Meat Us Wednesdays at Cypress Tavern for Porterhouse, Pots & Port

fullsizerender-68Especially in Miami, especially when it refuses to cool off (patience!), we crave the winter vibes.  We break out the brown liquors, reds with structure, and yes, the meat.  It just feels like the right thing to do and indulging is always more fun with friends.  So gather some and head to Cypress Tavern because Wednesdays are now about upping the steak dinner game in a big, sharable way.

Beginning next week until March 29, our guests can enjoy the restaurant’s signature large plate off the wood grill, a 32 oz. Dry-Aged Porterhouse, with a choice of two sides – Grilled Asparagus, Thrice Cooked Fries Whipped Potatoes, Brussels Sprouts or Leeks Gratin – with two glasses of Michael and Eric’s Nebbiolo blend with Jim Clendenen, Lua Rossa No. 4, for $89. $22 more will get a full bottle, a glass more each to go the distance.  Because that’s what we would do.

ct_meat-us-wednesday-menuChef Schwartz also recommends aficionados handle it like he would, with surf.  Add a Wood Grilled Giant Prawn (PA) for the table, basted with garlic butter, seared off to a tender char and served with a cheek lemon to squeeze, the essential bright cut.

Round out the experience with a healthy dram of Smith Woodhouse 10 yr Tawny Port to savor with Cypress’ decadent Chocolate Pot de Crème complete with soft whipped cream and sugar-toasted brioche for $18.  Says beverage manager Amanda Fraga, “Dessert wines are kind of magic.  When paired properly they can really enhance a dessert by adding a new layer of flavor. Here we add notes of caramel notes to the chocolate.”  Brainer, no brainer.

To reserve a table, email reservations@cypresstavern.com or call 305.520.5197. $5 Design District Valet is available, as well as street parking in the city lot in between 37th and 38th street. Full menus and more information are available at cypresstavern.com.

Lua Rossa likes meat, too.

Lua Rossa likes meat, too.

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