The monopoly tycoons of the 19th century traditionally did their wheeling and dealing at fine dining establishments, cleverly concealing the fact that they still lived with their parents. Follow in their gourmet footsteps with today's Groupon to Chophouse Miami. Choose one of the following options:
- For $40, you get $90 worth of dinner fare
- For $15, you get $30 worth of lunch fare
Both options are for dine-in only.
The dinner menu at Chophouse Miami sizzles with its savory steak and seafood sustenance. Stellar appetizers include selections such as oysters Rockefeller ($14.95) and scallops Benedict ($17.95)—each sharing a name with a famous Revolutionary War business tycoon. Get to the meat of the matter with a hearty porterhouse steak ($45.95) or a tender 10-ounce filet mignon ($39.95). Or enjoy an oceanic bounty with two pounds of king crab legs ($69.95) or succulent shrimp scampi ($26.95). A veal rib chop ($39.95) is best enjoyed in Chophouse's elegant dining room, with its lush gold curtains and the scent of fresh flowers. The fully stocked bar is complemented by an extensive wine list. Your dedicated server will gladly make pairing suggestions in an ongoing attempt to play romantic matchmaker between food and drink everywhere.
Chophouse Miami was named the Best Restaurant for a Power Lunch in 2009 by the Miami New Times. Hash out fictional land deals with fellow power-hungry pabulum-seekers with the lunch menu, offering regal options such as king crab ceviche ($12.95) and lamb chop lollipops ($9.95). Guests can indulge in seafood selections such as a salmon spinach entrée salad ($16.95) or blackened mahi-mahi ($17.95), while more daring diners can attempt the knife and fork prime burger ($13.95) without the use of utensils. Complement the 10-ounce New York strip ($25.95) with a hearty side of lobster macaroni and cheese ($12), or drown dinables in a hollandaise, béarnaise, chimichurri, or peppercorn-brandy sauce ($2 each).
The Miami New Times named Chophouse Miami the Best Restaurant for a Power Lunch for 2009. Zagat rated the restaurant “very good to excellent.” OpenTable reviewers give it an average of 3.9 stars, and Yelpers give it an average of four stars:
- Formerly Manny’s Steakhouse, this “high-end” Downtown carnivorium still turns out “mammoth steaks and sides for sharing”, so be sure to “bring an appetite”; “excellent” service helps make it “great for power lunches” (hence the clubby decor) – Zagat
- Everyone's food was perfect, the service impeccable and the wine list offered a great selection of bottles not usually seen in Miami. Well done! – OpenTable.com reviewer who dined on 08/05/2010