Miami Spice in Miami Beach
When dining out with a large group of people, there’s always the risk of someone ordering too much or someone sneaking away to use the restroom when it’s time to pay the bill. During Miami Spice, this becomes practically a non-issue thanks to the fixed-price lunch ($22) and dinner ($39) menus available at numerous restaurants. In case you need a suggestion or two on where to dine, consider the following options.
Examining the menu options at The Bazaar by Jose Andres on Collins Avenue is a Herculean effort thanks to the 50+ choices available. You may wish to consider the Cuban coffee-rubbed rib eye topped with a sauce that tastes a lot like passion fruit. For dessert, you can’t go wrong with the S’mores chocolate cake or the key lime pie.
Also on Collins Avenue is the Mediterranean-inspired Byblos at South Beach’s Royal Palm Hotel. This perennial Miami Spice participant its habibi marguerite and if you’re a fan of lamb, there is lots to choose from. Another cool thing about this place? The Miami Spice menu includes the choice of two appetizers.
What are some of the Miami Spice restaurants you’ve found offer great meals plus a great ambiance for group outings?
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