What we had: We attended a preview dinner that gave an overview of both the Bourbon Steak and Corsair Kitchen dinner menus (both of which are offered seven nights a week). The lobster salad off the Corsair starters is a big-ticket item and a nice way to begin while Bourbon’s beef carpaccio is festooned with shaved summer truffles – lovely to see on a Spice menu. Corsair’s campanelle pasta comes with fava beans and kale pesto and Bourbon’s Yemenite-spiced NY strip will satisfy any carnivore. The hazelnut panna cotta on Bourbon’s menu was a crowd pleaser while Corsair’s key lime tart was an interesting take on a classic Florida dessert.
Who should go to this venue: Both spots are polished and chic, and perfect for an upscale night out. But while Bourbon has an adults-only atmosphere, Corsair is a bit more family-friendly.
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