Turfunderground’s Top Five Places To Eat In Miami

Prime 112 on Miami Beach and Eric von Hofen

Call ahead for sure! Or eat at the bar.

If you are heading to Miami this Spring or Summer, I suggest stopping by any of these places on this list and you won’t be let down.  First of all don’t come to Miami tired, you will leave exhausted for sure, but bring your appetite. Also don’t think you are going to eat dinner at 6 pm, we eat after 9:30 pm down here and love it. Many restaurants open their doors after 7pm and fire up the stove around 8pm. Dinner in Miami on any day of the week is an experience. Remember that you want to eat great food, be seen, and people watch for sure. Miami has every dish and price point you can think of. Miami is truly an international city and just like NYC, it has so many places to eat and drink that you could go out to eat every meal every day for years and you will not eat at the same place twice. I have put this list together for you of the my favorite places that I take my guests from out of town to.

TurfUnderground’s Top Five List for Miami

1. Prime 112 in the Browns Hotel Miami Beach. Bring your camera for sure. This place is on their list also.
2. Joe’s Stone Crab.  This is not the chain in the midwest.  This place has been in Miami for over 98 years and serves hundreds of people every night.
3. Barton G. Out of the park food presentation and service.
4. Michael’s Genuine Food and Drink.  Located in the trendy Design District this place rocks out every night so call ahead.
5. STK in the Gansevoort South. Just like the STK in NYC, it’s a must see.  Great music, flowing drinks and kick ass steaks.

That should take care of you while you are here so you won’t starve to death. Enjoy and let me know if you check them out. Bring a fat wallet.

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Is Tiger Woods, and golfers worldwide, ready to start playing again?

This week Tiger Woods is playing in the Masters in the land down under and he is not ranked #1. What can we expect out of him? A year ago this week, in the same land down under of Australia, both his perfect world and his perfect golf game started to come undone. He said in a press conference today that he is ready to start playing again. I’ve heard that same sentiment echoed repeatedly over the last week, not just from Tiger Woods, but from members as well. They are telling me they are happy about the outcome of the elections last week, the stock market is at a two year high and they want to play more golf this year. I think the world is realizing that we are all not going to fall off a cliff and the markets are not going to zero. I can see business improving at the country club by the amount of members hanging out and enjoying themselves. We have a member/member tournament this week and the field is sold out. Tonight, South Beach hot spots such as Joe’s Stone Crab and Prime 112 have a 2 hour wait for a table, and the streets are packed with vacationers from around the world. It’s hard to believe that there is a 9.5% unemployment rate in the US. Sure doesn’t feel like it. Maybe we have turned the corner, and maybe Tiger might just surprise us with a win this week.

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