The Miami Spice Restaurant Program produced by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) is now being extended through October 31 as part of the #MiamiNow campaign. Following minimal impact from Hurricane Irma, the GMCVB launched #MiamiNow to celebrate the best of Miami’s tourism industry and offer unprecedented value for visitors and locals alike. Miami Spice, the beloved dining promotion that kicked-off a wave of Temptation Programs in recent years, is now running parallel to Miami Spa, Miami Hotel, Miami Attractions, Miami Museums and Shop Miami Months; providing for a variety of deals on dining, hotels, restaurants, spas, museums, attractions and shopping.
“We are proud that our local tourism industry is among the first in the destination to raise its hand to ensure our community keeps moving forward. Extending Miami Spice and introducing #MiamiNow celebrates the best of Miami, and offers visitors and locals alike unprecedented value,” said GMCVB President & CEO William D. Talbert, III, CDME. “Jobs are our top priority – tourism is the number one industry in Miami-Dade County.”
With dining deals that include lunch and brunch priced at $23 per person and dinner priced at $39 per person, Miami Spice showcases some of the hottest neighborhoods in town. Miami Beach, Brickell, Downtown, Coral Gables, South Miami, Wynwood, Sunny Isles, and Bal Harbour all offer a diverse and ever-evolving culinary scene where visitors and residents alike can satiate their palates. Prices include an appetizer, entrée and dessert; alcohol, tax, tip and service charges are excluded. This year’s sponsors include Citibank®, Lyft, Chandon California, Fiji Water, Stella Artois, Terrazas de Los Andes, Ketel One Vodka, Don Julio Tequila, Bulleit Bourbon and Zacapa Rum.