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Sonny’s Someday Steakhouse

7357 NW Miami Ct.
Miami, FL 33150
Sonny’s Someday Steakhouse

Photo by the Hungry Post


  • Friday through Sunday 5 to 10 p.m.
  • Full bar
  • Required
  • Dinner
Cocktail bar Jaguar Sun is well known for Will Thompson’s drink work, but chef/owner Carey Hynes is the one who ups the downtown Miami establishment’s food game. Though Jaguar Sun hasn’t yet reopened its doors in the X Guild Apartments highrise on Northeast Fourth Street, Hynes and Thompson have squeezed lemonade from their lemons, opening a three-nights-a-week steak-and-cocktail joint 70 blocks north at Lot 6 in Little River. Open Friday through Sunday evenings from 5 to 10 p.m., the steakhouse pop-up pairs Thompson’s drinks with hearty steakhouse fare in an outdoor setting that’s made for social distancing. The menu is simple: classic steakhouse fare with martinis and manhattans. Meatswise, there’s a 70-day-aged New York strip, a hanger steak, and a 40-day-aged rib-eye. A pork loin, half-chicken, and whole yellowtail snapper round out the menu. Classic sauces and basic sides are available. It’s a steakhouse experience under the stars — though your vegan friends might want to sit this evening out. New Normal: Sonny’s Someday Steakhouse is completely outdoors.

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