Miami Spice Guide to Drinking and Eating at Byblos Miami

Miami Spice is back: this restaurant promotion shows off Miami cuisine, from August 1 – September 30, with special three-course menus featuring signature dishes created by world-renowned chefs at reduced prices, (lunch/brunch for $23 and dinner for $39).  Locals look forward to this annual summertime restaurant program to check off Miami’s best dining experiences from their foodie wish list.

At the chic Byzantine décored Byblos, Chef de Cuisine Tood Sprik creates Eastern Mediterranean cuisine with strong influences from both traditional Turkish and local Miami ingredients.

Here are our phenomenal drink recommendations that stand up to Byblos’ exotic options on their Miami Spice’s menu:

Miami Spice Cocktail Specials at Byblos


Gulab Cocktail at Byblos Miami

Served Julep style over crushed ice, this tart cocktail is mixed with Absolut Elyx Vodka, pomegranate syrup, fresh lemon and rose essence, garnished with rose water mist & fresh flowers.

Marrakesh Garden $12

Marrakesh Garden Byblos Miami

Choose your ‘poison’, Beefeater Gin or Bacardi Superior Rum, to create this elegant and crisp cocktail. Made with fresh cold-pressed cucumber and celery juice, fresh mint and lime; garnished with black Nigella Seeds.

Edgewater Road $30 / $60

Edgeware Road Tea Cocktail at Byblos Miami

This cold tea cocktail arrives in grand style to serve two or four persons from a gorgeous Eastern Mediterranean teapot . A refreshing and intoxicating drink made with Moroccan mint tea, Beefeater Gin, mate, lemon verbena and lavender, it’s served with a dish of Turkish Delight, a traditional sweet confection.

Miami Spice Menu Options at Byblos

Shakshouka Mezze at Byblos Miami

For a starter, or mezze, go for the Lamb Ribs, or the Shakshouka –poached duck egg in a spicy tomato and toum sauce, served with toasted slices of Barbari bread.  As a main dish consider the Middle Eastern Fried Chicken with house hot Sauce or the Yogurt Baked Hake – a mild and flaky white fish covered in toasted bread crumbs and walnuts in a brown butter sauce.

Middle Eastern Fried Chicken at Byblos Miami

For dessert, dare choosing between the Strawberry Cheesecake Qatayef (sweet dumpling) or the Pizzelle– Baklava ice cream sandwiched between pizzelle wafers topped with salted caramel and couscous praline.

Pizelle Baklava Ice Cream Salted Caramel and Cous Cous Praline at Byblos Miami

Byblos Miami Beach details

1545 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,, @ByblosMiami

Miami Spice special:  Dinner $39, Starting at 6PM, Sunday –Saturday, from 8/1/2017 – 9/30/2017.


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