The Forge


432 W 41st St
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Phone: 305-538-8533

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Sun-Thu 6pm-Midnight; Fri-Sat 6pm-1am

Cuisine:
American, European, French, Seafood, Steakhouse

Dining Options:
Bar / Lounge, Bar Dining, Catering, Chef's Table, Disabled Accessible, Non-Smoking, Parties / Private Rooms, Take Out, Wine Cellar

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10BEST Says

Steakhouses: For American cuisine with a creative French twist, try the elegant Forge. Renovated in 2009 in honor of its 40th anniversary, the space is chock-full of eye-catching antiques and an eclectic mix of upholstered and metal furniture. The farm-to-table menu draws you in, offering tantalizing dishes such as herb-infused steamed local snapper "In a Bag" and grilled wild salmon with basil mashed hearts of palm. Beef is a favorite, and the 16-ounce aged oak grilled "Super Steak" has been named the nation's number one steak by "Wine Spectator." Speaking of wines, the cellar houses an enormous collection -- more than 80,000 bottles of various vintages. Also, the Enomatic wine serving system, that serves wine by the glass, is great for sampling different wines by the ounce.

Take Out: For American cuisine with a creative French twist, try the elegant Forge. Renovated in 2009, in honor of its 40th anniversary, the space is chock-full of eye-catching antiques and an eclectic mix of upholstered and metal furniture. The farm-to-table menu draws you in, offering tantalizing dishes such as herb-infused steamed local snapper "In a Bag" and grilled wild salmon with basil mashed hearts of palm. Beef is a favorite, and the 16-ounce aged oak grilled "Super Steak" has been named the nation's number one steak by "Wine Spectator." Speaking of wines, the cellar houses an enormous collection — more than 80,000 bottles of various vintages. Also, the Enomatic wine serving system, that serves wine by the glass, is great for sampling different wines by the ounce. Reservations suggested.


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Steakhouses: "Take advantage of the Enomatic wine machines, allowing you to sample various wines by the glass. However, be aware that price range per glass can cost anywhere from $7.20 up to $102, so make sure you know how much you're willing to spend before the pour."

Best for Steakhouses Because: Their menu ranges from a $30 red wine braised short rib to an $120 40oz dry aged prime tomahawk chop for two you'll flip for.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Steakhouses: For American cuisine with a creative French twist, try the elegant Forge. Renovated in 2009 in honor of its 40th anniversary, the space is chock-full of eye-catching antiques and an eclectic mix of upholstered and metal furniture. The farm-to-table menu draws you in, offering tantalizing dishes such as herb-infused steamed local snapper "In a Bag" and grilled wild salmon with basil mashed hearts of palm. Beef is a favorite, and the 16-ounce aged oak grilled "Super Steak" has been named the nation's number one steak by "Wine Spectator." Speaking of wines, the cellar houses an enormous collection -- more than 80,000 bottles of various vintages. Also, the Enomatic wine serving system, that serves wine by the glass, is great for sampling different wines by the ounce.

Take Out: For American cuisine with a creative French twist, try the elegant Forge. Renovated in 2009, in honor of its 40th anniversary, the space is chock-full of eye-catching antiques and an eclectic mix of upholstered and metal furniture. The farm-to-table menu draws you in, offering tantalizing dishes such as herb-infused steamed local snapper "In a Bag" and grilled wild salmon with basil mashed hearts of palm. Beef is a favorite, and the 16-ounce aged oak grilled "Super Steak" has been named the nation's number one steak by "Wine Spectator." Speaking of wines, the cellar houses an enormous collection — more than 80,000 bottles of various vintages. Also, the Enomatic wine serving system, that serves wine by the glass, is great for sampling different wines by the ounce. Reservations suggested.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Priscilla Blossom Says:

Steakhouses: "Take advantage of the Enomatic wine machines, allowing you to sample various wines by the glass. However, be aware that price range per glass can cost anywhere from $7.20 up to $102, so make sure you know how much you're willing to spend before the pour."

Best for Steakhouses Because: Their menu ranges from a $30 red wine braised short rib to an $120 40oz dry aged prime tomahawk chop for two you'll flip for.

Main Menu

Composed Entrées
Steaks & Bone-ins
Accessorize Your Steak
Sauces & Butters
Raw & Chilled
Salads
Hot - Appetizers
Sides

Dessert Menu

Dessert
Dessert shots
Coffees & teas

Bar Menu

Bar Menu
Dessert Shots

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