Miami Spice

Miami Spice 2022: List of Participating Restaurants UPDATED

Leku at the Rubell Museum is one of the restaurants participating in Miami Spice 2022.
Leku at the Rubell Museum is one of the restaurants participating in Miami Spice 2022. Photo by Brigitte Schambon
Update published 7/27/2022: The Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau has expanded its list of restaurants participating in Miami Spice. Currently, over 200 restaurants will offer three-course prixe fixe meals from August 1 through September 30, 2022. This post has been updated to reflect all the restaurants currently participating in Miami Spice as of this date.

Miami Spice returns in August with prixe fixe discounts at some of the area's finest restaurants. Miami Spice, which runs August 1 through September 30, is back for its 21st year.

The program, sponsored by the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau, was originally designed to lure tourists to Miami. This task has been made easier over the past two decades, as Miami has cultivated an increasingly high-profile food scene. In May, the first Florida Michelin Guide was released, zeroing in on Miami, Orlando, and Tampa.

As of today, over 200 restaurants throughout Miami-Dade have confirmed their participation in Miami Spice, including establishments in Allapattah, Aventura, Bal Harbour, Brickell, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, the Design District, Doral, Kendall, Key Biscayne, Little Havana, Miami, Miami Beach, Miami Lakes, Pinecrest, South Miami, Sunny Isles Beach, and Wynwood.

More restaurants will join the list in the coming weeks as menus are finalized. (If you're a restaurateur in Miami, it's not too late to participate. Restaurateurs are asked to email [email protected] for details on how to be a part of Miami Spice.)

New restaurants this year include Leku at the Rubell Museum, Estiatorio Ornos, Chug's, Casa Isola, and Hoja Taqueria.

The price for Miami Spice lunch and brunch remains at an affordable $28 for a three-course meal. This year, dinner works on a two-tier system with options for $45 and $60 for three-course menus for the evening meal. All prices exclude tax, tip, and (in most cases) beverages.

A slight price increase is to be expected, frankly, given labor and supply chain issues throughout the country, with last year's Miami Spice dinner priced at $42.

Still, each Miami Spice meal averages a 30 to 40 percent discount from a comparable meal at each restaurant, making it a continued value and a promotion that's beloved by Miamians.

The official 2022 Miami Spice website,, lists participating restaurants, along with menus (subject to change).  Here's the lineup of participants (by neighborhood) as of today, with more restaurants to be added in the weeks to come.

