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Edge, Steak & Bar’s Beer and Whiskey BBQ Night

Edge, Steak & Bar is becoming one of Miami’s best restaurants.

They keep pumping out their specialty dinners once a month.

The newest one coming is “Beer and Whiskey BBQ.”

This dinner is on May 29th for only $79 per person.

Executive chef Aaron Brooks and restaurant chef James King will highlight barbecue for this month’s dinner at their communal table, with dishes paired with craft beers from Cigar City and whiskey from High West Distillery.

Edge, Steak & Bar will continue it’s specialty dinner series every last Tuesday of every month.

There is limited seating for this dinner so make sure to make reservations.

Check out the menu for the “Beer and Whiskey BBQ:”

  • Hickory Smoked Salmon, American Caviar, Cornflakes, Green Onion Puree; Cigar City Saizon Beer and High West Silver Rye
  • BBQ’d La Belle Duck, Foie Gras Griddle Cake, Huckleberry Sauce, Brussels Sprout Slaw; Cigar City Red Ale and High West Rendezvous Rye
  • Lamb Sausage, Grilled Black Kale, Greek Yogurt, Meyer Lemon Marmalade; Cigar City Jai Lai and High West Son of Bourye
  • ‘The Bambino’ – Porterhouse, Oxtail Baked Beans, Smoked Mashed Potato; Cigar City Madura and High West Double Rye
  • Warm Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies, Manhattan Jello Shots, Doughnut Milkshakes; Cigar City Black Lager and High West 21 Year Rocky Mountain



Celebrate National Drink Wine Day at Edge, Steak & Bar

Did you know that National Drink Wine Day is Saturday, February 18th?

Who doesn’t love a national day to drink? Well you can celebrate National Drink Wine Day at Edge, Steak & Bar with a special in-house promotion.

To celebrate National Drink Wine Day on Saturday, February 18th, Edge, Steak & Bar is offering half-off all bottles from its wine list.

Plus, Edge, Steak & Bar is also waiving the corkage fee for diners bringing their own bottle of wine.

Edge, Steak & Bar
1435 Brickell Ave.
Miami, FL



Edge Sunday Brunch is Here

You all know how much we love Edge, Steak & Bar at the Four Seasons Hotel in Brickell.

Check out our full review on Edge, Steak & Bar.

Well now Edge, Steak & Bar is launching Sunday Brunch.

This new innovative brunch is based on Miami’s popular food truck movement. The brunch will offer “creatively” designed food stations. Sunday Brunch launches on Sunday, January 22nd at 11:30 a.m. Brunch will be available till 3:00 p.m.

There will be a Viva La Mexico taco “truck” station, that will serve braised short rib and chilaquiles served with chicken and green tomatillo and queso sauce. There will also be a Cuban food “truck” station that will offer crispy roast suckling pig served on Cuban bread with mojo onions, house pickles and lemon aioli.

Other stations include a meat carving station, a Peruvian seafood station, and more. The buffet will also include light offerings such as assorted chilled melons, mojito tropical fruit salad and passion fruit mango smoothie shots, small plates, soups, salads, smoked chicken, seafood paella, BBQ spiced chicken with chimichurri, and guava braised short ribs with fried onions.

And don’t forget about desserts. Desserts will range from a signature ice cream station, churned to order with an array of toppings, a cotton candy station, freshly made churros, alfajores, guava tart and Key lime panna cotta.

After all that food, lets not forget about the Build-Your-Own Bloody Mary bar station either.

The Edge, Steak & Bar Sunday Brunch is priced at $75 per adult, $32 per child (ages 5 to 12).

Make sure to check it out!

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Edge, Steak & Bar Hosting a “Nose-to-Tail” Tasting

Edge, Steak & Bar is hosting a special “Nose-to-Tail” pork tasting on Friday, January 13th.

If you haven’t been to Edge, Steak & Bar yet, your missing out. Check out our full review here.

The “Nose-to-Tail” pork tasting will kick off a dinner series at Edge, Steak & Bar.

Organized by executive chef Aaron Brooks and restaurant chef James King, the first dinner will be an introduction to the monthly dining series kick-off. The Edge duo will be joined by chef Joshua Smith of Esquire Magazine’s “Best New Restaurant”, Tico in Boston for the series kick-off. The trio will discuss the farm-to-table relationship with pork purveyor Palmetto Creek Farms and interact with guests in the private dining rooms of Edge. “We want diners to get to know the chefs with this unique experience,” explained chef Brooks. “We all bring something different to the table.”

The “Nose-to-Tail” pork tasting includes a five-course dinner with paired wines by Seghesio Winery of Sonoma County.

The dinner is priced at $99 per person, exclusive of tax and gratuity. Seats are limited, reservations required.

Edge, Steak & Bar is located at the Four Seasons Miami.

