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3404 N. Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33127


  • Monday-Thursday: 5 pm - 12 am Fridays - Saturday: 5pm - 1 am
At Prohibition, the food is an eclectic mix of favorites with an emphasis on small plates for sharing. A rundown of dishes includes char-grilled octopus, escargots, lobster truffle macaroni and cheese, chorizo croquettes, beef carpaccio, and hummus. Dinner-size entrées include slow-roasted short rib, Wagyu skirt steak, and pan-roasted salmon with couscous and vegetables. Of course, any place called Prohibition better be on its A-game with cocktails. Classic cocktails are made with fresh fruits, individual mixers (no soda guns), and quality bitters. The drinks menu, featuring quality spirits, is pared down to about a dozen selections from the Prohibition era.

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