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Guacamole Lovers …Check Out These Guacamole-Centered Dishes!

Guacamole Lovers …Check Out These Guacamole-Centered Dishes!

Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar

We’ve listed some of the best South Florida dining destinations where you can indulge in guacamole-centered dishes without having to hear the phrase, “Guac costs extra.” On this special day celebrating the creamy and delicious snack, we’ll make sure your guacamole cravings are fulfilled. 


Oh! Mexico 

While Oh! Mexico may be known for its delicious tacos and handmade salsas, the Oh! Mexico Signature Guacamole ($15) is also a fan favorite. Visitors of Miami Beach’s iconic Lincoln Road can stop in and enjoy this classic dish, made with fresh Hass avocados, tomatoes, charred corn, serrano peppers, red onions, cilantro and roasted pumpkin seeds, alongside a cold beer from the extensive collection of Mexican and local options.

Address: 1440 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

Guacamole and Pork Masitas

Havana 1957

Havana 1957, located on Lincoln Road, Miami Beach’s premier retail, dining and cultural destination, serves traditional Cuban fare. Locals and visitors alike can delight in the Guacamole and Pork Masitas ($18), a fusion menu item featuring delicious guacamole topped with crispy pork chunks and served with a side of plantain chips. 

Address: 819 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar – Midtown 

Midtown Miami’s favorite local hot spot, Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar is helping you jump-start your National Guacamole Day with some avocado-centric dishes. The brunch menu includes the New Avocado Toast ($18), made with smashed avocados, red onion, soft-boiled egg, cherry tomatoes and crispy quinoa over sourdough. This classic dish can be paired with Negroni’s deliciously crafted cocktails or homemade negronis, spritzes and tonics.

Address: 3201 Buena Vista Blvd., Miami, FL 33127

Italica Midtown

Italica Midtown adds a modern and colorful twist to traditional Italian cuisine, as seen during its weekend brunch or daily breakfast when avocado aficionados can find the Toast All’Avocado ($13), a crispy, smooth bite of toasted sourdough bread with smashed avocados and poached eggs. The Croissant Sandwich ($12) pairs smashed avocado with scrambled eggs on a toasted croissant. Celebrate National Guacamole Day on the pet-friendly patio or in the vibrant dining room with views of the customized spritz bar, where dozens of Aperol bottles line the walls.

Address: 3201 NE First Ave., Miami, FL 33137

Chotto Matte

After traveling the world to research and learn from the best local chefs across the continents, Kurt Zdesar, owner of Chotto Matte, was determined to create a never-before-seen fine dining experience celebrating the very best authentic and innovative Nikkei cuisine. On National Guacamole Day, guests can order the vegan King Oyster Mushroom Tostadas ($14) with pulled mushroom, smoked aji panca chili, guacamole, lime and cilantro. The menu also includes a wide selection of shareable meat-centered and plant-forward plates for the entire table.

Address: 1666 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

JOEY Aventura

The all-new JOEY Aventura, the first Florida location of the renowned JOEY Restaurant Group, presents its deliciously famous Roasted Corn Guacamole ($16) this National Guacamole Day. The fan-favorite shareable is a flavorful blend of cilantro, fresh lime, cherry tomatoes, serranos, feta cheese and corn served with warm tortilla chips for that perfect scoop. The slight sweetness from the corn balances beautifully with the tangy lime and spicy kick of serrano. Located in the vibrant heart of Miami’s Esplanade at Aventura, JOEY Aventura is a modern dining oasis with a sophisticated and relaxed ambiance.

Address: Esplanade at Aventura, 1905 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33180


Velvet Taco Fort Lauderdale 

Velvet Taco, the acclaimed restaurant chain known for its innovative and globally inspired taco creations, is officially opening its first Florida location in Fort Lauderdale just in time for National Guacamole Day! The scratch-made, chef-driven menu of unique recipes includes two different guac options to enjoy: the Classic Guac ($6.25), made with avocado, cilantro, jalapeno, lime juice and red onion, or the Elote Guac ($6.75), which includes the same ingredients as the classic guac but with added roasted corn, queso listo, Valentina, citrus lime crema, queso fresco and lime. Pair either guacamole with tasty tacos and delectable drinks from the restaurant’s Boozy Libations menu, such as the Kick Ass Margarita and frozen Sangrita Swirl. 

Address: 305 S. Andrews Ave., Suite 115, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Casa Sensei

Casa Sensei brilliantly blends traditional Latin American cuisine with Pan-Asian staples to create the best of both worlds. The Latino Bites section of the menu highlights the restaurant’s homemade guacamole for the perfect celebration. Options include the freshly fished Lobster Guacamole (MKT), with seared lobster tail skewers, house-made casa guacamole and malanga chips; Cuban Tostones ($16), with shrimp, house-made casa guacamole, tostones and creamy chimichurri sauce; and Bigeye Tuna Guacamole ($22) with morsels of bigeye tuna, house-made casa guacamole and malanga chips. These authentic comfort dishes are paired with an immersive dining experience in the restaurant’s elegant dining room, on its dog-friendly waterfront patio or via a scenic Riverfront Gondola Tour along the Himmarshee Canal. 

Address: 1200 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant @ Galleria Mall

Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants redefines the modern casual dining experience. Located on the second level of The Galleria in Fort Lauderdale, the Broward outpost combines a restaurant, a Napa-style tasting room and an artisanal retail market in a warm, inviting space. Each dish on the menu is listed with a bin number, guiding guests to their selection’s best pairing. This National Guacamole Day, dive into the restaurant’s Drunken Shrimp ($19) appetizer made with bacon-wrapped shrimp, tequila lime butter sauce and, of course, fresh guacamole. 

Address: The Galleria Mall, 2568 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar – Weston

Nestled within Weston Town Center, Negroni Weston marks the Broward County debut of the acclaimed Latin American restaurant brand. Like its Miami counterpart, the new Weston destination serves weekend brunch with a slightly different take on avocado toast. The deli-inspired Nova Toast ($15) layers sourdough toast with cream cheese, smoked salmon, arugula and avocado. Guests can also find the famous New Avocado Toast ($17) from the Midtown menu in Weston.

Address: Weston Town Center, 1744 Main St., Weston, FL 33326


Starboard at The Marker Key West Harbor Resort

Starboard at The Marker Key West Harbor Resort is an open-air restaurant and bar for alfresco and poolside dining and offers visitors an extensive selection of cocktails and bites as they indulge in the Key West sun. On National Guacamole Day, guests can order the classic Guacamole, made with fresh avocados and pico de gallo and served with tortilla chips poolside while they bask in the Florida sun and enjoy the sea breeze. 

Address: The Marker Key West Harbor Resort, 200 William St., Key West, FL 33040