There’s no shortage of options in Miami when it comes to steakhouses. But when you’re looking for a true, old-school American steakhouse, the Palm has little competition. Founded in New York City in 1926, the cavernous Miami edition of Palm—located in the Bay Harbor Islands—is full of wood (on the walls, floors, banquettes, chairs, tables and even the ceilings) and oozes good-old-boy charm. Steaks are, of course, the specialty, but family recipes for Italian dishes like veal marsala and linguine and clams have been on the menu since the mid-1920s. There’s a good reason why there are now 30 locations of this upmarket chain worldwide, from Miami to London.
9650 East Bay Harbor Drive
at 96th Street, Bay Harbor Islands
|Opening hours:||5–11pm daily|
|Price:||Main courses $30–$50|