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    Miami Spice returns this August with prix fixes at some of the finest restaurants for the reduced price of $23 for lunch and $39 for dinner. Spice, which runs August 1 through September 30, is designed to encourage visitors and locals to explore new restaurants and visit old favorites by providing discounted three-course meals. The promotion also helps many eateries survive Miami's summer slump, when attendance drops as locals flock to cooler climes and tourists opt out of frying on our beaches.

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    Each year, one reason compels Miamians to stay home for the summer: They can dine at the best local restaurants for less than 40 bucks a pop.

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    Miami Spice takes place August 1 through September 30, when more than 200 local restaurants will serve three-course lunch, brunch, and dinner menus at accessible $23 and $39 price points. Recently, Komodo provided a sneak peek of its menu. The three-story, indoor/outdoor pan-Asian eatery and lounge from nightlife guru David Grutman (the man behind LIV and Story) offered a one-night preview hosted by the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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    Miami Spice will return August 1, when more than 200 restaurants will offer discounted lunch and dinner menus through the end of September. This year, for the first time, Spice also offers brunch menus at select restaurants, including Essensia, Bakehouse Brasserie, Fooq's, and Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market. Participating spots will serve three-course meals Saturdays and/or Sundays for $23 (tax, tip, and beverages not included).

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    A closer look at what Cecconi's Miami Beach is offering during Miami Spice 2017.

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    If you still haven’t had the chance to try two of Brickell’s hottest restaurants to open in the past year — Bazaar Mar and Fi’lia — Miami Spice is the time to do it.

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    Miami Spice is here. From now through September 30, close to 240 of the city's best restaurants will offer $23 prix-fixe lunches and $39 dinners with some adding a $23 weekend brunch to the mix. While you have close to two months to experience as many menus as you can, choosing from over 200 establishments can still be daunting. To make it easier, New Times is sharing some guides to help you along the way.

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    The good news is Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Matador Room at the Miami Beach Edition is participating in Miami Spice. The bad news is its $39 three-course, prix-fixe dinner menu isn't offered on Fridays or Saturdays. Regardless, the light and bright Spice menu is the perfect antidote for the Miami summer doldrums.

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    While Miami Spice is a smorgasbord of multicourse deliciousness, it's also big on meat, dairy, and eggs. Veg eaters can feel left out, to say the least. Luckily, among the hundreds of participating restaurants there are plenty of options for herbivores — so they can indulge along with every other Miamian. Many of the selections below are vegetarian but can be made vegan upon request. Be sure to ask your server in advance; some spots recommend vegans order off the regular menu. Prices for Miami Spice run $23 for lunch and $39 for dinner.

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    New Times researched the list of newcomers to Miami Spice and handpicked the ten best restaurants to try. It's good to note that some of them are new, while others are merely new to Spice this year. As always, menus are subject to change with availability and seasonality, and reservations are suggested.

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    Bird & Bone, chef Richard Hales' Southern restaurant inside the Confidante, has one of the best-valued Spice lunches. The three-course meal, which includes many of Hales' most popular plates, offers about a 30 percent discount compared to a regularly priced lunch at the restaurant.

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    Mignonette Uptown, located in North Miami Beach, will reach nine months old September 6. To mark the occasion, the restaurant has added new items to its Miami Spice menus. This is the final month diners can snag the unbeatable deal of a three-course lunch for $23 and dinner for $39.

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    To help local restaurants, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) has extended Miami Spice through October. The dining program, which traditionally runs August 1 through September 30, is designed to give a financial boost to local eateries during Miami's slowest months for tourism.

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    There are about three weeks left of Miami Spice, where more than 200 restaurants offer up discounted lunch, brunch, and dinner menus. The program, which traditionally runs from August 1 through September 30, was extended through October to help local restaurants recuperate days and even weeks of lost revenue from Hurricane Irma. Miami Spice offers a three-course lunch or brunch for $23 and dinner for $39, plus tax and tip. Before time runs out, here are some restaurants to sample before October 31 that highlight sushi, sashimi, and unique raw fish mash-ups.

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    Miami Spice returns this August with prix fixes at some of the finest restaurants for the reduced price of $23 for lunch and brunch and $39 for dinner. Spice, which runs August 1 through September 30 and is returning for its 17th year, is designed to encourage visitors and locals to explore new restaurants and visit old favorites by providing discounted three-course meals...

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    Miami Spice returns this August with prix fixes at some of the area's best restaurants for the reduced price of $23 for lunch and brunch and $39 for dinner. Running from August 1 through September 30, the program started 17 years ago as a way to promote Miami's restaurants to visitors and locals. Since its inception, the program has grown to include hundreds of participating restaurants.

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    This year, more than 240 eateries, including two dozen new spots, will offer Miami Spice menus. Among them are David Grutman's vegan restaurant, Planta; Jose Mendin's Habitat; and Helene Henderson's farm-to-table spot, Malibu Farm.

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