Dirty French Is Miami's Most Irreverent Steakhouse Courtesy Of Ken Fulk
Dirty French Steakhouse opened doors in Miami's bustling Brickell neighborhood. The restaurant was conceived by globally renowned hospitality group Major Food Group (MFG) Interior designed by Ken Fulk to embody the rich history and opulence Miami is well known for. Dirty French Steakhouse offers the finest fare of meat and seafood you’d expect from a traditional chophouse, but offers a French twist on the classic cuisine.
Visitors can get a cocktail at the “Jungle Bar,” a lush lounge with a tropical motif thanks to cheeky banana leaf pendants, striking fringed cheetah print bar seats, and bespoke leaf patterned walls, once they enter the restaurant. From there, visitors will go through a somber and romantic corridor lined with beautiful mashrabiya paneling to the main dining area.
The main dining area is surrounded by upholstered burnt orange walls, with unique zebra print dining chairs providing a humorous and vivid contrast. The dining parlor (which may be accessible through the main dining room) offers personal alcoves with deep plum banquettes, perfect for special occasions. For those late Miami evenings, the private dining area with its vast mosaic mirrored “disco ball” walls is the place to be.
While admiring Fulk's creations, the restaurant's menu features typical steakhouse chops such as filet mignon, ribeye, and New York strip, as well as a weekly selection of rare off-menu dishes. Consider starting the night with the Dirty French wedge salad and either a 40-ounce Porterhouse or Wagyu Tomahawk to share on a date night or at a family supper.
Fresh seafood entrées and raw bar selections are available for those wanting the catch of the day, as a testimony to Miami's beachfront vista. Plus, appetizers like grilled oysters, tuna tartare, and lobster ravioli are delicious. Finally, savor soufflés flambéed table side by MFG'S pasty chef Stephanie Prida to cap off the evening with a performance.