Dirty French Steakhouse Miami makes the cut. Photo courtesy of Dirty French


The Resy Guide to Miami Steakhouses, From Classic to New Guard


When it comes to satiating even the largest appetites, there is an unmatched satisfaction to cutting into a perfectly prepared steak.

How lucky for us that Miami has welcomed a slew of new chophouses to the dining scene lately, like the sultry Dirty French and Michelin-starred Cote. Each delivers its own unique take on classic meat-fo rward dishes. While we tip our hats to Miami’s steakhouse resurgence, we can’t ignore beloved beefy classics like Christy’s, Bourbon Steak and others. 

Keep reading for the list of some of our favorite steakhouses in town. And next time that craving for red meat hits, you’ll be prepared.

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