Miami Spice 2017: The passion for American food

July 23, 2017

What does Miami Spice 2017 bring you? A gastronomical diversity that promises to captivate local and tourist tastes alike through signature dishes of over 200 restaurants representing the most famed and popular cuisines in the whole world.


For example, lovers of traditional, Southern, fusion or contemporary American cuisine count on 40 restaurants this year that take part in Miami Spice 2017; therefore, there’s no excuse for missing out on the most original and known dishes of this cuisine.


Starting from this Tuesday 1 August and until next Saturday 30 September, Miami Spice 2017 brings you special menus at affordable prices: lunches and brunches at $23 and dinners at $39. These fixed prices do not include drinks, taxes or tipping.


At MiamiSmith we have made a user-friendly map that divides the city into 4 zones and allows you to quickly find the American restaurant of your choice and the zone where it is located.




Corsair Kitchen & Bar


Blue Collar

The Social Club

Michael's Genuine Food & Drink

Alter Miami

27 Restaurant and Bar

Bird & Bone

Essensia Restaurant & Lounge

Sugar Factory Lincoln Road

Sugar Factory Ocean Drive

Sweet Liberty

The Sarsaparrilla Club

The Continental

The Dutch

The Tuck Room

Fresh American Bistro

Kitchen 305

Beaker & Gray

R House

Deck Sixteen

The Restaurant

Neomi's Grill

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar


 ZONE  3


Peacock Garden Bistro




Seasons 52

Chef Adrianne's Vineyard Restaurant & Wine Bar

94th Aero Squadron

La Riviera

House Kitchen & Bar

The Seven Dials





Tuyo at Miami Culinary Institute

El Cielo Restaurant

Brava By Brad Kilgore


If you want to know more about Miami Spice 2017, see the guide here

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