Miami Spice: The Top Ten Boozy Deals

Miami Spice is one of the best dining deals this city has to offer. With nearly 200 restaurants offering three-course meals at great prices, what could possibly sweeten the pot?

Well, how about free (or discounted) wine, beer, or cocktails? Done and done. Here are our ten favorite boozy Spice offers. Check out for price points and the days each restaurant offers Spice.

See also: Miami Spice: The Ten Best Weekend Deals

10. Katsuya by Starck

This chic Japanese restaurant at the SLS Hotel South Beach is offering special Miami Spice cocktails. Try the Dragon ($10), a Grey Goose, ginger, and yuzu infused cocktail; or enjoy a white grapefruit cosmopolitan ($10), with Absolut Ruby Red and fresh-squeezed juices. Planning on trying several cocktails with dinner? Stay at the SLS and get a Miami Spice dinner at Katsuya or the Bazaar free when you use the code SPICE.

9. Toro Toro

This restaurant at the InterContinental Miami held an entire Spice-related cocktail contest. The winner, a Spicy Ginger Snap Mojito, can be yours for $8 with lunch or dinner.

See also: Spicy Ginger Snap Mojito Recipe: A Miami Spice Cocktail

8. The Social Club

While you're enjoying your Spice dinner, you can add two signature cocktails, beer or wine to dinner for $15. Three libations will cost you $21.

7. Angelique Euro Cafe

This Coral Gables eatery has several Spice deals. On Wednesdays, the restaurant offers a selection of $15 wine bottles with your Spice dinner. On Thursday, enjoy a complimentary glass of bubbly with your dinner. Wine not your thing? Choose from a selection of import and craft beers for only $4 with Spice.

6. Florida Cookery

Locals (and visitors, too) will save 50% off all cocktails from 4 - 11 p.m. Enjoy drinks like the Local, made with Jack Daniels, ginger, and soda or the Kingston Sidecar made with Belvedere, Cointreau, Maraschino, mango puree, and lemon. Beach parking the only thing keeping you from having dinner here? There's complimentary valet parking, so no excuses!

See also: Miami Spice: Florida Cookery's Vegetarian-Friendly Lunch

5. Talavera Cocina Mexicana

Enjoy a complimentary welcome drink when you order off the Miami Spice menu. Choose from a classic margarita, or have a non-alcoholic agua fresca.

4. Peacock Garden Cafe

Guests who order off the Miami Spice menu will receive a complimentary glass of fresh basil lemonade, available with or without alcohol (we'll opt for the spiked version).

3. Jaguar Ceviche Spoon Bar & Latam Grill

A complimentary welcome drink will be offered to diners who order from the Miami Spice menu. Choose from a Pisco Sour or a non-alcoholic agua fresca, if you prefer.

2. Biscayne Tavern

Get your Spice on with a complimentary craft beer for anyone 21 and over dining off the Spice dinner menu. If you're under 21, you'll be offered a free soft drink.

1. Mercadito Midtown

Mercadito realizes that no meal is complete without a libation. So their Miami Spice dinner menu includes a complimentary drink. And not just a welcome drink of their's your choice, baby. There are so many offers on the table, it's like they opened the bar for you. You can choose from their margarita tradicional, pepino el pyu, little market, or los hermanos. Like beer? Choose from a michelada beer cocktail, or Corona, Corona light, Pacifico, Modelo, Negra Modelo, Dos Equis lager, or Tecate. Though wine lovers are left with only Malbec as a choice, we don't think too many people will complain about this boozy deal.

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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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