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Taste of Doral: deals & discounts at restaurants

The annual Taste of Doral restaurant deals event is returning for 2023. Dates are July 1 through 31, 2023.

The program, created by the Doral Chamber of Commerce, aims to promote the food scene in Doral throughout the entire month of July 2023.

We can already feel our tastebuds tingling! 

Photo: Cooper's Hawk Winery

If you're not familiar with the annual event, the city of Doral invites locals and visitors to explore many of the area's finest restaurants and enjoy special prix fixe lunch and dinner options.

Whether you're craving Italian or Peruvian fare, or simply a juicy burger, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

During July 2023, the city’s top restaurants will offer prix fixe lunches starting at $15 and dinners starting at $22. Most restaurants will include an appetizer, entrée and dessert as part of the fixed price. Others will offer specially priced menu selections.

(Photo courtesy of Bulla Gastro Bar)

Participating restaurants include:

  • Vivo!
  • The Fatty Crab
  • Shoma Bazaar
  • Sergio's
  • Pura Vida
  • Dragonfly
  • Pisco Y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar
  • La Fontana Ristorante Italiano
  • Bulla Gastrobar
  • Bachour
  • Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant
  • BurgerFi
  • Sloan's Ice Cream
  • Umami
  • Tres Leches Factory
  • Outback Steakhouse
  • 107 Steak & Bar
  • Juan Valdez Colombian Coffee
  • Sesame Asian Cuisine
  • Coppola's Bistro Ristorante
  • La Boulangerie

When you arrive at the restaurant of your choice, don't forget to mention you're there for the Taste of Doral to your waiter or host, so they can explain the special offers or discounts.

Courtesy of Doral Chamber of Commerce

For a complete list of participating restaurants and their deals, click here

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