Miami Spice Last Call: Five Restaurants Not to Miss
Hard to believe, but Miami Spice is nearly over. The two-month-long dining event ends Monday, September 30, taking with it well-priced three-course lunches and dinners.
Laine Doss Pizza with a view at Alba Seaside Italian for Miami Spice.
The good news: You still have a few days to get your Spice fix. We've made it easy for you by offering five restaurants you simply cannot miss (and why).
Tongue & Cheek
Sara Ventiara Two chefs..one meal.
Didn't make it to Tongue & Cheek's Kitchen Collab dinner with Lindsay Autry? Don't fret, because the awesome meal, which featured dishes by T&C's Jamie DeRosa and Top Chef alum and Sundy House executive chef Lindsay Autry, will be featured on a special Miami Spice menu through Monday. Menu items include chilled tuna with yogurt semifreddo, puffed rice and spiced pear dashi; crispy fried pork torchon with grilled fig, pumpkin seed, and mostarda; ricotta gnocchi with octopus bolognese, uni, and bottarga; and rabbit "à la moutarde" with carrot, sunflower seed risotto, and marshmallow.
Miami Spice is offered here for dinner only, Friday through Monday.
See also: Miami Spice for Weekend Brunch
Alba Seaside Italian
Laine Doss Short Rib pizza. Meaty, cheesy goodness.
The weather forecast for this weekend calls for low humidity and gorgeous cooler weather, which means it's perfect to head to Alba Seaside Italian and dine on the beautiful patio overlooking the ocean. Miami Spice lunch options include pizza (for an appetizer), moules-frites or a lobster and crab sandwich for entrée, and cookies and milk for dessert. For dinner, try the short-rib pizza, brimming with cheese and melt-in-your-mouth meat, as an entrée. An additional $15 gets you unlimited wine or sangria. If you're feeling lucky, play the Vinny D split. If your number comes up, the meal is on the house -- but be sure to leave a tip!
Miami Spice is offered for lunch and dinner Friday through Monday.