Can the NYC Steakhouse Survive?
1. BLT Prime - Trump Doral4400 NW 87th Ave, Doral
2. Council Oak Steaks & Seafood1 Seminole Way, Hollywood
3. Hereford Grill782 NW 42nd Ave, Miami
4. Hollywood Prime3555 S Ocean Dr, Fort Lauderdale
5. Toro Toro100 Chopin Plz, Miami
6. Chima Brazilian Steakhouse2400 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale
7. Tropical Acres Steakhouse2500 Griffin Rd, Fort Lauderdale
8. BLT Steak1440 Ocean Dr, Miami
This Trump helmed steakhouse and eatery offers views of the Blue Monster golf course and prime cuts perfect for chowing down on after the 18th hole. BLTs are also on the menu, plus other country club staple dishes a la crab cakes, shrimp cocktail and wedge salads.
Located in the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, FL, you'll know you've arrived at Council Oaks when you spot the giant window filled with prime cuts. Select your meat of choice from "The Butcher Shop" while you sip from an extensive collection of Napa Valley and Old World wines. Council Oaks' Sunday brunch, complete with a full raw bar, carving stations, and made to order sushi, is not to missed.
This Argentine steakhouse serves up nothing but Certified Angus® beef, including a savory pepper-sauced filet mignon, a 16oz Portuguese Estepada, and a dozen other different flame-broiled cuts that’ll have you looking for what’s playing at the LeJeune Cinema 6 to wait out your food coma.
With just 15 tables, Hollywood Prime is an understated steak joint. Even though it's AAA 4 Diamond rated, boast a Wine Spectator 2013 Best of Award of Excellence and have a menu full of 21-day dry aged prime cuts, seafood, and Long Island Duck, most South Floridians know less about this place than they do about Billy Turner.
This Pan-Latin restaurant sits in the lobby of a hotel, but its swank dark wood embellishments and leather booths make it feel like it's its own Miami establishment. The menu includes unexpected items like lamb skewers with yogurt sauce, though classic meat dishes like lamb chops and rib-eye steak are also popular.
Hit up this semi-hidden Rodizio joint on Las Olas just before Lauderdale Beach to try 15 Brazilian meats (brought to you in an endless parade of skewers), a 20-yard salad bar with cheeses, soups and bread, and plenty of the REAL reason those guys are such big fans of Brazilian soccer: Brazilian chicks.
Is it really possible that this steakhouse has been around since 1949? Yes, yes it is. And even though you've probably never been, Broward’s oldest steakhouse has steak that’s as good - if not better - than anything you’d get at Prime 112, and you'll actually get to sit in your seat before 9pm.
Located inside the Betsy Hotel, this classic Steakhouse serves up USDA Prime, Wagyu and Certified Black Angus beef alongside seafood dishes and their signature gratis popovers. The modern furniture and decor lends a young, cool vibe to the space, and a romantic porch offers a nice respite from a busy dining room.