Miller & Lux Restaurant - San Francisco
Tyler Florence's Miller & Lux Restaurant anchors Thrive City, the retail and restaurant component of Chase Center. The celebrity chef -- who's judged several high-profiled television chef competitions from Bravo's "Top Chef" to Food Network's "Chopped'' -- pays homage to two culinary legends with deep-rooted history in the American West.Read More
That would be Henry Miller and Charles Lux, who owned a butcher shop during the 1850s. Their business grew to one of the largest cattle ranches in the country, awarding them the title of "The Cattle Kings of California."
Tyler honors them in name and by building this glamorous, over-the-top, 7,000-square-foot meat haven specializing in dry-aged beef that originates from different Northern California farms. They're aged for 45 days for optimum flavor, and range from a 10-ounce filet mignon to a 52-ounce porterhouse.
Additional menu highlights include brown butter chicken, black truffle fettuccine, French Dover sole, and lobster thermidor.