Miami’s peak spice month is this summer

Miami’s food scene has evolved as popular restaurant groups continue to descend on South Florida. Of course, there’s no better time to celebrate Miami’s food and culture than Miami Spice 2022, August through September 30. In celebration of Miami Spice, we’re sharing a roundup of participating restaurants and what’s on the menu to help you get a taste of summer!

Toro Toro at Intercontinental Miami

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Launching Miami Spice, a private three-course dining experience at a Miami steakhouse, Toro Toro, located at the InterContinental Hotel. Toro Toro’s menu combines Latin ingredients with global techniques to create a unique dining experience for its guests. This month, the restaurant is introducing some great new dishes, including a delicious Amarillo Tuna Ceviche, Spiced Achito Snapper and Blueberry Pavlova, giving guests a taste of Latin flavors in a new and inventive way.

Chef Michael Mina’s StripSteak

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If you’re looking for a fine dining atmosphere and a classic American steakhouse menu, Chef Michael Mina’s StripSteak where is he Located in the trendy Fontainebleau Miami Beach, their menu is filled with a unique blend of Japanese influences mixed with the exceptional skill of Executive Chef Michael Mina. Menu items include classic Caesar salad, creamy lobster bisque, and cheesy pesto pasta.

In Jaya Setai

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The successors to one of Miami’s newest Asian restaurants, located on Collins Ave. Jaya on The Setai! Their menu is vegetarian-friendly, including some vegetarian options. This month, they’re serving up Tuna Tacos, Pad See Ew Noodles and Faroe Island Salmon, as well as other delicious Asian-inspired dishes to choose from.

Key Club
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With outdoor seating and freshly caught fish, Key Club the perfect place to soak up the last bits of summer. Through September 30th, grab special sushi rolls and craft cocktails for breakfast or dinner, and enjoy their exclusive Miami Spice specials. Located in Miami’s historic Coconut Grove, The Key Club is the perfect oasis for a night out, offering spacious outdoor seating with a mid-century modern Brazilian influence.

Abbale Tel Aviv Kitchen

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Next in the list abbot, a Mediterranean restaurant specializing in Tel Aviv cuisine. They have lunch and dinner specials for Miami Spice Month, with different price options depending on the time and date. For lunch, try the Abbale Sumac Chicken Platter, the Avo Egg Feta Jerusalem Bagel and more. offers. The dinner menu takes a different direction with options like crispy cauliflower, lamb and Moroccan-spiced local fish. Toppings like Jumbo Shrimp and Shawarma Spiced Wagyu Top Sirloin Caps are also on the menu for anyone looking to customize their meal.

Villa Azur

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Transport to the French Riviera with a taste of European-inspired cuisine Villa Azur. The Mediterranean atmosphere, enhanced by an open-air courtyard, is the perfect setting for a French apéro or ‘Golden Summer’, before enjoying a three-course experience with one of their summer dishes such as Branzino Ceviche or Burrata.


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For a party that’s more than a meal, Mila is a great place. This Asian fusion restaurant takes the heat to the next level with spectacular firefighter performances every night. Their eclectic rooftop provides the perfect setting for a dinner filled with water and greenery. To match the unique environment, their menu features an assortment of Asian and Mediterranean dishes, including Hamachi Crudo, Chilean Sea Bass, and Grilled Octopus on their Miami Spice menu.


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If you’re looking for a more intimate dining experience, look no further. American neighborhood restaurant spine Offering a wide range of wood-fired options, from pizza to eggplant, all under Chef Niven Patel’s farm-to-table philosophy. To celebrate the spice of Miami, their menu includes Chorizo ​​Croquettes, Pan Roasted Snapper and Corn Risotto. Stop by any night of the week to enjoy a Miami Spice menu featuring locally sourced ingredients and sustainably caught seafood.