Proving once again that Miami loves a NYC import, popular Big Apple eatery Quality Meats officially opens its doors to the public today marking the restaurant's first foray outside of the New York market.
The restaurant promises to offer a, "a modern approach to the classic steak house." At the helm of the Miami kitchen is Patrick Rebholz, who's created a menu similar to its NYC counterpart filled with unique house-made charcuterie (read: duck bacon and mortadella), "shellfish bouquets," a variety of meats that are "simply prepared," and classic steak house sides.
More than 30 wines are available by the glass that range in a variety of prices from inexpensive to "special occasion." The cocktail menu created by head bartender Bryan Schneider is divided into four themes including cubed, tropical, classics and draught.
The restaurant is located in the former Bancroft Hotel at 1501 Collins Avenue. The restaurant is open for dinner weekdays from 5 p.m. to midnight and on weekends until 1 a.m.