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French Spice: Prix-Fixe Meals All November Long

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Jumping on the coat tails of the very successful yearly August and September Miami Spice, French restaurants have followed suit. Et pour quoi pas? Good, creative meals at reasonable prices ... c'est magnifique!

This month-long promotion incites lovers of French food to dine at some of the best Gallic inspired eateries, for a fraction of the usual costs. French Spice, three-course bistro lunches are $15, while dinners will go for a reasonable $25. Gourmet category, three-course lunches are priced at $22 and dinners will set you back $35. That's a yummy deal. All of the chefs have created special menus that reflect the fresh taste of homemade, as well as local quality products fused with imported delicacies from France to create tantalizing dishes for your culinary pleasure. But wait, all of the dining options include a glass of wine or Champagne. A votre santé!

French Spice is an annual festival showcasing the diversity and richness of the French presence in South Florida with events including roundtables and luncheons on economic and commercial topics, cocktails, art exhibits and educational activities.

Restaurants participating in the festivities are: La Palme d'Or at the Biltmore Hotel, Angelique Euro Café, Atrio Restaurant at the Conrad Miami, Bistro 555 a Wine Depot, Café Bastille, Cote Gourmet, Green Street Cafe, La Brochette Bistro, La Crepe Bistro, La Goulue, La Riviera, Le Melting Pot, Le Provencal, Le Rivage, Loulou le Petit Bistro, Lulu, Maison Gourmet, Miami Art Café, Otentic Fresh Food, Provence Grill and Vita by Baoli. Tax and gratuity are not included.

For additional info visit frenchspicemiami.com. Bon Appetit!

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