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Do you ever feel for something to eat but never want to cook Well I have the solutions for you I know some of the best restaurants that everyone is guaranteed to love So to share my favorite restaurants with you will help me remember some of the places I love the most Shulas Steak House Joes Stone Crab and Benihanas are the ones I desire the most just to name a few The name Don Shula is well recognized around the world He could be known for his football career and even his small attempt at a golf career Now the only thing I know him for is his Steakhouse and hotel and golf resort Shulas Steak House located in some of the most prestigious cities in the country is a unique restaurant with a record as being the best steak house in Miami and other cities Shulas cut their own beef helping them prevail in winning highest in the industry beef Everything about Shulas is different from any other restaurant the whole menu is printed on a football Therefore it proves that your selection isnt that large so the items that they do serve must be delicious Then the server brings out a live lobster and about four different steak sizes to the table It is an exceptional way for the customer to select the best size steak for their appetite Shula Steak House even has a 48-Ounce Porterhouse Club meaning if you can eat their whole 48 once steak you have free membership to the club and a free meal for the night The Surf and Turf is the most popular entreacutee on their menu The surf and turf is a grilled steak along with a grilled or broiled lobster served with your choice of sides it allows you to have the best of both worlds Joes Stone Crab is a well established restaurant that is well identified for its
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