Smith and wollensky miami spice
- Take Advantage of Miami Spice Menu - Smith & Wollensky - Miami Beach
- Smith and Wollensky Miami Spice
Take Advantage of Miami Spice Menu - Smith & Wollensky - Miami Beach
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If you're looking to try a restaurant in the Miami Spice List, definitely give this one a try. This is my third year taking advantage of this awesome deal. This year I went with the Split Pea Soup for my starter. If you haven't tried this, you're missing out. My entree was the amazing Filet Mignon and it was served exactly how I ordered it, medium rare. It comes with a Bearnaise sauce and a small pot of delicious mashed potato's. For dessert I ordered the Wild Blueberry cobbler with vanilla ice cream, a nice treat.
A first time participant at Miami Spice, Brad Kilgore's Ember in the Design District will be offering its signature fried chicken, this time with a Nashville hot style chicken fat and spicy chili dipping. Tax, tip and service charges are additional, as well as libations, unless otherwise indicated. Kaido's yakitori chicken skewer. When Daniel Boulud came to eat here, he ordered a second one, according to chef-owner Brad Kilgore. The Maska Chicken-- the restaurant's take on the butter chicken-- is a main course option on its Miami Spice menu. Also in its first year, Pez, developed by Baja culinary movement founder Javier Plascencia, "will take guests to Baja with flavor combinations you won't find anywhere else in Miami," says owner Frank Neri. Apart from a selection of tostadas and tacos for lunch, hearty mains like pulpo en mole de aceintunas and pork belly al vesuvio can be had for dinner.
Smith and Wollensky Miami Spice