Three meat-intensive restaurants have announced fall openings:
Porcao Farm to Grill plans to open in late September at Miami’s Mary Brickell Village with a menu of “premium dry-aged meats” and “composed small plates made from farm fresh products and seasonal ingredients.”
Described as an unrelated homage to the late Porcao Steakhouse, PFG is a collaboration between restaurateur Rocky Tarantello (Astor Place) and chef Jeff O’Neill (Gibraltar, The Dining Room at The Villa by Barton G); 305-779-2445, porcaogrill.com.
L’Entrecôte de Paris, a Brazilian chain that prides itself on its French steak-frites, is set to open its first U.S. outlet Sept. 5 at 1053 SE First Ave., Miami. House specialties include salad and steak-frites for $19.90 at lunch, $26 at dinner; 305-755-9995, lentrecotedeparis.com.
Novecento Argentine bistro plans its third South Florida location at Town Center Aventura, the former Loehmann’s Fashion Island at Northeast 187th Street and Biscayne Boulevard. Opening date is TBA.