This Ft. Lauderdale joint known for its incredible CAB burgers, also serves homemade Key lime pie and cheesecakes, and plenty of seafood dishes like pan-seared tuna or grilled salmon.
It started with a Pittsburgh sandwich cart in the 1930's, but today the Primanti Bros barstaurant's got 20 locations and's "Home to the Almost Famous Sandwich".
Free duck fat fries, an extensive menu of wood-grilled steaks (including Japanese and American wagyu), and a famous dry-aged burger make this Aventura spot easily one of the best steakhouses in Greater Miami. The name isn't misleading, either: the bourbon selection here is among the best in the city -- six whole pages of them -- as well as a curated list of barrel-aged cocktails and a daily happy hour that makes it all accessible to everyone.
There are several things that make this sophisticate venue one-step above most high-brow steakhouses in Miami: the cheesy spaetzle for one, possibly the best burger in Miami, award-winning lamb, inventive desserts, oh, and a selection of Creekstone Farms steaks that you won’t find anywhere else. Everything’s cooked over a mesquite-chipped grill, giving every steak a smoky, outdoorsy flavor that’ll make you forget you’re sitting in the Four Seasons. And though the prices won't make a meal here a casual spend, a friendly and super knowledgable staff will make sure you get your money's worth.
Alert: Le Tub does not have a hot tub, topless women, or alcohol-based suds. But everything it DOES have is as enjoyable, like the hamburger that won the hearts of consumers after being featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show (you remember that, right?).