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Review : Edge, Steak & Bar

At some Miami restaurants, you leave unhappy. You leave thinking to yourself, “that was not worth all the money I just spent on dinner!” Well at the brand new Edge, Steak & Bar, that was not the case.

Edge, Steak & Bar is on the seventh floor of The Four Seasons Miami in Brickell. We went for dinner. We were greeted with all smiles and we were seated in a booth near the bar.

General Manager Peter Triolo Jr. came by the table and brought us some of their signature cocktails: “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, Catwalk, and Ginger Brickell.”

Executive chef Aaron Brooks then came out to say hello and give us a small introduction to the restaurant and the menu. He then told us he was going to bring us out a couple appetizers to try out.

We started with a sample all of their signature tartars (pictured): Corvina (baby cucumber, green apple, celery leaf yellow pepper sauce), Beef (angus tenderloin, traditional garnish pickled mustard seeds), Scallop (salsa criolla, virgin olive oil opal basil), and Ahi Tuna (pickled shallots, watermelon, mint). We had heard so much about these tartars and they sure lived up to all the hype. Every single one was different and unique. You can try them all for $18, which isn’t a bad deal considering they are all so awesome! If you come to Edge, Steak & Bar and you don’t really want an appetizer we recommend you get the tartars, you won’t regret it.

Next Chef Aaron Brooks brought out the Calamari (calamari a la plancha, tomato, chorizo, salsa verde) and Wahoo Tiradito (sliced and marinated, saffron vinaigrette, fried olives). Both were amazing. The calamari and chorizo mixed together is a match made in heaven. The chorizo is thinly sliced and brings such a rich flavor to this dish. It’s unlike anything I have ever had. The Wahoo Tiradito is a different dish. It’s basically raw fish in this amazing saffron vinaigrette with Heirloom Tomatoes and the fried olives. Such a simple dish, yet so awesome. This indeed is another great appetizer.

After all that, we hadn’t ordered our main courses yet and we’re ready to roll out of the restaurant. So our waiter came back and began to take our order. We ordered the ‘Edge’ Burger (creekstone farms, ground beef, Vermont cheddar, chef’s pickles, house cut fries), Boston Cut Prime Strip Steak (6oz), Butcher’s Cut Filet (7oz), Sautéed Spinach and Chorizo And Cheddar Croquetas with romesco sauce. WOW! That’s a lot considering we are in the beginning stages of a food coma.

After about 15 minutes and another round of drinks including wine and a piso sour this time, our main courses arrived. Both the Boston Cut Prime Strip Steak and Butcher’s Cut Filet were cooked to perfection. Both seasoned perfectly, there’s no question these steaks were amazing. You can’t go wrong with a steak here. And the steaks are very reasonability priced. Both steaks cost under $25 each, which if you ask us, it’s a great deal! We got the Tamarind BBQ and Classic Béarnaise sauce with out steak and both were awesome. The Tamarind BBQ sauce is a little sweet and tangy, but a great dipping sauce for any steak.

The ‘Edge’ Burger (creekstone farms, ground beef, Vermont cheddar, chef’s pickles, house cut fries) was awesome as well. It’s more than just a burger. It was cooked perfectly and the Vermont cheddar made this an easy winner. This burger could easily compete in any burger competition and easily win.

As for the sides, we ordered the Sautéed Spinach and Chorizo And Cheddar Croquetas with romesco sauce (pictured). The sautéed spinach was just ok. It was our least favorite dish of the night. I mean let’s be honest, it was just spinach. Nothing crazy about it, just your normal sautéed spinach. Now the Chorizo and cheddar croquetas are well worth it. Small balls with crushed chorizo and cheddar, then fried make this a great side dish. If you only order 1 side dish, get the croquetas .

At this point in the dinner, the food coma has arrived and is really ready to roll on out of here, but our great waiter came by and asked if we cared for some dessert. Now you know we couldn’t say no, so we went for the Cheesecake Lollipops (gianduja, nutella meyer lemon, raspberry vanilla, dulce de leche) and a Molten cake with malted ice cream.

The cheesecake lollipops are a must. If you’re looking for a small great dessert, this is for you. The order comes with three lollipops and is enough to satisfy your craving for something sweet.

The Molten cake with malted ice cream was pretty amazing. The molten cake might be your normal molten cake, but the malted ice cream is a whole different story. Think of vanilla ice cream and whoopers candy having a baby and they created the malted ice cream. That’s exactly what it tasted like and when pairing it with some molten cake you got a winner.

Overall, Edge, Steak & Bar is a great, outstanding new restaurant. We consider it somewhat of a hidden gem at the moment, because not many people might know it’s right there at the Four Seasons in Brickell. They got great drinks, great food, and great prices. Not to mention a killer happy hour. The tartars in itself are worth coming here.

Executive chef Aaron Brooks is doing something great here. We highly recommend you come visit Edge, Steak & Bar, you won’t regret it.

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