Miami Spice: Deal or No Deal? The Final Tally
Gazpacho at Palme d'Or -- it's a deal
We have spent the past couple of weeks going over Miami Spice menus and categorizing each as being either a deal (a bargain at $50 after tax/tip/etc.) or no deal (usually because of inferior menu selections or just not any real break from regular menu pricing). Links to the nine parts to the series are listed below. After that are the findings filed according to neighborhood. If you see a number in parenthesis next to a listed restaurant -- such as (9) after Asia de Cuba's listing -- it means the restaurant is linked to a different category other than neighborhood (in this case, Asia de Cuba is listed in part 9, "final menus").
Keep going for Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Mid Beach, Downtown/Design District, and all points North.
The Grill on The Alley
La Palma Ristorante
Pascal's On Ponce
Randazzo's Little Italy
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
Novecento 900 - Brickell
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