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Miami Spice 2018: The Best Restaurant Deals in Doral and Kendall

Miami Spice 2018: The Best Restaurant Deals in Doral and Kendall
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Most restaurants participating in Miami Spice are located in tourist-rich areas such as Brickell and Miami Beach, but Kendall and Doral are still represented with eateries serving juicy steaks and succulent seafood.

Instead of driving to the Beach or downtown, why not explore one of these spots offering a meal at the reduced price of $23 for lunch or brunch and $39 for dinner?
1. Bulla Gastrobar Doral. Bulla wins points for offering a complimentary glass of sangria to start your dinner. The gastropub also has a good selection of gluten-free options. Begin with ceviche de jalapeño of huevos cabreados with brava sauce; then continue with branzino con kale, peas, and ham, or salmon with baby spinach and chickpeas. For dessert, choose from creme Catalana with fresh berries or churros con chocolate. Lunch items include garbanzos frito or a refreshing gazpacho to start. Entrées include the Bulla burger or the eatery's much-talked-about huevos Bulla — a plate of house-made potato chips topped with a fried egg, Serrano ham, and potato foam. 5335 NW 87th Ave., Doral; 305-260-6543; bullagastrobar.com. Miami Spice is offered for lunch and dinner daily.
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2. BLT Prime. If it's steak and bone marrow you're after, look no further than the steakhouse at Trump National Doral Miami. Start with shrimp ceviche or goat cheese crostini before tucking into an eight-ounce filet mignon with smoked bone marrow butter and duck-fat steak fries. Finish with a s'mores brownie or passionfruit panna cotta. 4400 NW 87th Ave., Doral; 305-937-2777; e2hospitality.com/blt-prime-miami. Miami Spice is offered for lunch Monday through Friday and dinner daily.
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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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