The Setai Grill opens 12-12-12, bringing “rich cattle cuts, southern European plates and seasonal and local ingredients” to Collins Ave. New executive chef Mathias Gervais brings the beef – seven dry-aged a la carte cuts of meet are available for pairing with house-made sauces and classic side dishes. Other menu highlights include foie gras terrine, cote de boeuf and blanquette de veau. 2001 Collins Ave, Miami Beach; 305-520-6400
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