  • Leku at Rubell Museum
  • Bourbon Steak
  • Casa D'Angelo
  • Estiatorio Ornos
  • Pubbelly Sushi
  • Reunion Ktchn Bar
  • Serafina
Bal Harbour
  • Artisan Beach House
  • Atlantikós at the St. Regis Bal Harbour
Coconut Grove
  • Chug's Cuban Diner
  • Glass & Vine
  • Isabelle's Grill Room & Garden
  • Jaguar Restaurant
  • The Key Club
  • Nave
  • Peacock Garden Bistro
  • Planta Queen
  • Strada in the Grove
Coral Gables
  • Bugatti Bistro
  • Ecléctico Restaurant & Bar
  • Fiola
  • Fontana
  • Gustave Restaurant
  • MesaMar Seafood Table
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House
  • Sawa Restaurant & Lounge
  • The Wagyu Bar
  • Tur Kitchen
  • Two Sisters Restaurant
Design District/Upper Eastside/Midtown
  • Blue Collar
  • Chica
  • Cote Miami
  • Michael's Genuine Food & Drink
  • Negroni Midtown
  • Osteria
  • Palat
  • Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill
  • Swan & Bar Bevy
  • Tigre
  • Via Emilia Garden
  • 94th Aero Squadron Restaurant
  • BLT Prime
  • Blue Matisse Restaurant and Nau Lounge
  • Casa Mariano
  • Bulla Gastrobar
  • Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market
  • Impressions
  • Marfil Bistro
  • Novecento
  • Pisco y Nazca
Downtown Miami/Brickell/Overtown
  • Amara at Paraiso
  • American Social
  • Bahia at the Four Seasons
  • Barsecco
  • Boulud Sud
  • Brasserie Brickell Key
  • Caña Restaurant and Lounge
  • Casablanca on the Bay
  • Ch'i
  • Crust
  • Da Tang Zhen Wei
  • Esotico
  • Est. 33 Thai Craft Brewery & Kitchen
  • Fi'lia
  • Hutong
  • Kaori
  • Komodo
  • La Cañita
  • La Terraza Café & Bar
  • LPM Restaurant & Bar
  • Marabu
  • Mignonette
  • Novecento
  • Paperfish Sushi
  • Perricone's Marketplace and Cafe
  • Pubbelly Sushi Brickell City Centre
  • Quinto La Huella
  • Red Rooster Overtown
  • Seaspice
  • Sexy Fish
  • Sushiato
  • Toro Toro
  • Toscana Divino
  • Truluck's
  • Zuma
  • Café Catula Fine Restaurant and Art Gallery
  • Chef Adrianne's Vineyard Restaurant and Wine Bar
  • Pisco y Nazca
  • Pubbelly Sushi Dadeland
  • Whitney's Restaurant
Key Biscayne
  • Cantina Beach
  • Lightkeepers
  • Novecento
Little Havana
  • Cafe La Trova
Miami Beach
  • Ambersweet at The Confidante Miami Beach
  • Cafe Prima Pasta
  • Donna Mare Trattoria
  • Gitano Miami at Casa Faena
  • Hakkasan
  • Hoja Taqueria
  • Los Fuegos
  • The Lounge at the Confidante
  • New Campo Argentino
  • Ocean Social
  • Pao by Paul Qui
  • The Restaurant at the Palms
  • StripSteak by Michael Mina
  • The Strand at Carillon
Miami Beach (South Beach)
  • 7 Spices Restaurant & Lounge
  • A Fish Called Avalon
  • AbbaléTelavivian Kitchen
  • Amalia
  • Azabu
  • Bagatelle
  • Baia Beach Club
  • Bar Collins
  • The Bazaar by José Andrés
  • Byblos Miami
  • Cafe Americano
  • Casa Isola Osteria
  • Chotto Matte
  • Como Como
  • Dolce Italian Restaurant
  • Drunken Dragon
  • Estiatorio Milos
  • Fi'lia South Beach
  • Fratelli La Bufala
  • Full Bloom - Gourmet Vegan Cuisine
  • Havana 1957 Ocean Drive
  • Jaya at the Setai
  • Juvia
  • Katsuya
  • Komma Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar
  • Kosushi
  • La Cerveceria De Barrio
  • Layla
  • Lido Restaurant
  • Mareva 1939 at the National Hotel
  • Meet Dalia
  • Mercato Della Pescheria
  • Mila
  • The Ocean Grill
  • Ola Restaurant
  • Orange Blossom
  • Orilla Bar & Grill
  • Osteria Morini
  • Planta
  • Prime Fish
  • Prime Italian
  • Pubbelly Sushi Miami Beach
  • RWSB Miami
  • Raspoutine
  • Sardinia
  • Social Club
  • Serena Miami
  • Sérêvène Miami
  • Social Club
  • Stiltsville Fish Bar
  • Strawberry Moon
  • Sushi Garage
  • Tanuki Miami
  • Texas de Brazil
  • Tropezón
  • Via Emilia 9
  • Villa Azur
  • Yard House
  • Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
Miami Lakes
  • Korner 67
  • ML Steaks + Sports
  • Bulla Gastrobar the Falls
  • French Bistro
  • Platea
  • True Food Kitchen
South Miami Area
  • Cracked by Chef Adrianne
  • M'Italia Kitchen
  • Old Lisbon Sunset Drive
  • Root & Bone
  • Two Chefs Restaurant
Sunny Isles Beach
  • Azzurro Italian Restaurant & Bar
  • Kitchen 305
  • Il Mulino NY
  • Neya
  • Back Door Monkey
  • Bakan
  • Bottled Blonde
  • Cerveceria La Tropical
  • Kyu
  • Mayami Mexicantina & Bar
  • Pez Loco
  • Wayku
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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times. She has been featured on Cooking Channel's Eat Street and Food Network's Great Food Truck Race. She won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature about what it's like to wait tables.
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