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Explore Miami’s vibrant culinary scene with Spice Months in Aug. & Sept.

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Brazilian coconut shrimp kebabs. Barbecued sea bream with grilled vegetables. Brazilian grilled lamb chops. Flat lay top-down composition on concrete background.

August welcomes the return of the beloved Miami Spice Restaurant Months, through to the end of September, and it’s the perfect time to explore new experiences and flavors by the best chefs in Greater Miami and Miami Beach!

Strategically situated as the gateway to Latin America, Miami has always been known for its rich cultural heritage and its diverse culinary delights that serve as a melting pot for traditional and fusion cuisine from around the world. The neighborhoods of Little Haiti, Upper East Side Miami, Liberty City, Miami Shores and beyond offer visitors a taste of an international gastronomic experience unlike any other.

In Little Haiti, you’ll find Calle Ocho, a vibrant thoroughfare lined with Latin-inspired restaurants, bakeries, fruit stands, cigar shops, rum bars, art galleries and music venues. It is the heart of Miami’s Cuban diaspora and is a big part of what makes Miami such a dynamic cultural destination. Upper East Side Miami offers visitors charming boutiques, consignment stores and trendy eateries, all housed inside restored retro-style structures. It is the home of Miami Modern, also known as MiMo —a style of architecture that thrived after World War II and became part of Miami’s architectural boom.

Liberty City boasts of its architecture and history, but most importantly its multicultural dining experience —ranging from staple old-fashioned Mediterranean meals at Casa Mariano to Argentinian spots at Novecento Doral. Lastly, Miami Shores offers cool culinary spots like Italian favourites at Casa D’Angelo and fresh seafood selection and Greek infusion at Estiatorio Milos.