The Forge Restaurant Miami has just reopened this past March. Not only did the restaurant get a make over but the menu did as well. The main dining area is larger in size plus you can have 130 in club chairs and loveseats at every table. At the back of the restaurant there is a communal table for 20 next to the sommelier station and the Enomatic wine system which is a automatic pouring machine that allows the guest to try different types of wines by the glass. Adjoining the dining area is the bar which seats 36 customers and had full dinner services. Multiple areas for private events are also available. The Forge Restaurant Miami also offers guests a behind-the-scenes look at the restaurant’s service off from the main dining area with floor-to-ceiling glass doors that look out to the butler’s station. Larger events are also available with seating from 200 to 300 with a separate entrance from the East Room.
The menu itself has also been renovated. The Forge Restaurant Miami has gone from a steak house to a restaurant with various selections of seafood, meats, salads, and pasta dishes. The new Executive Chef Dewey LoSasso cooks up some great savory snacks and appetizers before creating your main course. Choose from a wide variety of seafood. Shrimp, lobster, tuna, oysters on the half shell and much more. If seafood is not what you have a appetite for then perhaps you’d like to enjoy the kale and spaghetti or the faux risotto. The Forge Restaurant Miami still offers steak on the menu as well as Lamb chops, Barolo braised short ribs and even duck are among the fine choices for you when you come here. If you had rather keep it on the light side, there are magnificent salads to choose from as well as a wonderful choice of pasta, grains and risotto. The Forge Restaurant Miami also has a very nice wine selection as well as other popular drinks from the bar. Overall, the place is really beautiful since the renovation and the food and service is excellent.
432 41st Street
Miami Beach, FL 33140-3504