Miami Spice

Miami Spice 2018: The Five Best Seafood Restaurants

Stuffed lobster at Lure Fishbar
Stuffed lobster at Lure Fishbar Courtesy of Lure Fishbar
Miami is a coastal town, which means meals call for a taste of the ocean. The freshest seafood can be pricey, which is why Miami Spice is the perfect time to indulge in shucked oysters, plump crab, and succulent shrimp. The promotion offers $23 lunch and $39 three-course dinner menus (tax, tip, and drinks are not included) at more than 200 participating eateries.

These five restaurants are known for offering fresh, high-quality fruits of the sea, such as salmon, sushi, lobster, oysters, and jumbo shrimp. Try them before Miami Spice ends September 30.
click to enlarge Shrimp Mykonos at Santorini by Georgios. - PHOTO BY MI RIETHER
Shrimp Mykonos at Santorini by Georgios.
Photo by Mi Riether
1. Santorini by Georgios. For hearty, uncontrived seafood in a convivial atmosphere, head to this vibrant Greek spot docked at the beachfront Hilton Bentley. Begin your meal with seafood ceviche or dip into a bright bowl of fish soup. Standout entreés are whole branzino, shrimp Mykonos, fried Florida lobster, and black and blue bigeye tuna. Listen to live music by the pool while you enjoy a dessert of baklava, cuatro leches, warm chocolate cake with ice cream, or classic tiramisu. 101 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach; 305-672-6624; Miami Spice is offered for lunch and dinner daily.
click to enlarge Charcoal-grilled octopus at Milos. - COURTESY OF ESTIATORIO MILOS
Charcoal-grilled octopus at Milos.
Courtesy of Estiatorio Milos
2. Estiatorio Milos by Costas Spiliadis. This refined restaurant in the heart of South of Fifth flies fresh seafood in from the Mediterranean daily. Start your meal with salmon tartare, charcoal-grilled octopus, or lightly fried calamari. Main-course options include dorado royale and Faroe Islands organic salmon. For dessert, indulge in real Greek yogurt, a seasonal fruit platter, or baklava. 730 First St., Miami Beach; 305-604-6800; Miami Spice is offered for lunch and dinner daily.
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Juliana Accioly
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