The best restaurants on Miami Spice in 2023

Last chance to dine at these restaurants for Miami Spice


These are the best restaurants on Miami Spice in 2023. 

If you’re a procrastinator like us, then you’ve probably been pushing off Miami Spice. During Miami’s slow season (August and September), you had the opportunity to dine at a roster of restaurants for a discounted price. Not all Miami Spice menus are worth it. However, if you stick with us every year, we’ll steer you in the right direction.

Your days are limited but these are the seven restaurants we would consider to hit before Miami Spice is over. Until September 30th, local Miami restaurants will feature 3-course meals for either lunch, brunch, or dinner at a steal. At just $30 or $35 for lunch$30 or $35 for brunch, and $45 or $60 for dinner, you can hop around Miami trying out the spots that have been on your list. 



Neighborhood: Wynwood
Address: 347 NW 24th St
Cuisine: Aegean, Turkish, Mediterranean
Miami Spice availability: Lunch every day
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View menu: HERE

If the idea of, “food is better when enjoyed together,” speaks to you, then you will want to stop by Doya. Located in Wynwood, this modern Aegean meze-bar concept is serving flavors from the coast of Turkey. We are talking dips, local produce, refreshing and light plates, meant for sharing. Go to Doya for Miami Spice lunch with a big group. They can handle large parties and big Latin families.

Oh and FYI, the Miami Spice lunch menu at Doya is not just a meal, it’s an experience meant for at least two guests.

Let’s start with the appetizers: Piyaz – a blend of white beans, red onion, sumac, and eggs. Or, if you’re in the mood for a veggie adventure, the Shaved Zucchini, with garlic, green peppers, and a drizzle of EVO. As well as the Haydari – garlic yogurt, burnt butter, and a sprinkle of mint.

For the main event, get ready to meet the stars: Kofte, those grilled Turkish meatballs that are like flavorful fireworks, and Chicken Thighs – juicy, succulent, marinated with onion and sumac. Dessert time means Pistachio Baklava, layers of flaky pastry, and pistachio goodness.


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Neighborhood: Midtown
Address3255 NE 1st Ave
Cuisine: Peruvian
Miami Spice availability: Dinner Wednesday to Sunday
Book your table: HERE
View menu: HERE

Maty’s by Chef Valerie Chang is one of our favorite new restaurants in town and Miami Spice is the perfect excuse to give it a try. We can guarantee you are going to love the Peruvian flavors at this spot. They will be best enjoyed with a group of friends.

Noteworthy selections from their Miami Spice offerings include the Black Grouper Ceviche, which showcases their expertise in fresh and zesty flavors. And the mouthwatering Chicken Milanesa is served with a spinach parmesan pesto that is absolutely mind-blowing. Between the tender juicy chicken and the crispy, crunchy exterior, it’s no wonder this is a house favorite. So, if you’re seeking both value for your money and a satisfied belly, get your amigos and come appreciate a modern and creative experience in Midtown.


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Neighborhood: Downtown
Address210 NE 18th St
Cuisine: Seafood
Miami Spice availability: Dinner every day
Book your table: HERE
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Mignonette, known for its oysters and seafood dishes is on Miami Spice. “Anything goes” meaning everything on their menu is up for grabs (well, almost) for an affordable price. Sorry, caviar lovers their Miami Spice menu excludes caviar, king crab, jumbo lump crab, oyster flight, and whole fish.

But either way, you’ll have options galore which is rare on Miami Spice. Mignonette offers a little something for everyone. For appetizers, be sure to try their spicy tomato Mussels or the mouthwatering Charred Octopus. For your main course, we recommend the Crispy Skin Stripped Bass or the Red Fish with andouille crust, both complemented by the rich bomba rice and succulent shrimp and lobster consommé. And be sure to end on a high note with either the classic carrot cake or a tangy slice of key lime pie.


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

The Design District has been home to this Korean Steakhouse since 2021. With neon lights brightening up the dimly lit dining room, this setting is just the place to bring your bougie clients for a Spice lunch ($35). It’s also a great spot for a long Friday lunch with friends from out of town.

Start with the Waldorf Salad, followed by the Optimus Prime, thinly sliced 8 oz of USDA prime rib on Sullivan Street bakery ciabatta. We don’t love upcharges, but we think this one is worth it. For +$20, order the Butcher’s Lunch. It comes with a USDA prime hanger steak, 45+ days dry aged ribeye, and COTE galbi grilled tableside, accompanied by lettuce, scallion salad, and ssamjang. End your meal the COTE way with a Vanilla Soft Serve with soy sauce caramel.


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Neighborhood: Brickell
Address: 1300 Brickell Bay Dr
Cuisine: French, Mediterranean
Miami Spice availability: Dinner Sunday to Thursday
Book your table: HERE
View menu: HERE

LPM stands out for its unique French Mediterranean and Nicoise cuisine and beautiful decor inspired by the French Riviera. They serve delicious pasta, seafood, and meat dishes using fresh Mediterranean produce. LPM is one of those places you want to save for a special occasion. It has impeccable service, ambiance, and food.

Ready for a date night that screams “Ooh la la!”? LPM Restaurant and Bar in Brickell is dripping with romantic vibes. They’re offering a $60 Miami Spice Dinner Menu that’ll have you on cloud nine.

The appetizers include Ratatouille with Feta Cheese and Salted Chilean Seabass Croquettes with roasted pepper relish. As for the main courses, the mind-blowing Marinated Baby Chicken with lemon confit or the Risotto with Seasonal Mushrooms and Parmesan.

And for dessert, LPM doesn’t mess around when it comes to sweets. Get ready to swoon over their Vanilla Cheesecake with Berry Compote and French Toast with Spiced Ice Cream.


Neighborhood: South Beach
Address1418 20th St
Cuisine: Italian
Miami Spice availability: Dinner Tuesday to Friday and Sunday
Book your table: HERE
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If you’re craving Red Sauce Italian and are looking for hearty, inventive dishes, stop by Casa Isola. The blue and white upholstery lets you travel a few thousand miles without the plane ride. Dine outdoors and celebrate James Beard Award-nominated Chef Jose Mendin who raises the bar on your expectations.

The Polenta with wild mushroom marsala jus is where we’d start, but have your friend or date, order the Isola Arancinis. Then place bets between the Rigatoni alla Vodka and Eggplant Parm. And if you’ve seen one you haven’t seen them all, so make sure to try the Chocolate Tiramisu made with ladyfingers, Nutella cream, espresso cream, and chocolate crumble.


Neighborhood: Brickell
Address: 600 Brickell Ave
Cuisine: Northern Chinese
Miami Spice availability: Lunch and Dinner every day
Book your table: HERE
View menu: HERE

If you’re a sucker for Peking Duck, then this is a deal you won’t want to miss. Hutong specializing in North Chinese cuisine, has included their Peking Duck (valued at $56 for half a duck and $110 for a whole duck) on their Miami Spice menu.

For those who stop by for dinner, for $60, you can enjoy Chef’s selection of handmade Dimsum Platter, the Roasted Peking Duck with pancake, cucumber, and leek, with fried rice as a side. And that’s not all. You also have the option of an entree like the Ma La Chili Prawns with garlic and scallion.

For dessert, they have included one of our favorite sweets in Miami, the Bao & Soy Milk. This dessert has a thin shell around the sesame seed-incrusted mousse in the shape of a dumpling. The filling also has salted caramel, and white sesame praline, and is served with soy milk ice cream.


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The best restaurants on Miami Spice in 2023