Steakhouses in Miami are ubiquitous, but what’s not so common is an import from the Midwest that has the chops to keep up. For a side of glitz with your spectacularly seasoned slab o’ meat, Cleveland’s Red, the Steakhouse is where you and your gung-ho gang of gastronauts will gather. The modern black-and-black hot spot has been a fave among many, from Michael Jordan and Rosie O’ Donnell to the pied piper of all adventurous eaters, Andrew Zimmern. But since you and your crew are more what’s what than who’s who, you’ll be arriving prepared to feast. As you enter, scope the buzzy bar crowd, gathered for tapas hits like foie gras en bocal and beef jerky. Loosen the belts in preparation for steakhouse faves like Aged USDA or Certified Angus, seasoned with a magnificent mashup of kosher salt, tellecherry pepper, and a brush of aglio. Purists in your group may be skeptical, but after that first bite they’ll be instant converts. Don’t let the unabridged list of sides cause confusion: tell your crew they can’t go wrong with parmesan tater tots or truffled whipped potatoes. If you have some seafood lovers in the house, they won’t be neglected, as Red has an excellent in with the Deadliest Catch dudes, scooping up some of the finest crab this side of Dutch Harbor.