The Hottest Steakhouses in Miami are Worth Every Penny

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The hottest steakhouses in Miami are delicious, decadent, and worth every penny.

Rack of Lamb at STK
Rack of Lamb at STK

STK
Ambiance
Modern and sophisticated with a vibrant energy, this eatery is as known for the scene as the steak. Cozy up to the bar, or dine in a haute banquette while the DJ plays your favorite tracks.
What to Eat
Kick off the night with some seared scallops with short rib marmalade, squash purée, and pomegranate. Go big or go home for mains: take on the 34-ounce Cowboy Rib Steak all by yourself, or share it with friends. Toppings range from peppercorn crust to foie gras butter.

STK
STK

What to Drink
White Orchid (Ketel One Citron, canton ginger liqueur, white cranberry juice, and candied ginger).
Sweet Tooth
Cheesecake Lollipop Trio (dark turtle, milk chocolate strawberry and piña colada).

 

Quality Meats' Steak Tartare (close up)
Quality Meats’ Steak Tartare (close up)

Quality Meats
Ambiance
Located in the space that once housed The Bancroft Hotel, Quality Meats has an art-deco aesthetic with design features that mirror those of its New York location. There’s a wraparound terrace and a hidden six-seat nook.
What to Eat
Ordering the house-cured slab bacon with peanut butter and jalapeño jelly is a good start. For the main feast at carnivore’s galore, go for the 24-ounce Tomahawk Rib Steak or the 18-ounce Aged Bone-in Sirloin with a side of parmesan waffle fries—yum.

Quality Meats Main Dining Room
Quality Meats Main Dining Room

What to Drink
Gin—because it’s made in-house. Sip on the Singapore 75 with Greenhook Ginsmiths Gin, Kalamansi, Thai basil, and prosecco.
Sweet Tooth
Warm apple tart with vanilla ice cream and apricot compote, or sticky toffee pudding with fig ice cream? We can’t decide

Prime 112 SurfandTurf
Prime 112 SurfandTurf

PRIME 112
Ambiance
Situated in Miami Beach’s first hotel built in 1915—Browns Hotel—this steakhouse is always packed. The interior space mixes old and new with dim lighting, crisp white chairs, exposed brick walls and, dark wood tables.
What to Eat
Five Cheese Truffle “MAC” along with the 22-ounce, bone-in rib eye with foie gras butter is a great choice and indicative of Prime 112’s decadence.

Prime 112
Prime 112

What to Drink
The best bet are the best wines from their impressive cellar. Opus One anyone?
Sweet Tooth
Try the fried Oreos with French vanilla ice cream.
What to Drink
Gin—because it’s made in-house. Sip on the Singapore 75 with Greenhook Ginsmiths Gin, Kalamansi, Thai basil, and prosecco.
Sweet Tooth
Warm apple tart with vanilla ice cream and apricot compote, or sticky toffee pudding with fig ice cream? We can’t decide

STRIP STEAK
Ambiance
Ritzy yet fun and sexy, this two-story venue offers a dynamic dining and bar scene. Golden accents, a warm color scheme, and soft lighting make it a warm and inviting restaurant.
What to Eat
“Instant Bacon” appetizer to open that appetite (with pork belly, English peas, Asian pear purée, and black pepper glaze) and the 50-ounce Australian Tomahawk wagyu as a main dish, mate.

Fontainebleau, Chez Bon Bon Coffee, StripSteak Restaurant
Fontainebleau, Chez Bon Bon Coffee, StripSteak Restaurant


What to Drink
Sip on The Bellboy cocktail (Grey Goose La Poire vodka, fresh lemon juice agave nectar, jasmine tea, and Peychaud’s Bitters, with a drop of crazy)
Sweet Tooth
Go for the Tahitian Vanilla Brûlée (raspberry, blueberry and blackberry sorbet).

 

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