By Jessica Sanchez, Contributing Reporter
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA – In partnership with David “Papi” Einhorn, David Grutman, opened a new steakhouse in September on Miami Beach. The eatery is located in the heart of SoFi (South of Fifth) at 736 1st Street, reviews are positive and celebrities from all over have already been spotted there.
The restaurant offers dishes like latkes, wagyu pastrami, Maine lobster, and chicken schnitzel, mac ‘n cheese, corn pudding, and of course – steaks grilled to order. Additionally, a wine list which contains 150 different wines and twelve specialty different cocktails to choose from are also be available on the menu.
Since the dish “Papi Steak” became so popular at Komodo, Grutman decided to open a whole restaurant inspired on the famous dish and Einhorn’s recipes.
“At Papi Steak we aren’t trying to be just another steakhouse in Miami Beach,” Grutman said in a press release. “We are taking our unique menu and pairing it with one of the best designed dining rooms in Miami.”
A recent reviewer said; “This is an absolutely must try for not only Miami Beach but in general. This place is a cozy atmosphere with dark lighting and great music. The drinks are superb. I recommend the papi mule. For food, simple! Wagyu pastrami, hamachi crudo, prime ribeye, and the Monopoly potato with caviar.”
The popular “Papi Steak” dish, created by Einhorn at Grutman’s Brickell restaurant, Komodo, is inspired by his kosher style and the years he has traveled, and it is one of the best sellers at Komodo so it is expected to be the next hit of the menu too.
Einhorn, a Brooklyn native who grew in a kosher home, is sure that “The food and the vibe are going to be out of this world.” “I’ve always loved sharing and making food for my friends and family,” he said in a press release. “We’re so excited to bring Papi Steak to South Beach.”
The restaurant which seats 93, is designed by ICrave for the design, which features red velvet booths, a bronze mirror strip that goes around the dining room, and the beautiful walls decorated with big colorful exotic floral prints which are drawn and painted by Candice Kaye.
David Grutman also launched Miami Beach nightclubs LIV and Story, and recently expanded to restaurants, including Komodo in Miami’s Brickell financial district, OTL and Swan & Bar Bevy in Miami’s Design District and Planta in Miami Beach.
Papi Steak, opened to the public on September 12th, and it is open Sunday through Wednesday from 6PM until 11PM and Thursday through Saturday it is open until midnight.
For more information and reservations call 305-800-7274 or go to www.opentable.com.