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Beef Oscar: Where It At?

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What it is: Tenderloin of beef presented Oscar-style on crouton, topped with crabmeat, asparagus, and béarnaise sauce. Veal cutlets are classically used for this dish, which is named after Sweden's King Oscar II.
Looks tasty, right? But where it at?

Keep going for the answer...

This rather delicious dish was divined at Morton's latest steak house at 4041 Collins Avenue in

Miami Beach. In case you feel like running over there right away to order the Oscar, here's the number: 786-454-4022.

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