Article's Author: Kristal Tracey
Publish date: Thursday, September 08, 2016
Miami Spice month is here guys and just as how the sizzling temperatures of Miami are important so is the mouthwatering array of food that is produced. Miami spice is a two month restaurant promotion that runs from the 1st of August to the 30th of September. Miami Spice aims at bringing to the forefront the many different cuisines from various restaurants at affordable prices with dinners starting at $39 and lunch at $23 in order to build the restaurant market. Talk about some of the most authentic food you can have from restaurant styles such as ethnic, fine dining and family style. Just about everything to fit your flavor.
This year’s Miami Spice has over 200 restaurants that are participating, offering three course meals and signature dishes. Where do I even begin? Decisions…. decisions! Well not really as I have broken down a few restaurants to visit throughout Miami Spice month.
Just as beautiful as the architecture of the Fontainebleau hotel so is the Hakkasan restaurant which features fine Asian food. They are known for their eloquent five course meals which features wonton soup, hot and sour lemongrass, crispy prawns and spring onion egg fried rice just to name a few.
BOURBON Steak Miami
A modern all American steakhouse that focuses on all natural ingredients and cuts of beef to give its customers a dining experience like no other. Headlined by the amazing celebrity culinary master chef Michael Mina who expresses, “I seek out innovative ways to bring harmony and balance into my life, and then into my restaurants, to satisfy and delight customers.” It doesn’t get any better than that! With a stellar award winning wine list and a beautiful architecturally designed space that seats over 200 guests Bourbon Steak is the place to be. Open from 6:00p.m.
Cipriani Downtown Miami
Cipriani located downtown Miami is an Italian restaurant operated by the Cipriani fourth generation family that offers authentic Venetian cuisines. The unique dining experience is absolutely gorgeous with white and a blue interior overlooking the waterfront adds to the spectacular mood of this restaurant. Cipriani is open seven days a week. Be sure to check them out.
KYU is an Asian infused American restaurant that does most of its food preparation over a wood-fire grill. Headlined by Chef Michael Lewis and general manager Steven Haigh, KYU brings a new flare to dining in the Wynwood scene. With the best Asian flavors, grilling methods and the most vibrant atmosphere; KYU is a must visit.
Lure Fish bar
Lure Fish bar is a seafood restaurant that features the finest dining. Lure Fish bar provides the freshest of seafood from a wide selection such as oysters, fish, sushi and shellfish among others. They also feature non seafood dishes as well so they have everything to suit your cravings. The restaurant is located in the Loews Miami Beach Hotel.