The Best Steakhouses In Miami

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Platea is a Peruvian steakhouse, which means you can share a delicious ceviche bowl or tostones topped with wagyu picanha saltado before cutting into a perfectly cooked ribeye...

— Virginia Otazo & Ryan Pfeffer

This Is The Highest-Rated Steakhouse In Miami

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There's no shortage of steakhouses in the country, especially in Miami. So, where can you find the best one in the city?

— Zuri Anderson

15 New Year’s Eve Dinners and Parties in Miami
That Won’t Break the Bank

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This Peruvian steakhouse and ceviche hybrid will do the trick for those wanting to welcome 2023 with a juicy steak. A six-course menu awaits with dishes starters that include a ceviche bowl sampler and tostones de lomo saltado, followed by a hearty bone-in 22-ounce prime ribeye or a more demure 11-ounce filet mignon. There’s seabass for those craving something lighter and, of course, caviar and champagne.

— Alona Martinez

¡Salud por el Año Nuevo! Encuentra TODOS lo eventos donde celebrar en el Sur de la Florida

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Celebra el Año Nuevo en Platea Miami con una noche para recordar que incluye una comida especial de 5 platos con caviar, hojuelas de oro y bistecs Prime

— Joanna Wurmann


Against the Odds,
a Peruvian Steakhouse in Pinecrest
Is Bringing All the Diners to Suburbia

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Meat lovers in Miami have no doubt dined in steakhouses with all kinds of ethnic inflections: American, Japanese, Italian, French, Argentine, Brazilian, and kosher. This city’s steakhouses reflect the diversity of our communities. But unless you’ve trekked to (or live in) the Village of Pinecrest, you probably haven’t had dinner in a Peruvian steakhouse.

— Jen Karetnick

Dino Rib / Platea Prime Steakhouse and Ceviche Bar, Pinecrest

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A South Florida chef has gone from dishing out meals from his food truck to serving meals at his restaurant. Tonight, he prepares a rib packed with Peruvian flavor. Time to grab a Bite with Belkys.

— Belkys Nerey, Darcelle Hall

This Is What You Should Order At These New Miami Restaurants,
According To Their Chefs

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We asked the chefs at these 6 new restaurants in Miami to talk about their recommendations, and why they chose them so you know what to order next time you visit. This way you will have a smooth experience and visit every single one.

— Robert Lovi

Aprende a preparar una salsa marinara perfecta para el bistec

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El chef Fernando Salazar te comparte paso a paso como preparar una salsa marinara para complementar la carne y tener un sabor delicioso. Toma nota.

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Valentine’s Day in Miami:
The Ultimate Guide to the Most Romantic Restaurants

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Nestled in a shopping center just off of US1 in the Village of Pinecrest you will find one of the most noteworthy South Florida restaurants you’ve never heard of: Platea Miami. In this unassuming location chef/co-owner Fernando Salazar and business partner/lifelong friend Andres Maremolejos have created the region’s first and only Peruvian Prime steakhouse.

— Miami Guide

This Impossibly Simple Lamb Chop Recipe
Stars a Beer Marinade

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Miami is a mecca and melting pot of influence from all over the Americas and beyond into Asia,” Salazar explains, citing this culinary open-mindedness as a prime source of inspiration in the kitchen.

— Emily Monaco

The hottest Valentine’s Day dinners in Miami

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If your date for the Big Night Out is a diehard carnivore but also not into the staid (read: boring) atmosphere of most steakhouses, head out west to Pinecrest for Platea, a Peruvian steakhouse from chef-owner Fernando Salazar.

— Eric Barton


Beachfront dining and free champagne:
Dazzle your Valentine at these Miami restaurants

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Love is in the air — or at least, it’s supposed to be, because it’s February. Which means it’s time to make those Valentine’s Day reservations.

— Connie Ogle

The Sexiest Specials for Valentine’s Day Around Miami

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Just off US1 in the Village of Pinecrest, in this unassuming location, chef/co-owner Fernando Salazar and business partner/lifelong friend Andres Maremolejos have created the region’s first and only Peruvian Prime steakhouse

— Zulma Torres

San Valentín en Miami: spa, playa, tragos, arte y gran cocina para una experiencia inolvidable

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Uno de los secretos mejor guardados de Miami, acaso por su ambiente: es para enamorados que prefieran la ropa informal. Fernando Salazar y Andrés Maremolejos son los creadores de esta fusión de steakhouse y restaurante peruano.


81 Great Ideas for Valentine’s Day

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What to do for Valentine’s Day? Take in a concert! Order what you need to make a special dinner – or make reservations! Go casual for Galentine's Day! What about a pet event? We've tracked down lots of opportunities in South Florida for any budget.


Platea: Miami’s First Prime Peruvian Steakhouse

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The restaurant is sleek and welcoming, elegant yet family-friendly. The interior is dimly lit and features jewel tones, velvet and leather seating, and a living wall inspired by Chef Salazar’s home, alongside an open kitchen.

— Mary Jo Shore

Platea: Miami’s First Prime Peruvian Steakhouse

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Wunderkind chef/owner Fernando Salazar and lifelong friend-turned-business-partner, Andres Maremolejos recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of wildly successful Prime Peruvian Steakhouse, Platea Miami, the first of its kind in Miami

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Phuc Yea te invita a ser parte de una cena de beneficencia durante la semana de SOBEWFF

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Esta cena de maridaje será preparada por chefs locales, cubriendo una amplia gama de culturas y estilos de cocina. Cada plato está especialmente seleccionado y diseñado por cada chef.


Platea Prime Steakhouse & Ceviche Bar

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It's worth the drive to Pinecrest to experience Platea, Miami's unprecedented Peruvian steakhouse.

— Eric Barton

Where to Eat in Miami Right Now

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From a new Brad Kilgore spot and another concept from the Boia De team to a whole bunch of steakhouses, here are the best restaurants in Miami.

— Matt Meltzer

First Prime Peruvian Steakhouse

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Platea is meant to be a rebel, with our take on steaks, techniques, pricing, and service- not only in Pinecrest but also for Miami. I say this because we don’t standardize anything, we are constantly getting into creative trouble as we try to discover better ways of enhancing the overall dining experience: from eating to drinking to providing the best service to all of our guests.

— Maryanne Salvat

Where to Eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Miami

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Located inside a strip mall in Pinecrest is Miami’s first Peruvian Prime steakhouse. On Christmas Eve, it will celebrate with a special menu that includes baked oysters with leche de tigre, charred Caesar salad, crispy Brussell sprouts, roasted potatoes, wok-fried rice, and a choice of prime rib roast, double-cut roast pork chop, prime culotte, or seabass.

— Olee Fowler

Platea Prime Steakhouse & Ceviche Bar

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The usual complaints arise when you tell urban-core Miamians that they simply must try Platea Miami, located in the suburban enclave of Pinecrest.

Fernando Salazar: el chef peruano que conquista Miami

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La pasión que Fernando Salazar siente por sus orígenes y el afecto por su ciudad adoptiva se manifiesta en Platea, un concepto que cada vez gana más elegios en la escena culinaria de Miami. El chef lo describe como el único Prime Steakhouse de inspiración peruana en el mundo, pensado para celebrar momentos especiales de la vida.

— Sheila Ramírez