The Ten Best Fall Menu Deals at Miami Restaurants

Leku's outdoor patio
Leku's outdoor patio Photo by Brigitte Schambon
Autumn is officially here and, despite the still-balmy Miami weather, our inner foodie clock drifts to soul-warming meals.

To answer our comfort food call, some Miami restaurants are offering hearty prix-fixe options, while others have opted to feature tasting menus. Here are ten fall menu deals to try at Miami eateries.
click to enlarge Fall dinner items at Azabu - PHOTO COURTESY OF AZABU
Fall dinner items at Azabu
Photo courtesy of Azabu

Azabu Miami Beach

161 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach

Azabu Miami Beach is featuring a special Japanese autumn feast daily for dinner through December 1. Grab a seat in the main dining room or outdoors to enjoy the three-course menu, which opens with appetizer choices of tuna tartare, spicy tuna roll, or Azabu lobster tempura. Then pick from vegan Japanese curry, kaarage fried chicken, or steamed salmon with spicy aioli. For dessert, the restaurant offers mochi ice cream or a cheese tart. A complimentary glass of wine or draft beer seals the deal. Dinner costs $45 per person and is available nightly.
click to enlarge Colorado rack of lamb at Bâoli - PHOTO BY BRINSON RENDA
Colorado rack of lamb at Bâoli
Photo by Brinson Renda


1906 Collins Ave., Miami Beach

Bâoli will features special “Endless Summer” menu through October 31. Enjoy the restaurant/lounge’s vibrant vibe while indulging in options of tuna tatami, Colorado rack of lamb, and mushroom risotto. For dessert, try the Nutella churros. Variations of the "Endless Summer" menu are also offered at Bâoli's sister restaurants, El Tucán and Marion. Dinner costs $65 and is available nightly. Last seating is at 8;30 p.m.
click to enlarge Pork belly bao buns at Buya - PHOTO COURTESY OF BUYA
Pork belly bao buns at Buya
Photo courtesy of Buya

Buya Izakaya + Yakitori

250 NW 24th St., Miami

Buya in Wynwood has debuted a three-course lunch menu. The list of kushiyaki and yakitori small plates include appetizers of seaweed salad, salmon sashimi, and blistered shishito peppers. As a second course, options include short rib or pork belly bao buns, chicken thighs, yellowtail snapper, or grilled Wagyu skewers. Lunch costs $32 and is available Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 3 p.m.
click to enlarge Cote's "Butcher Feast" - PHOTO BY GARY HE
Cote's "Butcher Feast"
Photo by Gary He


3900 NE Second Ave., Miami

Cote’s “Butcher’s Feast” features four select cuts of USDA Prime and American Wagyu beef, complemented by dishes of fresh red leaf lettuce with ssamjang (Korean spicy dipping sauce), savory egg soufflé, and two stews with rice. The meal ends with soft-serve ice cream, blended with soy sauce caramel for dessert. Dinner costs $58 per person and is available nightly.
click to enlarge Il Mulino's dining room - PHOTO COURTESY OF ACQUALINA RESORT
Il Mulino's dining room
Photo courtesy of Acqualina Resort

Il Mulino

17875 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach

Il Mulino at Acqualina Hotel now offers a special fall sunset menu. An order of prosciutto and melon, grilled octopus, or salmon tartare are starter options. Main course choices are veal piccata, cacio y pepe risotto, or seafood linguine. A sweet ending of ricotta cake or chocolate cake ends your meal. Pair with one of the many options from the restaurant's wine menu. Sunset menu costs $49 and is offered Sunday through Thursday from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
click to enlarge The deck at Juvia offers stunning views. - PHOTO COURTESY OF JUVIA
The deck at Juvia offers stunning views.
Photo courtesy of Juvia


1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach

Wednesday through Saturday, Juvia offers a special sunset dinner, a three-course menu of dishes featuring the restaurant’s signature hybrid of Asian, French and Latin-American cuisines. Find a number of starter choices, including quinoa salad topped with chunks of watermelon and seasoned with a citrus mint vinaigrette and crispy pork belly. Entrées include panko-breaded organic chicken and pan-seared salmon, served with a side of buckwheat vegetable risotto. Finish with tiramisu. A complimentary glass of prosecco is included. Sunset dinner costs $45 and is offered from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. nightly.
click to enlarge Roasted cauliflower at Le Jardinier - PHOTO BY RICARDO MEJIA
Roasted cauliflower at Le Jardinier
Photo by Ricardo Mejia

Le Jardinier

151 NE 41 St., Miami

Le Jardinier offers a seasonal menu that highlights fall produce like pumpkins, apples, and figs. Dishes include pumpkin vichyssoise with grilled apples ($22), and burrata served with kabocha mousse and fig and marcona almond gremolata ($24). A discovery tasting menu is also available for $125 nightly.
click to enlarge Leku's special pinxto - PHOTO COURTESY OF LEKU
Leku's special pinxto
Photo courtesy of Leku

Leku Miami at the Rubell Museum

1100 NW 23rd St., Miami

Leku in the Rubell Museum is a modern restaurant that utilizes seasonal ingredients. The eatery’s “Experience” menu, offered for lunch and dinner, is an 11-course affair of rotating dishes such as beet tartare with olive oil caviar, Basque potato salad with prawn carpaccio, short rib sliders in pan de leche, and a whole branzino. The "Experience" lunch or dinner costs $125 and is offered Wednesday through Sunday.
The Ocean Grill's panzanella salad
Photo courtesy of the Setai Hotel/Brustman Carrino Public Relations

Ocean Grill at the Setai

 2001 Collins Ave., Miami Beach

Ocean Grill’s special fall lunch menu is accompanied by direct ocean views. The three-course prix-fixe menu includes a range of Mediterranean-inspired dishes, including beet and goat cheese salad, ceviche, and chicken paillard. Lunch costs $29 per person and is offered Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
click to enlarge Tur Kitchen's dining room - PHOTO COURTESY OF TUR KITCHEN
Tur Kitchen's dining room
Photo courtesy of Tur Kitchen

Tur Kitchen

259 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables

Tur Kitchen is offering a special, three-course lunch prix-fixe. Appetizer standouts here are roasted squid with Medjool dates and a dish of burrata and heirloom tomatoes. Entrées include gnocchi with sun-dried tomatoes, basil artichokes, and goat cheese; cauliflower steak with tabouleh and mint; and a Wagyu bavette served with crisped polenta. Lunch costs $35 per person and is available Monday through Friday from noon to 3 p.m.
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