STK South Beach - Miami Beach
STK Miami shuttered in 2013 when the hotel in which it was housed, Perry South Beach, closed. It returned in a new location in 2015. In Roney Palace Condominium Association, a busier part of South Beach, the clubby steakhouse aims to be more popular than ever.Read More
The fashionable steakhouse chain, with outposts in almost every major city from New York to Los Angeles, is a draw for chic after-work crowds. There's a deejay spinning contemporary tunes, and the bar scene is typically crawling with younger singles.
STK may be modern in aesthetics, but its steak program is serious business. There are plenty of choices for steak connoisseurs to choose from, plus quite a few extras. Highlights include a 14-ounce New York strip, 28-ounce dry-aged porterhouse and Japanese wagyu A5 strip that's sold for $39 a pound. Entrees are classic American: shrimp scampi, braised beef short rib and pan-seared salmon.
A weekend brunch menu includes the likes of smoked belly Benedict, breakfast wagyu burger, and hot chicken and waffle. For an extra $30, guests may order bottomless mimosas or Bloody Mary cocktails (90-minute maximum; entree required).