Restaurants Worth Driving to for Miami Spice


August 26, 2021

If you don’t know about Miami Spice, prepare to be enticed. Miami Spice 2021 is a two-month restaurant promotion organized by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureaus. Participants of this spectacular event can enjoy multi-course menus at a reduced price at Miami’s hottest restaurants. We are talking about $28 lunches and $42 dinners, but not your average meal—think over-the-top experiences! Since we love our followers, we thought we’d share because these restaurants are definitely worth the drive. Below are the Miami Spice menus of two delectable restaurants participating in the annual promotion—Estiatorio Ornos and Buya Wynnwood. The promotion will end on September 30, so it’s time to start packing for that impromptu Miami trip, perhaps?

Estiatorio Ornos

19565 Biscayne Blvd Suite 946, Aventura, FL 33180 

You no longer have to travel too far for warm, heartfelt Greek hospitality: experience it with Estiatorio Ornos’ Miami Spice menus. Celebrity Chef Michael Mina’s Greek concept, Estiatorio Ornos, is offering your choice of an authentic appetizer, a main dish, and a dessert that will transport your tastebuds to the Mediterranean. Featuring famous Ornos’ dishes like their Spanakopita, Grouper Sandwich, Wild Mushroom Moussaka, Lamb Sirloin Kebab, and Baklava, you’ll feel as if you’re eating from yiayia’s (grandma’s) kitchen, with an elevated presentation and hospitality that the MINA Group does so well.

 

 

Buya Wynwood

250 NW 24th St, Miami, FL 33127

This is one of the best Miami Spice deals! Buya Wynwood (meaning “small fire”), is offering two awesome deals for lunch (Tuesday through Saturday from 12:00 until 4:00 p.m.) and dinner (Tuesday through Thursday and Sunday night from 5:00 p.m. until close). Comprised of Chef’s favorite items that are sure to make your dining experience memorable, the most recent Omakase selection includes rad faves such as Yellowfin Tuna Sashimi, Yellowtail Snapper, Blistered Shishitos, Buya’s famed Tempura Beech Mushroom, Duck Gyoza Hot Pot, and more. FYI—this menu is similar to Omakase listed below at a fraction of the cost since it includes the Sake pairing, which usually costs $75.

We hope your eyes enjoyed this virtual feast. We’re definitely hungry now! Check out MiamiandBeaches.com to learn more about Miami Spice!

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