Gotham Steak to Introduce New Dish at Miami’s Taste of the Nation

Prepare to indulge.

Tonight is Miami’s Taste of the Nation event at the Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort. More than 40 local restaurants are set to gather at the grand event to help raise money for No Kid Hungry, the charity, Share Our Strength’s campaign to end childhood hunger in the community.

Among the participants of the event is the famed Fontainebleau Hotel’s Gotham Steak restaurant in Miami Beach. The award-winning steakhouse will debut the newest item on its menu, its signature Cote de Boeuf. This over-sized, double cut, two-boned rib-eye is cooked on the restaurant’s special charcoal grill that has been enhanced with hickory chips and rosewood. Yet perhaps the best part of this dish is its use of the old French tradition of carving meat tableside and being served family-style.

And as if this wasn’t enough, Executive Chef Alfred Portale has also decided to offer his guests the option to order the Gotham Boeuf, the whopping eight-bone rack of Cote de Boeuf, also cut at the table, and meant to be shared eight to 10 people. The Gotham Boeuf will come with a homemade Béarnaise sauce, creamed corn, and Parmesan truffle fries. The entire presentation of the meal is grand enough to make you wonder, “Are you boeuf enough?”

For more information on Miami’s Taste of the Nation event, which begins tonight at 6 p.m., visit the official website.