Top Ten Restaurant Deals for Lunch and Dinner in Miami


Fall has officially arrived, and despite Miami’s still balmy weather, our indoor food clock is drifting toward comforting meals.

To answer our call for comfort food, some Miami restaurants offer hearty, prix-fixe options, while others have chosen to offer tasting menus. Here are ten fall menu deals to try in Miami restaurants.

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Fall dinner items at Azabu

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Azabu Miami Beach

161 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach

Azabu Miami Beach has a special Japanese Fall Feast every day for dinner until December 1. Take a seat in the main dining room or outside to enjoy the three-course menu, which opens with appetizer choices of tuna tartare, spicy tuna roll or Azabu lobster tempura. Then choose vegan Japanese curry, kaarage fried chicken, or steamed salmon with spicy aioli. For dessert, the restaurant offers mochi ice cream or cheese pie. A complimentary glass of wine or draft beer seals the deal. Dinner costs $ 45 per person and is available nightly.

Click to enlarge Rack of lamb from Colorado in Bâoli - PHOTO BRINSON RENDA

Rack of lamb from Colorado in Bâoli

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1906 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

Bâoli will be offering a special “Endless Summer” menu until October 31. Enjoy the vibrant ambiance of the restaurant / lounge while savoring options of tuna tatami, Colorado rack of lamb and mushroom risotto. For dessert, try the Nutella churros. Variants of the “Un été sans fin” menu are also available in the sister restaurants of Bâoli, El Tucán and Marion. Dinner costs $ 65 and is available nightly. The last seat is at 8:30 p.m.

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Bao buns with pork belly in Buya

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Buya Izakaya + Yakitori

250 NW 24th St., Miami

Buya in Wynwood launched a three-course lunch menu. The list of kushiyaki and yakitori small plates includes starters of seaweed salad, salmon sashimi, and bloated shishito peppers. As a second course, options include short rib or pork belly bao buns, chicken thighs, yellowtail snapper, or grilled Wagyu skewers. Lunch costs $ 32 and is available Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 3 p.m.

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Côté’s “Butcher’s Day”

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3900 NE Second Ave., Miami

Côte’s “Butcher’s Feast” features four select cuts of USDA Prime beef and American Wagyu beef, complemented by dishes of red leaf lettuce with ssamjang (Korean spicy sauce), an egg soufflé and two stews with rice. The meal ends with soft ice cream, mixed with caramel and soy sauce for dessert. Dinner costs $ 58 per person and is available nightly.

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Il Mulino’s dining room

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Il Mulino

17875 Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles Beach

Il Mulino at Hotel Acqualina now offers a special autumn sunset menu. An order of prosciutto and melon, grilled octopus or salmon tartare are starter options. The main courses are the veal piccata, the risotto cacio y pepe or the linguine with seafood. A sweet end of ricotta cake or chocolate cake finishes your meal. Pair it with one of the many options on the restaurant’s wine list. The Sunset menu costs $ 49 and is available Sunday through Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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The bridge at Juvia offers stunning views.

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1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

From Wednesday to Saturday, Juvia offers a Special Sunset Dinner, a three-course menu featuring the restaurant’s signature hybrid of Asian, French and Latin American cuisines. Find a number of appetizer choices, including a quinoa salad topped with chunks of watermelon and seasoned with mint dressing and crispy pork belly. Starters include organic panko breaded chicken and pan-seared salmon, served with a buckwheat vegetable risotto. Finish with the tiramisu. A complimentary glass of prosecco is included. The Sunset Dinner is $ 45 and is available from 5:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. nightly.

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Roasted Cauliflower at the Gardener

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The gardener

151 NE 41 St., Miami

Le Jardinier offers a seasonal menu that highlights fall produce such as pumpkins, apples and figs. Dishes include a pumpkin vichyssoise with grilled apples ($ 22) and a burrata served with a kabocha mousse and a fig and marcona almond gremolata ($ 24). A discovery tasting menu is also available for $ 125 per evening.

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Leku special pinxto

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Leku Miami at the Rubell Museum

1100 NW 23rd St., Miami

Leku at the Rubell Museum is a modern restaurant that uses seasonal ingredients. The restaurant’s “Experience” menu, offered for lunch and dinner, is an 11-course affair of rotating dishes such as beet tartare with olive oil caviar, Basque potato salad with carpaccio de shrimp, mini-ribs with pan de leche and a whole branzino. The “Experience” lunch or dinner costs $ 95 and is offered Wednesday through Sunday.


Ocean Grill Panzanella Salad

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Ocean Grill at Setai

2001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

The Ocean Grill’s special fall lunch menu comes with a direct view of the ocean. The fixed-price three-course menu features a range of Mediterranean-inspired dishes, including a salad of beets and goat cheese, ceviche, and paillard chicken. Lunch costs $ 29 per person and is offered Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Dining room in Tur Kitchen

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Turkish cuisine

259, avenue Giralda, Coral Gables

Tur Kitchen offers a special three-course lunch at a prix fixe. The star appetizers here are roasted squid with Medjool dates and a dish of burrata and heirloom tomatoes. Starters include gnocchi with sundried tomatoes, artichokes with basil and goat cheese; cauliflower steak with tabbouleh and mint; and a Wagyu flank steak with crispy polenta. Lunch costs $ 35 per person and is available Monday through Friday from noon to 3 p.m.

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