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Miami Spice, trying to save you some dough

Miami Spice, trying to save you some dough

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I am always looking for ways to save money and get more bang for my hard earned buck; therefore, within these two months, I will be indulging in the decadent food and the more seemingly affordable  prices that Miami Spice has to offer.

Before making reservations to dine at any Miami Spice restaurant, I recommend that you spend some time doing your homework and studying the menus. As the Miami Spice rookies may not know, menus are preselected and usually cannot be altered.

Visit the Miami Spice Website – www.ilovemiamispice.com to find restaurant menus and other information regarding Miami Spice dining.

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Our first Miami Spice experience this year was at Bulla. Bulla is a Spanish Gastro bar by Carlos Centurion, formerly the owner of Porfin (now closed).  Bulla is one of the newer additions to the Coral Gables area that offers a great ambiance especially during happy hour. You can listen to great music while sipping on a glass of their delicious red or white sangria. Bulla’s Miami Spice menu includes some of their signature dishes such as Huevos Bulla, Surtido de Embutidos and Croquetas de Cangrejo. For dessert, I highly recommend the Crema Catalana, which is served in a mason jar.

The Miami Spice menu at Bulla includes: an appetizer, an entree and a dessert. For dinner it is $33 and lunch is $19.

Based on my past experience with Miami Spice, the more people you go with…the better. This will allow you to sample the various dishes that are offered on the menu. Also, going during happy hour can save you money and keep your bill from climbing too high (Bulla’s happy hour is Monday – Friday from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm.)

So for all of you Miami Spice aficionados, I highly recommend you add Bulla to your “Must Try” list.
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