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With three-course menus featuring some of the best dishes each restaurant has to offer, you get to choose what you like from a variety of appetizers, entrées and desserts. Every participating restaurant can choose to serve lunch, dinner, or both, and they also choose which days of the week they offer the discounted deals– so be sure to check beforehand as many restaurants don’t do Miami Spice on Saturdays and Sundays.

For and incredible $23 lunch and an unbeatable $39 dinner, you can try out some of the most expensive restaurants in the city. Below are my three favorite Miami Spice dinner menus on Miami Beach:

Byblos
Kicking off the list is Byblos, a spacious Eastern Mediterranean restaurant and lounge with lively décor that offers both indoor and outdoor seating and is ideal for large parties. They offer a Miami Spice dinner menu every day of the week, including weekends! We recommend starting with the Chicken Kibbeh served with date molasses, tahini, pine nuts, and yogurt or the Lamb Ribs served with buttermilk sauce, carob molasses, and red chili schug.

Great entrée options include the Middle Eastern Fried Chicken with tahini, za’atar and house hot sauce or the House Baked Hake. Each entrée comes with a side– Sweet Jeweled Rice, Mejadra Rica, Blistered Snap Peas, Spicy Lebanese Potatoes, or Seared Cauliflower. The most decadent dessert they have is the Pizzelle, which comes with pistachio ice cream, salted caramel and couscous praline. Byblos serves delicious food and drinks in a beautiful, colorful environment that together makes for an incredibly great experience!

The Dutch
Next up is The Dutch, a Miami outpost of chef Andrew Carminelli’s eclectic American eatery in NYC. This industrial seaside restaurant and oyster bar has a light, airy feel that is sophisticated, yet casual. If you've never been, be sure to check out The Dutch as they have a delightful Miami Spice dinner menu offered every single night of the week!

Notable appetizers include the Chilled Corn Soup, Heirloon Tomato Salad, and the Piri Piri Chicken Wings. Entrees feature Summer Rissotto with lemon butter and squash blossom, Faroe Salmon with vegetable ragu, and the Roasted Jerk Pork with coca-cola rice and pineapple chutney. As for dessert, we recommend the Coconut Cream Pie with rum chantilly and mango compote, a decadent classic pairing!

Pao by Paul Qui
Finally, there’s Pao by Paul Qui, a Top Chef winner based in Austin that has recently opened this swanky culinary venue right on Miami Beach. Located in the ultra-luxurious Faena Hotel, this gold-studded restaurant serves a fusion of Filipino, Japanese, French and Spanish cuisines which will surely leave you wanting more.

Pao’s offers a delectable Miami Spice dinner menu Sunday through Thursday night. Appetizers feature East Side King Fried Chicken, Binchotan Scallops, Kinilaw Cobia, and Beef Tartare Laab. Entrées include their signature Pork Adobo, the vegetarian Gulay Curry, the Striped Bass, and their outrageous Smoked Short Rib Asado for an additional $15- a 72-hour roasted Wagyu beef.

Lastly, for desserts opt for either the Peach-Cru Sorbet or the Mint and Green Tea Cookie Grass. For just $39, you will undoubtedly experience one of the best feasts of your life!

Thank you for reading our article and be sure to contact us, Jill Hertzberg and Jill Eber of The Jills, for all of your South Florida real estate buying, renting and selling needs.

 
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