The Most Lavish, Must-Try Truffle Dishes and Drinks in Miami

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It may not be the official truffle season, but in Miami, there’s always an excuse to up your dining game with savory, truffle-rich dishes. Because, after all—you can’t go wrong with truffle, and there’s no such thing as too much of the treasured ingredient. We’ve taken a look at some of the top truffle dishes in the city, and rounded up some of the best plates and cocktails to satisfy your cravings in the Magic City.

Zuma bone-in rib eye with fresh truffle 1Photo Credit: Zuma

WHERE: ZUMA 

WHAT: BONE-IN RIBEYE WITH BLACK TRUFFLE 

This beautiful monstrosity of a plate is by far one of Zuma’s best, made all the more grandiose by a rich, hearty portion of shaved black truffle atop the 24-oz. steak. As if this wasn’t enough, Zuma takes it to the next level with a generous side of truffle sauce, which you can dip the robata-fired steak in throughout the meal. 

marion truffle bloody maryPhoto Credit: Marion Miami

WHERE: MARION

WHAT: HER NAME WAS MARY 

This isn’t your average Bloody Mary. Marion takes things up a notch by elevating this classic cocktail with their favorite ingredient—truffle. This special cocktail is crafted with Belvedere Vodka, fresh lemon juice, olives, English sauce, fresh tomato juice and black truffle, the perfect brunch accompaniment to the delicious Mediterranean spread.

WHERE: PRIME 112

WHAT: TRUFFLE MAC N CHEESE

PRIME 112Photo Credit: PRIME 112

The iconic, Miami Beach steakhouse in the SoFi neighborhood boasts a serious upgrade to your basic mac ‘n cheese dish. While always creamy and delicious, Prime 112 intensifies the savory plate with the addition of truffle in a combination with five cheeses to create the melt-in-your-mouth, splurge-worthy dish.

WHERE: BYBLOS

WHAT: BLACK TRUFFLE PIDE 

Pides - ByblosPhoto Credit: Byblos

This Eastern European hot spot in Miami Beach specializes in decadent cuisine with an exotic twist. One of the top dishes of the restaurant is the warm Black Truffle Pide—if you’re unfamiliar with this type of cuisine, a pide is a delicious, wood-fired Turkish flat bread—Byblos’ signature version will undoubtedly be the star of the show, baked with buffalo mozzarella, halloumi, and of course plenty of tartufata. 

WHERE: SCARPETTA

WHAT: CREAMY POLENTA WITH TRUFFLED MUSHROOMS

Polenta_Scarpetta_ Photo Credit Fontainebleau Miami Beach[1]Photo Credit: Fontainebleau Miami Beach

The famed Italian eatery at the legendary Fontainebleau Hotel Miami Beach has more to offer than their incredible Spaghetti. To satisfy your truffle craving, order the spot’s ever-popular Creamy Polenta, made all the more delectable with the accompaniment of rich, truffled mushrooms. 

WHERE: SEASPICE 

WHAT: RAVIOLI

SeaspicePhoto Credit: Seaspice

If you’re craving great food with an even better view, head to riverfront hot spot, Seaspice, and order their homemade ravioli. The savory dish is served with a generous portion of black truffles, as well as Bartlett pear, gorgonzola and parmesan, which pairs beautifully with a glass of red wine and views of the sunset on the Miami River.

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