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4 Must-Try Vegan Meals for Miami Spice

Every year, the 305 celebrates Miami Spice season: two months of culinary creativity (August 1st through September 30th) dished out by some of the city’s best restaurants for a serious steal.

And if you’re a plant-based foodie, you’re in luck — some totally delectable Miami eateries are serving up multi-course meals as part of their Spice fare — all for just $39 for dinner or $23 for lunch.

Here are four spots where you can go vegan for Miami Spice and get more than your money's worth:


This gorgeous waterside spot is offering some of its most popular dishes are part of the lunchtime deal. The offer is available daily. To drink, diners will get to enjoy a Thai green smoothie or coconut lemonade. For the main meal, there are four entree options including zucchini noodles with pistachio pesto and cashew ricotta; a brown rice and sprouted lentil bowl with massaged kale and roasted broccoli crowns; spicy citrus kale salad with sprouts, candied almonds, and togarashi vinaigrette; or a Bahn Mi wrap with ginger roasted eggplant and lentil pate. For dessert, blueberry cheesecake with lemon curd and almond-thyme crumble.

Plant Food + Wine

Tucked in the oasis that is Wynwood's Sacred Space, this chic eatery is offering a Spice menu for lunch and dinner daily excluding Friday dinner, all day Saturday, and Sunday lunch. The dinner menu features the under pressure appetizer with watermelon, cucumber, grape tomatoes, cashew mozzarella, lime-ponzu, olive oil snow or a tartare with papaya, avocado, capers, dijon mustard, cashew tzatziki, and almond cracker. As an entree, diners can choose from the cacio e pepe with kelp noodles, peppery greens, green olive pureé, and sundried olives; or the celery root lasagna with heirloom tomatoes, walnut bolognese, cashew bechamel, and herb pesto. Dessert is a papaya cheesecake or chocolate tahini tart. The lunch menu offers some different selections.

Soul Tavern

Miami Beach’s newest all-veg restaurant has a mouthwatering menu for Spice. It’s available every day except all day Friday, all day Saturday, and Sunday lunch. All vegetarian items can be made vegan upon request. For dinner, appetizer options include hemp crusted edamame cakes with black tahini, fennel, green apple, celery root, pomegranate, herbs; local burrata with yellow beets, hazelnuts, sweet piquante peppers, orange, greens, and balsamic; or a yamo konyaku roll with devil’s tongue, salted plum, caramelized onion, spinach, tempeh and miso enoki. As an entree, eaters can choose from the five element pizza, a selection of soul-fired pizzas featuring ingredients like exotic mushrooms, ginseng, pomegranate, pistachios, beets and lotus root; an eggplant medallion with potato, chayote, ratatouille, mac-nut alfredo, and herb salad; or the soulful ramen with plant broth, yam noodles, mushrooms, seasonal veg, and sesame paste. Desserts include a fire-roasted strawberry and oat crisp with mint-calamansi granite or impossible mousse with chocolate chia and freeze-dried berries. The lunch menu has a few different options.

Phuc Yea

All the veggie options are already vegan on this Viet-Cajun spot’s Spice menu. The only exception is the side of egg noodles that comes with your entree — but tell your waiter you’re vegan and they’ll boost your regular portion instead. The menu is available every night except Tuesday. The appetizer is a veggie summer roll with salt and peppa tofu, cucumber, jicama, herbage, crispies, and hoisin; the entree a veggie curry with eggplant, shrooms, chayote, okinawa sweet potato, and house curry; and the dessert is chef’s choice.

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