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Miami: Miami Spice celebrates10th year

Back by popular demand, Miami is in the throws of its annual Miami Spice celebrations. Celebrating its 10th anniversary Miami Spice is the culmination of over 125 participating restaurants providing great value savings.
STK Restaurant, located inside the Gansevoort Miami Beach, is taking part in the celebrations with a three course set menu showcasing some of its finest dishes.   The Miami outpost of this New York born steakhouse features the popular BBQ Spare Ribs, STK Frites and Seafood Pescatore to name just a few of the mouth-watering dishes.
In addition to finding some of Miami’s finest steaks, the sleek STK attracts crowds for its enviable bar scene and line up of top international DJs and cocktails that will tantalise your taste buds. The bi-level space offers a state-of-the-art DJ lounge, three bars, and a catwalk that ascends to the Mezzanine level with a second dining room, VIP bar and private dining areas all overlooking the venue.
The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau’s (GMCVB) Miami Spice, inaugurated in 2002, has gained growing success in the city making dining out affordable and accessible. Three-course lunch offerings are available for $22 and dinner at $35 representing an average discount of 30-50 percent.
Miami Spice runs until September 30, 2011.  For further information on Miami Spice and STK at the Gansevoort Miami Beach visit and 
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