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Your 10 Best Bets For Miami Spice on Saturday Night

Because you actually want to eat out on a Saturday night

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Miami Spice 2015 kicks off on a Saturday this year — a night that many restaurants in town are notoriously not offering their Miami Spice menus. Bummer.

But not to fret, we've rounded 10 restaurants around Miami, listed in alphabetical order, that are offering killer Miami Spice deals on Saturday night all of August and September.

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Red the Steakhouse

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Want to enjoy a nice outing on South Beach without hurting your wallet? Red the Steakhouse has plenty of options to get your umami on. Its menu rotates weekly with different themes each week so you could essentially stop by every Saturday and feast on a different menu.

Traymore Restaurant and Bar

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For the vegetarians who love to dine, the Traymore has items on its menu for you to enjoy. The cauliflower tartare with summer truffle, crispy egg yolk, and caviar not only sounds good but its probably the best way to enjoy Miami Spice without adding some pounds to you.

db Bistro Moderne

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In the heart of downtown, come visit this gem of a French bistro. The Coq au Vin with pearl onions, bacon, spätzle, mixed mushrooms is all it's cracked up to be and its available every night of the week, even on Saturday.

Quality Meats Restaurant

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Miami Beach can be quite expensive when it comes to dinning but at Quality Meats you will get your bang for the buck with options like seared scallops and filet mignon on its Spice menu you can have a fancy Saturday night out.

beachcraft

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It's rare to find a newly opened restaurant on South Beach that offers up Miami Spice on a Saturday night, but that's not the case at Beachcraft. Try the beets corveli, waygu steak and coconut panna cotta.

15th & Vine Kitchen and Bar

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Keeping with the 15 theme, this rooftop restaurant located on the 15th floor of the Viceroy Hotel offers 15 different dishes on its Miami Spice dinner menu. Think options like Beet-cured Salmon Crudo, Potato Gnocchi and Frozen Coconut Soufflé. And yes, you can dine on this menu on Saturday night date-night as well.

Edge, Steak & Bar

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Located in the Four Seasons hotel, this swanky restaurant offers a nice Saturday Miami Spice dinner. The crispy cauliflower is a great option for all the veggie lovers out there, and for the kid inside of you get the chocolate tres leches topped with dark cookie crumble.

Bourbon Steak

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After you are done shopping at Aventura Mall, head next door to Bourbon Steak by Michael Mina. For years now it has always had one of the most impressive selections of Miami Spice offerings and this year is no different. On your weekend feast dine on classics like the Maine lobster risotto and angus rib eye.

Pubbelly

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This Asian-fusion gastropub on Miami Beach is another spot to dine on your Saturday night. Shortrib gyozas with black truffle are on the menu, which is all you need to really know. But you could also keep it light with the octopus Greek salad with yuzu cucumber dressing and feta yogurt. [Photo Credit Miami News Times]

Mignonette

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Sometimes you have to stray away from what's obvious on the menu and order something different. For Mignonette it’s the “Chicken Thanksgiving” with chestnut stuffing and cranberry sauce. You could very well stick to the classics too and order the oyster stryjewski baked blue points with garlic, chiles, and butter.

Red the Steakhouse

Want to enjoy a nice outing on South Beach without hurting your wallet? Red the Steakhouse has plenty of options to get your umami on. Its menu rotates weekly with different themes each week so you could essentially stop by every Saturday and feast on a different menu.

Traymore Restaurant and Bar

For the vegetarians who love to dine, the Traymore has items on its menu for you to enjoy. The cauliflower tartare with summer truffle, crispy egg yolk, and caviar not only sounds good but its probably the best way to enjoy Miami Spice without adding some pounds to you.

db Bistro Moderne

In the heart of downtown, come visit this gem of a French bistro. The Coq au Vin with pearl onions, bacon, spätzle, mixed mushrooms is all it's cracked up to be and its available every night of the week, even on Saturday.

Quality Meats Restaurant

Miami Beach can be quite expensive when it comes to dinning but at Quality Meats you will get your bang for the buck with options like seared scallops and filet mignon on its Spice menu you can have a fancy Saturday night out.

beachcraft

It's rare to find a newly opened restaurant on South Beach that offers up Miami Spice on a Saturday night, but that's not the case at Beachcraft. Try the beets corveli, waygu steak and coconut panna cotta.

15th & Vine Kitchen and Bar

Keeping with the 15 theme, this rooftop restaurant located on the 15th floor of the Viceroy Hotel offers 15 different dishes on its Miami Spice dinner menu. Think options like Beet-cured Salmon Crudo, Potato Gnocchi and Frozen Coconut Soufflé. And yes, you can dine on this menu on Saturday night date-night as well.

Edge, Steak & Bar

Located in the Four Seasons hotel, this swanky restaurant offers a nice Saturday Miami Spice dinner. The crispy cauliflower is a great option for all the veggie lovers out there, and for the kid inside of you get the chocolate tres leches topped with dark cookie crumble.

Bourbon Steak

After you are done shopping at Aventura Mall, head next door to Bourbon Steak by Michael Mina. For years now it has always had one of the most impressive selections of Miami Spice offerings and this year is no different. On your weekend feast dine on classics like the Maine lobster risotto and angus rib eye.

Pubbelly

This Asian-fusion gastropub on Miami Beach is another spot to dine on your Saturday night. Shortrib gyozas with black truffle are on the menu, which is all you need to really know. But you could also keep it light with the octopus Greek salad with yuzu cucumber dressing and feta yogurt. [Photo Credit Miami News Times]

Mignonette

Sometimes you have to stray away from what's obvious on the menu and order something different. For Mignonette it’s the “Chicken Thanksgiving” with chestnut stuffing and cranberry sauce. You could very well stick to the classics too and order the oyster stryjewski baked blue points with garlic, chiles, and butter.

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