea of Mediterranean food, this restaurant is definitely worth a try. Lunch options abound, from hummus to octopus to kebabs, churrasco, branzino and more, there’s something for every taste bud. Be sure to save room for the extensive dessert menu featuring the number one Mediterranean favorite — baklava.

Santorini by Georgios Restaurant

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The swanky waterfront restaurant boasts loads of Miami Spice lunch options for its guests — meat-eaters and vegetarians alike. Some highlights include Fish Soufflé, Open Face Brisket Melt, Pesto Pappardelle, and the Tulum Plant Bowl with red quinoa, heirloom tomatoes, gooseberries, avocado, and ice plant topped with a chipotle vinaigrette.

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Bon appetit! Coconut Grove’s authentic Italian restaurant is serving up its popular Pizzetta: neapolitan pizza with wild mushroom, basil-pesto and goat and mozzarella cheeses. Take your entree pick of baked grouper or pan-roasted amish chicken breast, and don’t leave without trying the mouthwatering chocolate cake.

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Swine Southern Table & Bar

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One of Miami’s favorite go-to hubs for Southern comfort food conjured up a solid lunch menu with dishes like Black-Eye Pea Hummus, Swine Burger with short rib, brisket and smoked pork blend, and Smoked Chicken Kale Salad.

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The Tuck Room Gastro Lounge

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For a well-crafted cocktail and a soothing lunch experience, head on over to North Miami Beach’s cozy gem. Options include: Ahi Tuna Poke, Crab Cake, “Drunken Goat” Turkey Burger, Tuck Lobster Cobb and Caramel Upside Down Cheesecake, to name a few.

The Tuck Room Gastro Lounge

Trust & Co Miami Bar & Restaurant

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From Monday to Friday, this American eatery is serving up six appetizer and lunch choices combined, and two not-to-miss dessert options. We suggest starting with Bacon and Date Croquettes, ordering the Trust Burger as entree and ending with the dulce de leche Alfajor, which never fails to satisfy even the sweetest tooth.

Cafe Des Arts

Cafe Des Arts

If you love Truffled Linguini prepared in a parmesan wheel for lunch, which is arguably 99.9 percent of Miami’s population, this is the place for you. Start off with Ahi Tartar and indulge in a pasta entree or your choice of slowly cooked short ribs, or whole Bronzino.

Cafe Des Arts

Café Catula

Café Catula

If you’re venturing off towards the Kendall area, this is one of the few restaurants where guests can enjoy duck breasts as an entree for lunch. If you’re looking for a side of live music with your Flan de Coco, stop by on Wednesday to Friday for live piano music from noon to 3 p.m.

Café Catula

Graziano Restaurant

Graziano Restaurant

If you want to get your Argentine fix during lunch, be sure to stop by Graziano’s, where even the pickled veal tongue appetizer is sure to give you a bang for your buck. Other highlights are the ground beef Angus burger with Miami Smokers heritage bacon, and the berries pavlova.

Graziano Restaurant

Il Mulino

Il Mulino

South Beach’s hot-spot for classic Italian cuisine, Il Mulino boasts an ample lunch menu beginning with its four choices of appetizers, six entree options, and ending with three dessert options. It might be difficult to pick just one of each, but luckily guests can dine-in for lunch any day of the week during Miami Spice.

Il Mulino

Ke Bo Restaurant

Ke Bo Restaurant

At Key Biscayne’s Mediterranean food-hub, guests can expect a filling three-course power meal when one of the appetizer choices is a quinoa burger with wild kale and arugula leaves. Enjoy Netherlands Sole Fish in Papillote Style with green curry, coconut milk and cauliflower puree as entree, with a choice of Almond Cake or cream and Chocolate Roll Cake for Dessert.

Ke Bo Restaurant

Old Lisbon Restaurant

Old Lisbon Restaurant

For a true Portuguese feast, drop by South Miami’s Old Lisbon from Monday to Friday. Guests can take their pick from Caldo Verde, Chourico (grilled Portuguese sausage) or Codfish Croquettes to start. Enjoy Roasted Veal served alongside potato and fries as entree and finish off with a traditional Portuguese dessert: port wine flavored cream caramel.

Old Lisbon Restaurant

Panorama Restaurant & Sky Lounge

Sonesta

Lunch comes with a view at this Peruvian eatery in the Sonesta Bayfront Hotel. As a main course, take your pick of the Grilled Flat Iron Steak or Pan Seared Salmon available everyday during Miami Spice. Indulge in decadent Nutella S’mores with candied bacon before heading back to reality.

Sonesta

Plant Food + Wine

Plant Food + Wine

Now here’s a deal for plant-based foodies and meat-eaters alike that runs from Sunday through Thursday during Miami Spice. Start off with the Fennel Tostada with anise guacamole or the Cauliflower + Huacaina, enjoy Mushroom Ropa Vieja entree in true Miami style, and a papaya dessert.

Plant Food + Wine

Santorini by Georgios Restaurant

Santorini by Georgios Restaurant

Even if you’re still dipping your toes in the sea of Mediterranean food, this restaurant is definitely worth a try. Lunch options abound, from hummus to octopus to kebabs, churrasco, branzino and more, there’s something for every taste bud. Be sure to save room for the extensive dessert menu featuring the number one Mediterranean favorite — baklava.

Santorini by Georgios Restaurant

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The swanky waterfront restaurant boasts loads of Miami Spice lunch options for its guests — meat-eaters and vegetarians alike. Some highlights include Fish Soufflé, Open Face Brisket Melt, Pesto Pappardelle, and the Tulum Plant Bowl with red quinoa, heirloom tomatoes, gooseberries, avocado, and ice plant topped with a chipotle vinaigrette.

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Spasso

Spasso

Bon appetit! Coconut Grove’s authentic Italian restaurant is serving up its popular Pizzetta: neapolitan pizza with wild mushroom, basil-pesto and goat and mozzarella cheeses. Take your entree pick of baked grouper or pan-roasted amish chicken breast, and don’t leave without trying the mouthwatering chocolate cake.

Spasso

Swine Southern Table & Bar

Swine Southern Table & Bar

One of Miami’s favorite go-to hubs for Southern comfort food conjured up a solid lunch menu with dishes like Black-Eye Pea Hummus, Swine Burger with short rib, brisket and smoked pork blend, and Smoked Chicken Kale Salad.

Swine Southern Table & Bar

The Tuck Room Gastro Lounge

The Tuck Room Gastro Lounge

For a well-crafted cocktail and a soothing lunch experience, head on over to North Miami Beach’s cozy gem. Options include: Ahi Tuna Poke, Crab Cake, “Drunken Goat” Turkey Burger, Tuck Lobster Cobb and Caramel Upside Down Cheesecake, to name a few.

The Tuck Room Gastro Lounge

Trust & Co Miami Bar & Restaurant

From Monday to Friday, this American eatery is serving up six appetizer and lunch choices combined, and two not-to-miss dessert options. We suggest starting with Bacon and Date Croquettes, ordering the Trust Burger as entree and ending with the dulce de leche Alfajor, which never fails to satisfy even the sweetest tooth.

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