In case you might’ve missed some good news in the pass few months, Miami Spice started two months early. That’s right, we have one more month to take in all the delicious options on the list. With the re-opening of limited indoor dining, more eateries are allowing both dine-in and Spice to Go options, expanding the roster to new heights. There are incredible steals by some of the best restaurants in the city, plus the chance to discover great new additions to Miami’s culinary scene. Here are our top five for the month:

Bellini

On the top floor of the newly-designed Mr. C Hotel in Coconut Grove sits this beautiful respite from a busy city. Bellini offers unobstructed views of Biscayne Bay in a classy, luxurious ambiance. The Italian-forward menu has been reinvented by renown restaurateurs, Maggio and Ignazio Cipriani. They’re offering show-stopping favorites for both lunch and dinner on their Miami Spice menus.
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Courtesy of Bellini

Reunion Kitchen

Aventura and Miami’s northern corridor have been long-time destinations for some of the best eats around. A newer addition to this roster is Reunion Kitchen Bar, where you can travel the world one dish at a time. The neighborhood joint is a cut above the rest, with a friendly atmosphere and a little bit of everything on offer. This is a great option for those of us who just can’t make a decision when it comes to food.
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Santorini by Georgios

If you’re looking for a breezy, romantic outdoor meal following the Miami Spice specials, Santorini by Georgios is a great idea. You can take in the next-level Mediterranean fare just a few feet from the sand. This flavorful restaurant will transport you to the isles of Greece with every bite. They might only be offering lunch, but it’s enough to manifest a seriously delicious vacation.
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Courtesy of Santorini by Georgios

Tur Kitchen

This casual gastronomic experience opened in Coral Gables earlier this year, and has been racking up some seriously great reviews ever since. Tur Kitchen is one of those places that feels like it’s been open for years but still boasts a refreshing menu for all tastes. Miami Spice is a great time to try places that usually might be out of your price range, so here you can try a little bit of everything.
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Planta

Ever on our quest to ensure that our guides are as inclusive as possible, we want to spotlight one of the best plant-based and vegan spots in town: Planta. The upscale eatery is a breathtaking destination for both veggie-focused eaters and meat eaters alike. The renown Chef David Lee has used this kitchen as a creative space to innovate the field in many ways, wowing everyone with his flavorful concoctions.
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Courtesy of Planta

Cover photo courtesy of Bellini.