Wednesday, June 29 2022

Miami Spice is fully operational for 2021, with nearly 200 Miami-area restaurants offering lunch, brunch, and three-course dinner.

If you’re in Fort Lauderdale and want a restaurant a bit closer to home (or if you’re a Miamiian who likes to explore), Dinner at Lauderdale Restaurant offers visitors to South Florida and local foodies the opportunity to enjoy discounted meals on some of the best dishes our neighbors to the north have to offer.

The summer program is scheduled to run until September 30 as part of LauderOffers, a larger initiative that also features promotional rates at local attractions, spas and hotels.

As was the case last year, no fees are required for restaurant participation and each restaurant will offer fixed price menus including at least three courses for $ 35 or $ 45 (taxes, tips and drinks excluded).

So far, more than 40 participants have registered, at destinations such as Dania Beach, Hollywood, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Lauderhill and Pompano Beach.

Almost all of the area restaurants that have survived the pandemic so far have had to adjust their operations to survive, notes Stacy Ritter, CEO and chair of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau, the event’s sponsor.

“The program is needed more than ever,” says Ritter New times. “Restaurants in the area have faced a number of challenges since the start of the pandemic, including supply chain and personnel issues, and some are still very focused on resettlement.”

The initiative, she notes, aims to put local businesses at the forefront and establish the value of community support.

“Restaurants face unintended consequences of the pandemic that people don’t even consider,” says Ritter. “We urge diners to be patient and grateful as it has been difficult for restaurateurs to obtain the same type of service.”

The list of attendees includes some of the county’s best iconic restaurants in more than two dozen neighborhoods. Established favorites like Thasos restaurant and Maxx Cafe will participate, as well as beginners such as Sushi and Even Keel Fish Shack.

“We have always been very committed to our involvement in the community and this is a great opportunity to continue this work,” said Even Keel chef and owner David MacLennan. “Our menu is constantly evolving and the program allows us to be creative and present new dishes that could be part of the menu. Regulars and newcomers alike have the chance to try many different things at the same time.

To browse participating restaurants and menus, visit Dine at Lauderdale Restaurant, which is updated daily to include new menus. Reservations are strongly encouraged and diners can do so directly at participating restaurants.


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