Where to Score the Best Deals on Miami's Biggest Cuts of Beef

Tenderloins are the cookies of the beef world. They're selfish, ideal for one patron to consume in just a few mouthfuls. But larger steaks, such as porterhouses and rib eyes, are like layer cakes: generous, indulgent, and meant to be shared. Because these cuts usually cost more than filets, we've ranked eight of the most munificent steaks in Miami according to price per ounce.

• Bone-in rib eye, AKA côte de bœuf, cowboy steak, tomahawk rib eye:

The Cypress Room, 34-ounce côte de bœuf for $139 ($4.09 per ounce): Sure, it's pricey. But this steak comes from one of Miami's best kitchens. Plus, the Frenched bone-in rib eyes are dry-aged for a whopping 35 days.

Courtesy of Red the Steakhouse

Location Info


The Cypress Room

3620 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33137

Category: Restaurant > American

Region: Midtown/Wynwood/Design District

FB Steakhouse

4441 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Category: Restaurant > Steakhouse

Region: Mid/North Beach

Wolfgang's Steakhouse

315 S. Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33131

Category: Restaurant > American

Region: Downtown/Overtown

Bourbon Steak, a Michael Mina Restaurant

19999 W. Country Club Drive
Aventura, FL 33180

Category: Restaurant > Contemporary

Region: Aventura/North Miami Beach

Red the Steakhouse

119 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Category: Restaurant > Steakhouse

Region: South Beach

Tosca Miami

210 23rd St.
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Category: Restaurant > Italian

Region: South Beach

BLT Steak

1440 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Category: Restaurant > Steakhouse

Region: South Beach

Prime One Twelve

112 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Category: Restaurant > American

Region: South Beach

Gotham Steak, 50-ounce tomahawk rib eye for $150 ($3 per ounce): A deal at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach? Indeed — just don't forget to validate your eye-popping valet ticket on the way out.

• Porterhouse, which is essentially a T-bone — part tenderloin, part strip — but with a heftier tenderloin component:

Wolfgang's Steakhouse, 32-ounce porterhouse for $93.90 ($2.93 per ounce): This downtown spot broils a stunning steak. That should come as no surprise: Wolfgang's is owned by the former head waiter at Peter Luger, the most iconic steak house in New York.

Bourbon Steak, 32-ounce porterhouse for $89 ($2.78 per ounce): Sometimes, steaks are worth driving for. This restaurant at Turnberry Isle in Aventura cooks its rich meats over a burning-hot wood grill.

Red the Steakhouse, 48-ounce porterhouse for $129 ($2.69 per ounce): Perhaps you're feeling a tad wimpy. Don't fret! This South Beach joint offers a petite 24-ounce version as well.

Tosca, 40-ounce porterhouse for $95 ($2.38 per ounce): Tosca prides itself on being fancy, so it serves its hefty steak on a wooden board alongside a choice of exotic salts.

BLT Steak, 40-ounce porterhouse for $90 ($2.25 per ounce): These colossal steaks are broiled at 1,700 degrees and finished with a healthy dollop of herbed butter.

Prime One Twelve, 48-ounce porterhouse for $98 ($2.04 per ounce): It might be better known for its celebrity sightings, but this SoFi mainstay still delivers quite a deal.

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