Our List of Top 5 Miami Spice Menus

Our List of Top 5 Miami Spice Menus

The Miami heat might be killing us slowly, but our consolation prize is finally here and we must seize it like there is no tomorrow! Well, it will be there tomorrow, but after September Miami Spice participating restaurants are a bit pricey to actually try them all, or a few, at least.

This year, 243 restaurants are participating vs. 181 last year. Restaurants such as Ariete and Michael Genuine have entered or re-entered this year because Miami Spice has become essential for the success of Miami restaurants during the slowest months of August and September.

Lucky for us, our summer just got spicier. With so many choices, we can get all mixed up, so allow us to guide you through our compilation of top 5 best culinary experiences in Miami Spice this year.

The Perfect Bachelorette Party in Miami

The Perfect Bachelorette Party in Miami

The first thing you'd better realize about your bachelorette party in Miami is that you don't want a party; you want a Miami Bachelorette party experience. This is all about leaving the dangers and freedoms of being single behind you, before settling into some version of quiet, married respectability. This is a big deal! So do not go quietly into that good night, no-no: Make it a scream of delight. 

John Lermayer

John Lermayer

John Lermayer is an award-winning bartender best known for his animated personality and enticing cocktails. With two decades of experience, Lermayer has garnered worldwide attention from the cocktail community after working in top nightlife spots in NYC, Miami, and the Hamptons. Hailing from New York, the Miami-based bartender gained global recognition as the mastermind behind the award-winning cocktail menu at The Florida Room at Delano.

Locals is Better: The 4 Best Local Spots in Miami

Locals is Better: The 4 Best Local Spots in Miami

So you're visiting Miami or you just moved here and you're looking for a good time, great! You're in luck because Miami is the fun capital of the world. Now you have to ask yourself if you want be a tourist or an insider. Do you want to just visit the city, maybe buy a “I’m in Miami bitch” neon tee shirt to prove to people you were here, or do you want to touch the real, the actual, the living, vibrant, empirical Miami? The latter of course, unless you're really into tee neon shirts. And how do you find that rare, local, hidden Miami? Where's the party, in other words? Where can you dine and drink and feel like you're part of the life of a great coastal city?