Eating a hearty steak is a more kingly act than wearing a crown or banishing the dog to a small island in the South Atlantic. Get the royal treatment with today's Groupon to Shula's Steak House inside the InterContinental Tampa. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get $60 worth of steakhouse cuisine and drinks at dinner.
- For $12, you get $24 worth of steakhouse cuisine and drinks at lunch.
Named for the Miami Dolphins' famed coach Don Shula and helmed by executive chef Alexander Reyes, Shula's Steak House tempts taste buds with succulent meats, fresh seafood dishes, and an extensive wine list. At lunch, blackened tenderloin tips ($15) tickle midday appetites, and citrus sea scallops float languidly in a tidal pool of lobster-butter sauce ($22). A premium Black Angus beef 8-ounce filet ($40) heralds the dinner hour with a bellow of meaty flavor, competing for dominance of the herd with the Coach Shula-preferred 22-ounce Cowboy steak ($41). Seafood enthusiasts can net the locally caught Florida red snapper ($32), reeled into the kitchen by casting an extra-long line into the bay.
After paging through the gargantuan wine list, palates might alight upon a bottle of Penfolds Thomas Hyland shiraz ($33). Throughout the dining room, 1972 Miami Dolphins memorabilia watches meals discretely from the sidelines, occasionally passing a jumbo shrimp across the room when nobody's looking. Reservations, though not required, are strongly recommended.