Americans consume more than one million animals every day, only a minuscule fraction of which is devoured at Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar in Coral Gables. Still, if I were a cow, I'd be a little nervous all the same, for a mere glance around the grand 6700-square-foot restaurant confirms the main draw here is beef: prime, corn-fed, USDA, aged up to four weeks, cut into portions, salted and peppered, and broiled at 1600 degrees. They have the process down pat, which shouldn't come as a surprise: Fleming's has been finessing the formula since it opened in Newport Beach, California, seven years ago. The Gables outlet that premiered in February was its 32nd location, the franchise stretching from Sarasota to Salt Lake City, Tampa to Tucson, and Baltimore... More >>>