Vegan + Miami SpiceJuly 26, 2018
Slow Food Miami
Snail of Approval
Now in its 17th year, Miami Spice will feature restaurants committed to using local ingredients.
From August 1st through September 30th, look for the “Snail of Approval” mark to find Miami Spice restaurants that have been recognized for embracing sustainable methods.
The snail is a symbol established by non-profit organization, Slow Food Miami, to identify restaurants and chefs that are “maintaining good, clean, and fair standards, to the best of their ability.”
On this year’s Miami Spice list of participants, only twelve restaurants have the exclusive Snail of Approval. That means these restaurants have shown a commitment to sustainability and feature local ingredients in at least four dishes on their menu.
Join the slow food movement and book your Miami Spice reservation at one of these restaurants from August 1st through September 30th.
Slow Food Miami "Snail of Approval" Participating Restaurants:
- Alter | 223 NW 23rd Street, Miami
- The Dutch Miami | 2201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
- Edge Steak & Bar at Four Seasons Hotel Miami | 1435 Brickell Avenue, Brickell
- Essensia Restaurant & Lounge, at The Palms Hotel & Spa | 3025 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
- Fooq’s Miami | 1035 N Miami Avenue, Miami
- Malibu Farm Miami | 4525 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
- Market at Edition | 2901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
- Meat Market Miami Beach | 915 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach
- Plant Miami | 105 NE 24th Street, Wynwood
- Soul Tavern | 1431, 1801 West Ave, Miami Beach
- The Strand Bar & Grill, 6801 Collins Avenue, North Beach
- Stiltsville Fish Bar, 1787 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach
- Zest by Ortanique | 200 S Biscayne Blvd, Downtown