Miami Spice Returns

Organized by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB), presented by American Express and sponsored by Stella Artois and BACARDI® Rum, South Florida’s wildly-anticipated summer culinary celebration, Miami Spice Restaurant Program is set to run from August 1 through September 30, 2012 with a recordbreaking 171 participating restaurants. New to the program this year is an attractive, second pricing option, allowing many more of Miami and The Beaches’ top dining destinations to participate in Miami Spice.

“Miami Spice is a very exciting time of year for Greater Miami and The Beaches,” says Steve Haas, board chair of the GMCVB and owner of City Hall – The Restaurant. “It’s an effective way to support restaurant businesses during our slower season and gives foodies countless reasons to dine out.”

During this one-of-a-kind culinary event, destination restaurants will offer discounted, three course, prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus featuring a choice of an appetizer, entrée and dessert. This year, Miami Spice will consist of two restaurant groups: Luxury Dining and Fine Dining.

Luxury dining restaurants will offer three course prix-fixe lunches at $23 per person, dinners at $39.

Fine dining restaurants will feature menus at $19 for lunch, $33 for dinner.

(All menus exclude tax and gratuities)

New to the Miami Spice program this year are 53 restaurants:

Altamare Restaurant

Amalfi on the Beach

Amuse Restaurant & Lounge

Azzuro Italian Restaurant & Bar

Baoli Miami

Barceloneta Bistro



Bongo’s Cuban Café

Cibo Wine Bar

Copper Chimney


De Luca Food & Wine

Deco Blue Restaurant & Lounge

Dominque Bistro Club

Edge, Steak & Bar


Flame Caffe and Grill

Front Porch Café

Green House Organic Food Restaurant

Il Bolognese

J &G Grill

Jean Paul’s House


La Cote at Fontainbleau

La Gloutonnerie

Lantao Kitchen & Cocktails

Larios on the Beach

Luca Bella Family Style Italian

Macchialina Taverna Rustica

Maya Tapas & Grill – Ocean

Maya Tapas & Grill – Lincoln

Mesa Venezuelan French Cuisine

Mixtura Restaurant – Coral Gables

Mixtura Restaurant – Miami Beach

Off the Hookah Miami

Piazetta Marketplace and Restaurant


Seasons 52


The Dome Restaurant and Caviar Bar

The Dutch

The Federal Food Drink & Provisions

TIKL Raw Bar & Grill (Opening August 2012)

Toscana Divino in Miami

Tutto’s Mare Miami



Uvas Restaurant

Vesper American Brasserie

Villa Azur Restaurant & Lounge

Werner Staub’s Peppermill Restaurant

Wynwood Kitchen & Bar

More than 158,000 Miami Spice meals were served last year and the GMCVB expects to surpass that number due to the expanded format, still-growing list of participating restaurants, media and marketing partnerships as well as special city-wide summer promotions that overlap Miami Spice.

For an up-to-date list of participating restaurants, menus, and scheduled events, visit the Miami Spice Restaurant Program’s dedicated website:

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