Chefs at High Steaks BBQ prepare barbecue classics from across the south. They expertly slice some cuts into brisket before slowly smoke roasting them in a red wine and BBQ spice marmalade; others they grill into juicy ribeyes. There’s Carolina-style barbecue pork—which chefs slow-smoke and hand chop from the bone—and Memphis-style ribs rubbed with natural spices and kissed by Elvis’s ghost. Drawing inspiration from the Lone Star State, the chefs also smoke-roast certified Angus brisket in a spiced red-wine marmalade. Organic-cornmeal hush puppies and a handful of homemade desserts round out each meal.
High Steaks BBQ accommodates guests in their main dining room or 60-seat private dining room, where visitors can watch the game on a high-definition TV or ritually torch the opposing team’s jerseys in the brick fireplace.
At Siga la Vaca, diners can head to a chef-run grill to fill up on roasted cuts of beef, pork, and chicken prepared in traditional Argentinian style, or they can make a beeline to a salad bar with more than 20 fresh and cold-cut items. Chefs can fine-tune any cut of meat to suit a customer's precise specifications or a current measurement of the Earth's magnetic field. The fixed-price, all-you-can-eat format provides diners with a staggering amount of food, including a selection of desserts with fresh fruit and flan. Within the fixed price, patrons can also imbibe a half bottle of house wine, a pitcher of draft beer, or a soda.
The Miami New Times magazine named Rincon Argentino the Best Argentine Restaurant in 2009. TripAdvisors give its Coral Gables location an average of 3.5 owl eyes. Yelpers give the Coral Gables location an average of 4.5 stars, and seven Yelpers give the Kendall Drive location an average of 3.5 stars.
Coral Gables: The classic dishes at Anacapri Italian Restaurant earned the eatery a place on CBS Miami's list of Best Italian Restaurants in South Florida. Chefs at the Coral Gables location serve up pasta standards such lasagna, fettuccine alfredo, and linguine with baby clams, as well as veal, steak, and seafood main courses. The ambiance at Anacapri Coral Gables is relaxed and welcoming, with white tablecloths cloaking the tables and collections of wine bottles lining a dividing screen. This setting invites both romantic dinners and festive gatherings of family members or bocce rivals. Pinecrest location: The classic dishes at Anacapri Italian Restaurant earned the eatery a place on CBS Miami's list of Best Italian Restaurants in South Florida. Chefs at the Pinecrest location serve up pasta standards such lasagna, fettuccine alfredo, and linguine with baby clams, as well as veal, steak, and seafood main courses. The ambiance at Anacapri Pinecrest is relaxed and welcoming, with white tablecloths on the tables and collections of wine bottles lining the exposed brick walls. Large framed paintings of the Italian countryside hang from olive walls, lending a cozy feel to the dining room. This setting invites both romantic dinners and festive gatherings of family members or bocce rivals.
Back in 2005, Al Carbon became a part of Miami’s restaurant scene. Serving great burgers, hot dogs and salads, Al Carbon quickly made an impression. They have skirt steak too, and an extensive starter menu that features delicious foods to munch on while the main course is being prepared. In addition to their fine appetizers and fantastic, unique burgers, Al Carbon has some great desserts and an extensive wine and beer bar! Perhaps just as impressive as the food, Al Carbon’s décor is memorable and colorful with modern art and decorations. The World Cup Series is quite an event too with large televisions catching every moment and strings of flags hanging from the ceiling, showing support for all teams. A great place to eat and a great ambiance are hard to find, so if you like Latin American foods, try Al Carbon!