Prime 112


Star-studded Dining in Miami Beach

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While it’s not one of the grandest on Miami Beach’s strip—for that you want The Forge—this restaurant is certainly a destination for celebrity sightings. (Our founder spotted Billy Joel on his last visit, and the Kardashians are frequently photographed outside the space.) This place is a must for clients who love to be part of a lively scene. Larger groups can enjoy a quieter dining experience with a private room, but they do have to be booked at least two weeks in advance. To avoid waiting for a table, make your reservation for a weekday. They’re a little notorious for overbooking.

From portions to prices, there is nothing small on Prime 112’s menu. This place is for serious eaters with a big expense account. While ordering steaks at the chophouse is a given, their raw bar doesn’t disappoint. They have some of the best Maine lobsters around and they’ll even crack it for you.

Picking your sides is possibly even more difficult than choosing your entree. The menu has a whole section for potatoes, which you can order baked, mashed, or scalloped. On top of that, you can pick from an impressive selection of vegetables and starches that are lovingly prepared with cheese and a respectable amount of butter.

Menu Highlights:
Five Cheese Truffle Mac, Sea Salt Baked Potato, and Stuffed Lobster.

Address 112 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
Website mylesrestaurantgroup.com
Phone 305-532-8112
Hours M-F 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m., Su-Th 5:30 p.m.-12:00 a.m., F-Sa 5:30 p.m.-1:00 a.m.
Entrees $38-59
Great For (size) 2-10 people
Notable Steaks, Seafood, Celebrity Sightings
Attire Dressy
Atmosphere Sophisticated, Modern
Reservations Require, Book a Week in Advance by Phone

 

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