Even if you're not in the meat-market scene, you can still be in Meat Market. That is, if it's Sean Brasel's yupscale Lincoln Road meatery, where every Sunday night they dish up their new Prime Rib Sunday Special -- fat slabs of Creek Stone Farms beef brined for 24 hours, slow-roasted overnight, finished on the grill, topped with fried green chilies and onions, and accompanied by some natural jus.
And though dinner at Meat Market can make you feel like someone has taken a meat cleaver to your bank account, MM's Sunday-night rib-out costs a (relatively) paltry $35. The feasting begins at 6 p.m. and lasts until either diners run out of appetite or the restaurant runs out of prime rib.
If 35 smackers is still too rich for you and your meaty mate, there's always Friday happy hour http://www.voiceplaces.com/happy-hour-miami-1673201-e/ (from 5 to 8 p.m.), when half-priced signature cocktails, $1.50 oysters, $2.50 shrimp, and $6 ceviche are as good a way as any to say goodbye to the workweek.