Steakhouses in Opa-locka

Argentinian Breakfast or Meal for Two or $17 for $30 Worth of Argentinian Food at Los Tanitos

Los Tanitos

Kings Meadow

Sandwiches and caprese salad, sopas and empanadas, and grilled Angus steak and chorizo

$30 $17

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$15 for $30 Worth of Argentinian Steak-House Cuisine or Party for 20 at Dona Paulina Restaurant

Dona Paulina Restaurant

East Little Havana

Dinner guests chow down on chorizo and ribs while parties enjoy plates of grilled chicken, sausage, and beef

$30 $15

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Party Package for 20, or $15 for $30 Worth of Food and Drinks at Don Davis Uruguayan Steak House

Don Davis Uruguayan Steak House

Doral

Diners choose from tapas or steak, chicken, or seafood specialties; a party package feeds 20 guests with an unlimited buffet

$30 $15

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International Fusion Meal for Two or Four on Mondays at Tantra Restaurant & Lounge (Up to 43% Off)

Tantra Restaurant & Lounge

Miami Beach

Fusion dishes blend Asian, European, and Caribbean flavors in a sumptuous setting with a trickling waterfall and tantric sculptures

$131 $79

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$45 All-You-Can-Eat Argentinian Steak Dinner for Two with Wine & Dessert at Siga la Vaca ($70 Value)

Siga la Vaca

Coral Gables Section

Select your own cuts of Argentinian-style beef from the grill; access to a salad bar and desserts

$70 $45

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Pan-Asian Food for Dinner or Lunch at Oaki Steakhouse (Up to 47% Off). Three Options Available.

Oaki Steakhouse

Oakland Park

Meats, noodles, and authentic dishes from all over Asia served in elegant sunlit dining room from an open kitchen

$30 $16

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Steak, Sushi, and Seafood for a Table of Two or Four at Prime (45% Off)

Prime

Delray Beach

USDA prime beef chosen for optimal marbling, fresh seafood, and sushi in a supper-club atmosphere with nightly music

$40 $22

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Shula’s Athletic Club—named for Don Shula, the NFL Hall of Famer who coached the Miami Dolphins to a Super Bowl trophy in 1972—doesn’t find it hard to fill its sprawling 40,000 square feet of space. A cardio room with more than 50 pieces of equipment, a spinning center, weight rooms, fitness-class studios, and basketball courts spread through the facility, luring athletes for independent workouts and personal-training sessions. Dozens of weekly fitness classes range from calorie-burning Zumba workouts and Vinyasa-yoga sessions to spin classes that help students practice for the day they have pedal-powered cars.

The athletic club also accommodates older exercisers with aquatic aerobics and seated Silver Sneakers workouts, and it keeps kids busy with confidence-building youth sports programs. Young legs run over a new 60-yard athletic field or nine lighted tennis courts where kids whack tennis balls and low-flying hot-air balloons with rackets.

7601 Miami Lakes Dr
Hialeah,
FL
US

Flamma pairs the brisk elegance of waterfront dining with a robust menu of richly seasoned meats. Diners glide up via boat, car, or ghost horse to sup on the flavorful foodstuffs, with exotic entrees including the stew-like fish moqueca ($24), seared ahi tuna ($25), and Hawaiian pork chops ($19). More traditional steakhouse fare includes a center-cut filet mignon ($29) and New York strip ($27). Visitors with indecisive tongue brains will delight at the full Rodizio ($46.90) option, which merits entrance to a ceaseless parade of meats hewn fresh from the skewer to the diner's plate. This feast includes options such as brazilian sausage, flank steak, leg of lamb, and chicken parmesan drumsticks, which can be paired with selections from the eatery's vast wine cellar or sips from a carefully concealed flask of porpoise sweat.

3913 NE 163rd St
North Miami Beach,
FL
US

The burnt-orange walls of Parrillada el Gaucho echo the welcoming heat of the grills in the kitchen. There, steaks acquire charred stripes before they reach diners in several cuts, from rib eye to T-bone. Uruguayan-style parrillada meals layer impressive amounts of meats and garnishes on pans, often piling enough skewers of shrimp and crisp sausages for two. This traditional South American style of cooking typifies the warm, convivial venue, whose dining room is decorated with horseshoes and ranching artifacts. Though steaks remain its most popular offering, the menu also boasts entrees such as chicken parmesan and custom-mixed pastas, with housemade flan to bring meals to an authentically sweet conclusion. Party packages, late hours, and Friday-night musical performances conspire with tender bites, luring festive groups to tables without coaxing trails of confetti.

11386 Miramar Pkwy
Miramar,
FL
US

Wine racks the color of warm wheat chaff crisscross the walls at Holleman’s Restaurant, the sleek bodies of the bottles reflecting servers as they slip through the dining room. The vessels, stamped with labels from France, Argentina, and Italy shimmer beneath visions of Black Angus steaks, fresh pasta, and racks of New Zealand lamb. From the kitchen drift the scents of garlic-and-rosemary demi-glace and cognac-and-peppercorn sauce. In that busy room, New York strip steak crackles against the open-flame grill and chefs busily mold crabcakes.

Beneath wrought-iron chandeliers, the high-topped tables are covered in crisp white cloths like ghosts appearing in traffic court. On some evenings, the smooth twang of an electric guitar fills the room, flitting softly beneath a crooning singer.

1 Curtiss Pkwy
Miami Springs,
FL
US

Beneath the colorful toques on their heads, hibachi chefs flip and sauté meat and vegetables on their tabletop grills, smiling as they conjure the occasional bursts of flame during lively cooking routines. That’s just one scene at SooWoo Japanese Steakhouse—across the restaurant, sushi chefs slice ribbons of fish and vegetables and roll them into California and spicy tuna rolls. Basketball fans can celebrate the city’s 2012 NBA championship with the specialty Miami Heat roll, which includes slices of shrimp tempura, crab, and cream cheese. SooWoo also whips up Korean dishes, such as bulgogi and pork belly.

18283 Pines Blvd
Pembroke Pines,
FL
US

Every dish is made to order at III Forks, which means steaks stay warm, salads stay crisp, and mashed potatoes stay creamy. It's a simple way to keep diners satisfied and gives guests time to enjoy the upscale atmosphere and peruse the wine list, which is composed of thousands of bottles. The sommelier can recommend a wine to pair with III Forks's USDA Prime new york strip steak or fresh and buttery cold-water rock-lobster tail. The restaurant also serves sides such as creamed corn, saut?ed spinach, and a variety of potato-based dishes. To conclude meals, diners can select housemade treats, such as cr?me br?l?e or a chocolate ganache so rich it earned a spot on the Forbes 500 list.

501 Silks Run, Ste. 1130
Hallandale Beach,
FL
US