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More Miami Restaurants to Choose From

October 14, 2013

Another South Florida September comes to a close with a whirlwind of opportunities to dance and romance. Our game plan for September takes you to jazz clubs, dance halls, art galleries and the performing arts center where tickets to one of the most exciting new shows can be yours for half price. Enjoy five star gourmet meals at top restaurants or discover some of our favorite ethnic eateries. The Miami Spice discount dining program is nearly at an end so this weekend is your last chance to save on the best restaurants in town.

Front Porch Cafe / 1418 Ocean Drive / If the touristy vibe of those frozen drink bars throws you off, start the day at this laid back sidewalk cafe where omelettes, pancakes, smoothies and granola parfaits with fresh fruit are the perfect antidote to whatever trouble you caused last night. Sit on the terrace overlooking Lummus Park and enjoy the early morning air before the crowds overwhelm Ocean Drive.

Soyka / 5556 NE 4 Court / Rumors that Joe Allen's chef decamped to Soyka make a brunch run ideal. Order the $30 unlimited mimosas and make a day of it with traditional egg dishes and all that extra vitamin C to help keep the doctor away!

Hakkasan /4441 Collins Avenue / The Fontainebleau's elegant Asian eatery celebrates the Miami Spice dining program with a prix fixe dim sum brunch for just $22 per person. Guests enjoy a variety of small plates that encompass the best of the dumplings, BBQ meats, a few prepared entrees, soups and hand made noodles as well. There is no better way to taste the full spectrum of the kitchen's talents than to try this deal!

Mercadito / 3252 NE First Avenue / Escape to Midtown's upscale Mexican eatery where brunch is punched up with a Maria Sangrita, a tequila-charged bloody mary potion that will cure your ills. Pair that with the dulce de leche French Toast and you're good to go! Groups can dine "family style" by sharing 3 dishes and 2 hours of unlimited drink service for $30 each.

The Forge / 432 Arthur Godfrey Road / Chef Dewey LoSasso makes this Miami Beach landmark all his own with lobster PBJs and a great tapas starting line up to pair with an awe-inspiring variety of wines by the glass served by enomatic wine machines that keep dozens of bottles at the ready for your sampling pleasure. Experience the new Forge tonight!

Smith & Wollensky / 1 Washington Avenue / South Pointe Park faces the busy waterway that connects Miami to the Atlantic Ocean. Cruise ships pass through on their way to the sea. Smith & Wollensky offers waterside tables in full view of the action and a $35 Miami Spice* dinner with caesar salad, filet mignon and summer peach cobbler that's simply irresistible. (*other menu items are posted at the Miami Spice website).

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