The 2022 Miami Spice Steak Guide

Where to get a 3-course steak meal that is budget friendly and still good


Here is our 2022 Miami Spice steak guide. 

Miami Spice continues until the end of September and we’re here to talk about steak.

To make your life easier, we’ve curated a list of where to have your next Miami Spice steak experience, covering a variety of neighborhoods. And don’t worry about the fine print. All six of these restaurants have steak on their Miami Spice menus without an upcharge (with the exception of one restaurant which is still super worth it).



Cuisine: Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Aventura
Address: 19999 W Country Club Dr
Miami Spice availability: Dinner Monday to Thursday & Sunday
Book your table: HERE 
View menu: HERE 

Bourbon Steak by James Beard award-winning chef Michael Mina is a standout experience. This is where you go for country club vibes, duck fat fries, a gorgeous bar, and butter-poached steaks. Lucky for us, they are participating in Miami Spice Monday – Thursday, and Sunday for dinner.

You’re in a classic steakhouse so we recommend starting with the Caesar salad. This Spice menu stands out because your 7oz New York Strip Prime will come with a roasted sweet corn chimichurri but also with your choice of one side. Pick between the Black Truffle Mac & Cheese, Garlic Mashed Potatoes Garlic Chips, or the Creamed Spinach Crispy Shallots. For dessert, go with the Tropical Key Lime Pie (because, Miami).


Cuisine: Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Coral Way
Address: 2257 Coral Way
Miami Spice availability: Lunch Monday to Friday, Dinner Monday to Wednesday, and Weekend Brunch
Book your table: HERE 
View menu: HERE 

The Wagyu Bar is a laid-back addition to Miami’s steakhouse scene. They’re owned by Meat N’ Bone, a local butcher, so of course, the focus is on the meat. Known for being a casual steakhouse, this is a great option for a chill dinner. 

This Miami Spice menu stands out for a few reasons. First, the meal includes a glass of red or white wine. And both the appetizer and entree courses have steak! The first course is the BMS7+ Wagyu Beef Carpaccio. The entree includes a 10 oz Entrecote Ribeye and 4 oz Filet Mignon with french fries. 


Cuisine: Latin American Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Downtown
Address: 100 Chopin Plaza
Miami Spice availability: Dinner Monday to Thursday & Sunday
Book your table: HERE 
View menu: HERE 

Located on the lobby floor of the Intercontinental Miami, Toro Toro offers its take on a Latin American Steakhouse in Downtown. It’s a bustling spot to encounter tourists that are in Miami on business. 

Start with the Elote Salad with corn yogurt, pickle jalapeños, Cotija Cheese, Blister baby tomato, and as a main, get the Flat Iron with yuzu-carrot puree, charred broccolini, and Huancaina sauce. For dessert, they have a Raspberry Lime Cake or a Blueberry Pavlova


Cuisine: Argentinean Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Address: 426 Euclid Ave
Miami Spice availability: $45 and $60 Dinner Monday to Thursday & Sunday
Book your table: HERE 
View menu: HERE 

If you’re craving a dimly-lit steakhouse, then check out Orilla Bar & Grill. They are featuring two different dinner menus on Miami Spice. Appetizers include the Ceviche de Pulpo and the signature Orilla Salad, along with meats cooked on the charcoal oven grill like a Prime New York Steak with provencal fries and a Flank Steak with mashed potatoes. For dessert get the Tropical Pavlova with activated charcoal, acai, and hibiscus.


Cuisine: Korean Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Design District
Address: 3900 NE 2nd Ave
Miami Spice availability: Lunch Monday to Friday
Book your table: HERE
View menu: HERE

COTE located in the Design District, is the only Michelin-Starred restaurant offering Miami Spice! There is an upcharge for this one, however, we did the math, and it’s worth it. 

If you are craving exceptional cuts of USDA Prime & American Wagyu, great service, and a flawless wine program, stop by for lunch during Miami Spice.

For $28, you can get the steak tartare with local grass-fed top-round, pear, crispy tendon puffs; the Butcher’s lunch (+$12) that includes a USDA prime hanger steak and 45+ days dry aged ribeye grilled tableside, accompanied by lettuce, scallion salad, and ssamjang; and soft serve ice cream topped with soy sauce caramel.


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Cuisine: Argentinean Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Address: 3201 Collins Ave
Miami Spice availability: Dinner Monday to Thursday & Sunday
Book your table: HERE 
View menu: HERE 

Going to the Faena is like stepping into an opulent, art-centric, Argentinian theater. Whether you are going for a cabaret performance, a drink at one of their many beautiful bars, a spa day, or a meal, the Faena is always a lux experience. 

We’re here for Los Fuegos, which is known for its open-fire “asado” style kitchen, and a menu created by Argentina’s most renowned chef, Francis Mallmann.

Some of the dishes have an upcharge, however not the ones we want to try. As an appetizer, try the Local Snapper Crudo with sweet potato puree, crispy sweet potato, red onion, and crispy ginger. Followed by the breaded Argentinian New York Strip “Milanesa” served with duchess potatoes, heirloom cherry tomatoes, and onion salad. And for dessert, to keep the meal nice and Argentinan, the Strawberry Pavlova with cheesecake ice cream and passion fruit jam.