Calling all seafood lovers! The ultimate guide to Miami Spice’s best seafood spots is here. With Miami Spice being a foodie’s favorite season and summer being seafood’s best season, this is the perfect way for you all to indulge in your favorite catch of the day with the most amazing deals.
Spice Seafood Dish(es): Hand Roll and Unagi Eggplant
Not interested in seafood? Don’t miss out on sushi either way at PLANTA Queen in Coconut Grove’s CocoWalk. Try the Unagi Eggplant instead of eel nigiri and the spicy ahi watermelon Hand Roll instead of a spicy tuna roll. PLANTA Queen Coconut Grove is all guilt-free without missing out.
Spice Seafood Dish(es): Moules Frites
Description: Le Zoo’s Freshly caught mussels are cooked in a bath of white wine, tasty provence herbs, with tangy lemon & fresh garlic flavors. The dish is offered as an entreé in Le Zoo’s $28 Miami Spice lunch menu.
Spice Seafood Dish(es): Scallop Carpaccio and Crab Cakes
Description: Stiltsville Fish Bar is the go-to place for all things seafood and spice. Whether it’s their Scallop Carpaccio, Crab Cakes or the Shrimp and Grits, you simply cannot go wrong with their $45 dinner menu.
Spice Seafood Dish(es): Pan Roasted Snapper and Calamari Fritti
Description: Italian eatery Mi’Talia is serving up some of the most fresh seafood dishes for the month of August — Check out their $45 dinner menu with the Calamari Fritti appetizer, made with crispy and crunchy calamari, spicy chili aioli + meyer lemon, and the Pan Roasted Snapper entreé, made with eggplant caponata, roasted tomatoes, gold bar squash + onion soubise.
Spice Seafood Dish(es): Snapper ceviche and Cedar Plank Salmon
Description: Fish at peak-freshness at The Key Club. The restaurant’s $45 Miami Spice dinner menu offers cold plates like Snapper ceviche to hot plates like Cedar Plank Salmon, and you can’t go wrong with either.
Spice Seafood Dish(es): Farroe Island Salmon and Hamachi Crudo
Description: Swan’s Faroe Island Salmon – made with farro, ripe avocado, and juicy grapefruit – and the Hamachi Crudo – made with yuzu ponzu, crispy shallot and chili oil – are both featured on the restaurant’s $45 Spice dinner menu. Don’t walk, run!
Spice Seafood Dish(es): Local Snapper
Description: Featured on their $45 dinner menu, Glass & Vine’s Local Snapper is a taste of seafood at its finest. Paired with grilled bok choy, scallions, pickled onions, orange garlic sauce, and crushed potatoes, this dish bursts with flavor, while still maintaining the seafood freshness we all are craving this season.
Spice Seafood Dish(es): Shrimp Tacos and Miso Sea Bass
Description: Fresh fish is always found at the Miami favorite, Sushi Garage. With Shrimp Tacos for an appetizer and Miso Sea Bass as an entreé, these rich-flavored and soft-textured dishes will leave you wanting more and more.
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