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This kosher steak house features a dimly lit, elegant interior and attentive service. Meat is cooked to order on a wood-burning grill, and the traditional steak-house menu offers fresh ingredients prepared in a kosher kitchen. Appetizers include beef carpaccio ($14), an iceberg wedge ($10), and Wagyu sliders ($21). Notable main courses are sea bass ($34), peppercorn-crusted filet mignon ($45), and aged rib eye ($38). The restaurant is also one of the few of its kind to offer a full children's menu, with popular favorites such as hamburgers, chicken fingers, and hot dogs; all go for $8 apiece and come with French fries. There's a reason Rare is full of families on weekends.
It's about time Miami had a seriously classy joint for kosher denizens to take their significant others for a night of respectable service and even more respectable steaks. Rare Steakhouse, down the street from the Forge but undeniably ensconced in the power hub of Miami Beach's Orthodox Jewish life, is just such a place. A polished wooden bar, handsome gray banquettes, and tasteful black-and-white photographs set the stage for this upscale meatery's offerings of all the fixings of a typical... More »
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