What to Eat During Miami Spice
Held August 1- September 30, Miami Spice is a city-wide celebration of our eclectic dining options. For a limited time only, reasonably priced two- and three-course meals from the best chefs in Miami are on offer for just $23 and $39, respectively.
The star power of world-famous singer Gloria Estefan shines at Estefan Kitchen — an upscale Cuban restaurant in the sleek Miami Design District. Try the Chino Cubano, a popular dish of Cuban-style fried rice with shrimp, steak, chicken, bacon, eggs, and vegetables tossed in a gluten-free soy sauce.
The shores of the Atlantic Ocean might as well be the Mediterranean at Estiatorio Milos, where elevated Greek seafood is flown in from Greece, Spain, and Portugal. The acclaimed restaurant has been said to serve the best Mediterannean seafood in the world, such as deep-sea Carabineros from Spain, served with a shot of sherry.
Located atop an industrial-chic parking garage, Juvia Miami isn’t just an incredible fusion of French, Japanese, and Peruvian cooking — it also offers al-fresco dining with incredible views of Miami Beach and the Atlantic Ocean. Cool down with ceviche from the cold bar, before moving on to mains from the Binchō-tan grill, such as Koren short ribs and Scottish salmon.
New York meets Miami at Quality Meats, an offshoot of the New York-based chophouse. Only the finest meats are sourced from respected, family-owned butchers, such as Pat LaFrieda and Bush Brothers, and the Art Deco setting here is just right. The filet mignon is always a safe bet, or go for a truly New York-inspired Wagyu “pastrami” brisket with spicy coleslaw and rye croutons.
In the chic South of Fifth neighborhood, Upland serves rustic Italian dishes such as coal-oven fired pizzas with a touch of Southern California, such as the charred broccoli with tahini. Don’t miss the worldly wine list — by the bottle or glass.
Try all these and more during Miami Spice 2019.
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