From the 305's famed two-first-named Frenchman George-Eric Farge, George's Kitchen is a swank two-story Midtown bistro plating contemporary Parisian fare (no, not the place with the Parisian Gravitron), and doubling as a late-night lounge
This orange lacquered communal table is front and center, and seats up to 20... wine glasses
Said Parisian fare includes this short rib tartare w/ capers & poached bone marrow
This crispy skin sea bass has been covered in butter poached beans, garlic sausage, and a cockle vinaigrette (pro tip: keep asking your server questions about that, as they will find it hilarious)
Annnndd even more short rib, this time slow-cooked and covered in pearl onions & bacon
After dinner, head upstairs to the 100-person lounge, complete with bottle service and a 15ft TV that'll actually screen sports -- so, unlike everywhere else in Miami, highlights, instead of just... light-lights.