Yes, it’s a handsome beef temple on Brickell, but the creativity of Chef Aaron Brooks keeps it from being a ho-hum steak house. The dining room feels cozy and urbane with a large rectangular-shaped marble bar lit by exposed hanging light bulbs and white oak tables flanked by cream leather booths. The kitchen focuses on locally sourced ingredients that work their way into shellfish starters, hefty slabs of beef, and creative mains, like the basil-crusted corvina with piquillo peppers. A gorgeous outdoor terrace offers downtown skyline views.
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