Best Miami Spice Restaurants by Neighborhood

One of the most anticipated South Florida events, Miami Spice is back! This two-month foodie event taking place August 1 – September 30 encourages locals and visitors alike to visit some of South Florida’s best restaurants to enjoy special lunch and dinner menus. Participating restaurants offer three-course meals featuring signature dishes created by world-renowned chefs at reduced prices: Lunch/Brunch $23 and Dinner $39. These menus sometimes offer exciting new dishes not on the regular menu, and chefs often switch up the menu over the two-month campaign. Reservations are recommended, and be sure to check if the Spice menu is available on the day you plan to visit as availability differs at the discretion of the restaurant.

ONE Sotheby’s International Realty brokers and clients enjoy taking advantage of the promotion to try new places, or dine at established favorites, so we have put together a list of our top choices by neighborhood. Bon appetite!

Coconut Grove

Located just minutes from The Fairchild Coconut Grove, Glass & Vine is a beautiful eatery with large garden outdoor patio by Eating House chef Giorgio Rapicavoli. It has become a dining retreat for those looking for simple, ingredient-driven dishes in the area with a menu inspired by Florida classics and Latin and European influences. For an appetizer try the local fish tiradito, followed by beef short ribs and a delicious dessert. Going for lunch? The grilled shrimp “Ceasar” is light and delicious. See the Glass & Vine Miami Spice menus.

Coral Gables 

Overlooking the Biltmore’s signature pool is Palme d’Or, the stunning signature French restaurant that presents fine dining at its best with a devotion to quality that is matched by a dedication to providing guests with the highest level of service. Helmed by Michelin starred Chef Gregory Pugin, Palme d’Or has received top honors from Zagat and the coveted Five Diamond Award from AAA. Residents of Merrick Manor have only a short drive between them and dishes like an Alaskan king crab appetizer, seared duck breast with hibiscus gastrique, and a raspberry and meringue dessert. Browse the Miami Spice menu.

Downtown Miami

Enjoy the beautiful Miami weather while dining al fresco on the outside terrace, overlooking Biscayne Bay at Novikov. A sophisticated world-renowned Chinese-Japanese concept, Novikov is known for its colorful seafood and vegetable market display. The Asian menu encompasses robata grill and wok dishes, along with an extensive dim sum and sushi selection. Enjoy their Miami Spice lunch menu, before walking to see the progress on One Thousand Museum, the soon-to-be landmark building in South Florida designed by the late Zaha Hadid.

Sunny Isles

Turnberry Ocean Club is minutes away from Bourbon Steak, a contemporary American steakhouse that gives South Florida diners the chance to sample Celebrity Chef Michael Mina’s singular culinary style in a chic venue. For Miami Spice the entrees include a choice of crispy branzino fillet, NY strip steak or a whole poussin. For dessert we recommend the Hazelnut Cloud, a hazelnut panna cotta with caramel financier and muscovado streusel. See the complete menu.


Corsair Kitchen & Bar is an American-inspired kitchen and bar offering contemporary cuisine that attracts those looking for lighter comfort food with a casually elegant environment featuring an outdoor patio overlooking a scenic tropical oasis. An ideal spot for Aventura ParkSquare residents to enjoy a delicious meal close to home. Their Miami Spice offerings include lunch and dinner menus, as well as Saturday brunch with options like brioche French toast, eggs Benedict and a blackened shrimp salad. Browse all three Corsair menus.

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    Thank you so much Ellie!!

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