My fiance and I love food. Like many couples, we go out to dinner pretty often. And while we do have the usual spots we enjoy--hello, Tarpon Bend--we try to make it a point to venture out to new places as much as possible.
So a couple of weeks ago when the hubs was craving a steak--which, who am I kidding, is pretty often--we went on a Google hunt for a steakhouse we hadn't tried. Here's where our search led us to:
Area Code 55 in Sunny Isles is Brazilian rodizio--you know, one of those places where they bring different meats around to your table--and I must say, it was pretty good. First off, the dinner is $30 per person, which is pretty inexpensive compared to other places with the same concept.
The menu has a lot of different options like flank steak, filet mignon, pork loin, chicken wrapped in bacon and, of course, their signature roasted pineapple. The salad bar had a good selection of different sides, including rice, potato salad, cheeses, veggies and soups, and if you're not a meat eater, you can choose to stick with the salad bar for $19 per person, instead.
After so much meat, we were way too full for dessert, but I did notice a chocolate brownie that looked pretty delicious. Oh yea, and if you're having drinks? Order a sangria, it's huge and very tasty.