Red South Beach

Red South Beach is a South Of Fifth steakhouse that doesn’t do enough to earn a spot among the top tier of Miami steakhouses. Dinner here isn’t awful. They do solid (if a bit underseasoned) classic steakhouse sides like potatoes au gratin, macaroni and cheese, and creamed spinach. But the bone-in porterhouse is dry, and lacks the punch of meaty flavor one expects from a $100 piece of steak. And the dining room has a dated aesthetic that will make you feel like you’re in a hotel lobby at some point during the early 2010s. It’s not the end of the world if a family member insists on going here, but if you’re trying to plan a protein-heavy special occasion meal, look elsewhere.