The City of Coral Gables announces the return of Taste the Gables – Restaurant Month, offering a month of culinary experiences and exciting events. The month-long celebration looks to drive business to local restaurants throughout July, and strengthen the Gables dining scene.

Taste the Gables invites residents and visitors alike to indulge in an array of culinary experiences, showcasing the finest cuisine the city has to offer. Some 50 full-service and casual eateries are participating, providing specially curated prix fixe menus at attractive price points. Participants also include over 10 casual eateries offering happy hour specials and other promotions.

Notable full-service restaurants include:

  • Zitz Sum, Michelin Bib Gourmand
  • Bachour, Michelin Bib Gourmand
  • Eating House, Miami New Times Top 100 Restaurants
  • Tur Kitchen, Miami New Times Best Mediterranean Restaurant of 2023Lunch menus are priced between $30 and $35, and dinner between $45 and $60. With such diverse options, Taste the Gables ensures that there is something to please every palate.


Taste the Gables will also feature a concert series every Friday evening beginning July 5. Attendees can expect a lively musical event, creating an inviting atmosphere for all to enjoy. The schedule is as follows:

Giralda Plaza, 109 Giralda Ave.

  • July 5: Navy Band Southeast’s Deckplate Brass Band (8–10 p.m.)
  • July 12: Lazarito y La Makina Timbera (8–10 p.m.)

McBride Plaza, 150 Miracle Mile

  • July 19: OVERMANIA, Opening Act by Annecy’s Jazz Group (8–10 p.m.) July 26: Diva Revolution (8–10 p.m.)

“Taste the Gables promises to be a unique dining and entertainment experience, showcasing the exceptional culinary scene in Coral Gables,” says Belkys Perez, Economic Development Director for the City of Coral Gables. “It’s a great opportunity to taste the Gables’ newest restaurants and old favorites.”

For a list of participating restaurants and more information, visit


Founded in 1925, Coral Gables is a city of more than 50,000 residents centrally located in the Greater Miami area. “The City Beautiful” is home to more than 10 properties and one district on the National Register of Historic Places. Coral Gables was Florida’s first planned community and was designed to be an international city. Today, it is home to more than 20 consulates and foreign government offices and more than 100 multinational corporations. It serves as a major employment center with almost as many people working as residing in the city. The economy is a mixture of local and international businesses and home to the nationally ranked University of Miami, the city’s largest employer. It is renowned for its excellent municipal services, including accredited Police, Fire and Community Recreation departments, as well as a Class 1 Fire Department and Building Division. Additionally, it has received Triple A ratings from Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s Investors Service and Fitch Ratings. Exceptional municipal services, strong finances, high quality of life, convenient travel access, responsible growth, and a diversified economy make Coral Gables a highly desirable place to live, work, learn, and play.