11 spots you need to go to during Coral Gables Restaurant Week

3-course lunch & dinner menus starting at $23

Location:Coral Gables


By: Isabella Nino

Four blocks wide and more than two miles long, Coral Gables’ amazing dining scene is one you need to try. If you’re on board indulge this June from the 3rd to the 23rd with three weeks of different culinary experiences and new creative menus prepared by the finest chefs around Coral Gables. Enjoy new eateries and return to the old time favorites, with prix-fixe menus at discounted prices. Here’s where you should go.

Coral Gables restaurant week:


Cuisine: American

What you need to know: Chef-driven restaurant in Coral Gables with a sophisticated yet playful vibe. Go and experience during the three-week celebration, their special 3-course menu for $35 for lunch and $47 for dinner. You don’t want to miss the AD LIB burger on an “everything bun”, black truffle, pepper jack cheese, charred red onion, spicy pickles, crispy herbed potatoes.

2. Bulla Gastrobar

Cuisine: Gastropub, Spanish, Tapas Bar

What you need to know: A fun casual Gastrobar inspired by Spanish flavors. Their happy hour is popping so extend your lunch or arrive early for dinner. Their lunch menu for Coral Gables restaurant week is priced at $23 and their dinner menu offers tantalizing tapas, hand-crafted cocktails, and an impressive wine list at $33 per person. Don’t forget your churros!

3. Divino Ceviche

Cuisine: Peruvian

What you need to know: The Escalada Brothers, Christian, and Frank, owners of Divino Ceviche have two locations with an extensive Peruvian menu and lucky for you, one is in Coral Gables. Enjoy a prix-fixe dinner menu of $23.99 with some of our favorite specialties such as Mini Causa de Pulpo and Chaufa de Pollo.

4. Doc Bs Restaurant + Bar

Cuisine: American

What you need to know: Welcome to Doc B’s, great spot for happy hour. During Coral Gables restaurant week, enjoy the 3-course menu for just $29.99 which includes appetizers such as the Killer Grilled Shrimp and entrées such as the Half Back of Danish BBQ Ribs. Leave room for the homemade Oreo ice cream.

5. Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse

Cuisine: Steakhouse

What you need to know: Chef Pablo Guarella provides his guests with a soulful feeling of home while striving to incorporate local ingredients. Fleming’s is located on the corner of Ponce de Leon Boulevard and Andalusia, one block away from the historic Miracle Mile. Their prix-fixe menu starts at $25 for lunch and $39 for dinner. Go for the steak sandwich with creamy horseradish sauce if you’re stopping by for lunch.

6. Morton’s The Steakhouse

Cuisine: Steakhouse

What you need to know: Another steakhouse staple that won’t disappoint. Guest can enjoy the outdoor patio and indulge in delicious seafood and USDA prime-aged beef. Their 3-course lunch starts at $23 and dinner goes for $40. We’re thinking french onion soup, double-cut prime pork chop, creamed spinach, and Key lime pie.

7. Ortanique on the Mile

Cuisine: Caribbean Fusion

What you need to know: Bringing a tropical menu and atmosphere, Chef Cindy Hutson offers her award-winning “Gastronomia del Sol”.  Enjoy Caribbean flavors for lunchtime at $23 or dinner time at $39. How about the pan-fried veal parmesan and mango tres leche?

8. Salumeria 104

Cuisine: Italian

What you need to know: Saluemria 104 is a rustic, trattoria-style restaurant serving signature salumi dishes, house-made Italian classics. Indulge in their 3-course prix-fixe lunch menu at $20 and dinner menu at $34. From date nights to family dinners, business meetings and celebrations this place is perfect not just for the quality of the food but its ambiance. We’re obviously going for their cavatelli.

9. Talavera Cocina Mexicana

Cuisine: Mexican

What you need to know: Talavera brings a taste of Mexico. Indulge in dishes for lunch and dinner such as Chicken Flautas, Enchiladas Suizas, and Guava-Mamey Cheesecake. Lunch starts at $18 and dinner for $30.

10. The Café at Books & Books

Cuisine: Cafe, Bistro with seasonal ingredients

What you need to know: Surrounded by walls of books inside and outside on their beautiful open-air courtyard is The cafe at Books & Books by Chef Allen Susser. The menu highlights bistro-style sandwiches, homemade soups, and healthy salads. This casual, inexpensive spot is offering a 3-course lunch menu and 50% of on Wednesday for all bottles of wine for $25. Also, come by for dinner to enjoy their 3-course prix-fixe menu for $29 in the unpretentious garden setting.


Cuisine: Italian

What you need to know: Elegant Italian ristorante with a bar inside of the charming Hotel St. Michel in Coral Gables, offers classic cooking techniques in every dish. Menu starts at $29 for a 3-course prix-fixe lunch and $39 for a 3-course prix-fixe dinner. Our mouth waters just thinking about the Pappardelle verdi with ragu della casa.