RED The Steak House

Located on the expansive ground floor of 119 Washington Avenue, in the South of Fifth neighborhood of South Beach, Red is a 7,200 square foot contemporary steakhouse and lounge. Red, the Steakhouse utilizes classic, artfully created techniques and phenomenal ingredients, as well as the freshest of meats to create an innovative and tantalizing menu. Red features Certified Angus Beef brand Prime, on and off the bone.


Defying the notion of what makes a traditional steakhouse, Red is the new black.


Bursting onto the South Beach scene in 2009, Red, The Steakhouse is Restauranteur and Owner, Brad Friedlander’s second location to its award-wining sister restaurant in Cleveland. Red, the authority on steak, is located in the uber trendy South of Fifth neighborhood and boasts a steamy modern noir decor that oozes all things chic, while incorporating Miami’s spicy flair.


Featuring only the finest Certified Angus Beef Prime on and off the bone, Red’s menu – created by Executive Chef, Peter Vauthy – is a hybrid of classic cuisine and the freshest seasonal ingredients. Everything from the sauces to garnishes is prepared from scratch – sure to convert even the staunchest of vegetarians into ravenous carnivores.


The menu is complimented by a bar boasting a selection of over 400 wines, including its own private blend and handmade signature cocktails, making Red’s hipster-filled bar an experience all its own. In addition to the savory cuisine and opulent bar, Red’s meeting and event spaces, plus rooftop terrace, promise to rev up any special event. Looking to kick off the perfect bachelor party or watch the big game in style? Try Red’s front event room, fully stocked with a 42-inch plasma flat screen and seating for up to 16 guests.


Want to put a twist of your next corporate event? The back room hosts up to 60 seated guests and has presentation capabilities that will blow your guests’ minds. If that weren’t enough, Red’s rooftop provides jaw-dropping panoramic views of Miami’s skyline – perfect for “I dos” (or “I’m sorrys”).


Source: Digest Miami


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