Miami’s beloved culinary festival “ Miami Spice” is back with approx. 150 participating restaurants. If what you want is organic or sustainable food, I got your back.
If you have not visited these restaurants below yet, this is the best time to get to know them and get some good deals: Lunches are $23 per person and dinners are $39 per person.
Tuyo, Downtown: Sitting atop Miami Dade College's new Miami Culinary Institute, it offers an spectacular view of the bay and Miami skyline. Tuyo embraces farm-to-table and sustainability practices and sources organic ingredients from locals growers, producers and from its own edible organic garden. Dinner Only. Click here for menu.
Area 31, Brickell: This restaurant features seafood from its namesake region, Fishing Area 31, the ecologically sound marine waters of the Western Central Atlantic including the entire Florida coast, Central America and northern South America. They also source organic and local ingredients from organic farms like Paradise Farms. Lunch & Dinner. Click here for lunch menu, here for dinner menu.
The Oceanaire Seafood Room, Brickell: They are committed to using sustainably caught seafood. It is their goal to connect guests with healthy choices that impact in a positive way the oceans and the soil. Offerings are based entirely on market availability, seasonality and region. Lunch & Dinner. Click here for lunch menu, here for dinner menu.
Essensia Restaurant & Lounge, Miami Beach: This South Beach gem embraces a farm-to-table philosophy and offers a seasonal selection of global, wholesome cuisine made primarily with organic and locally sourced ingredients - including an on-property Chef's Organic Garden. They also offer Gluten-free options. Lunch & Dinner. Click here for lunch menu, here for dinner menu
Semilla Eatery & Bar, South Beach: With local draft beer and original cocktails Semilla's main focus is to provide the best food prepared with organic farm products and offer a friendly service in a cozy atmosphere. Dinner Only. Click here for menu.
Would love to hear if you make it to one of these restaurants. Happy Miami Spic-ing!