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Prime One Twelve (Prime 112)

At The Browns Hotel
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    RatingAvg. Dinner Entrée
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    $$$$$18.01 - $25
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    $$$7.01 - $12
    $Less than $7
  • Steakhouses, Seafood
  • 112 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach FL33139 25.769898 -80.133249
  • (Btwn 1st & 2nd St)
  • (305) 532-8112
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User Ratings (Based on 20 reviews)

3.285
Food 3.9 Value 2.7
Service 3.1 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(305) 532-8112
Website:
www.prime112.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Lunch Mon-Fri: 12pm-3pm Dinner Mon-Fri: 5:30pm-12am Sat: 5:30pm-1am Sun: 5:30pm-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Outdoor Dining, People Watching, Raw Bar, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards

User Reviews

  • Prime One Twelve (Prime 112)

    Posted by Lara Family on 08/24/2014

    Relation price/quality very low

    Food? Good. Price? Terribly high. Service? Normal. Have been in many 5 star restaurants all over the word. This restaurant is too expensive for the quality. What do I mean by quality? Food quality, it is good but it is not amazing..food could be more delicately prepared, instead its all huge proportions and easier techniques. Service, the waitress was nice and attentive, but for the price you are paying, throwing the check on the table, as if telling us we have to go,it is NOT justified. If.you are going to pay 150$ per person,it better be the best meal you have eaten in a while, not something you can do on the grill a Sunday afternoon, and it better be a superb and impeccable service..

  • Prime One Twelve (Prime 112)

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/02/2014

    Great

    Never change

  • Prime One Twelve (Prime 112)

    Posted by SMS45 on 12/22/2013

    Why bother

    Why bother to take reservations. We finally got seated for our 7:30 PM reservation at 8:25. Maybe it's me, but if I'm going to spend over $100 per person for dinner and drinks, I want it all. Standing around and complaining with the other guests for close to an hour after our reservation is not my idea of a good night out. The food was faultless. I had the best piece of grouper I ever had and I regularly buy grouper at my fish store and spend $16-19 per pound. The service was very good, but after the wait I would have expected someone in management to at least buy a round of drinks. In short, I hated the attitude of the place, loved the food, and I am in no rush to eat there again and pay good money for a love/hate experience.

  • Prime One Twelve (Prime 112)

    Posted by Victoria on 04/27/2013

    They forgot their purpose

    Good food, nothing better than many good steak houses in miami. But their service is unacceptable. There are so many other options where you can get both.

  • Prime One Twelve (Prime 112)

    Posted by Mica on 04/14/2013

    Food was great

    The Kobe sliders & the fried red velvet cupcakes were amazing. The hostess's don't acknowledge you for at least 10 minutes. Cramped seating, but I'd go back.

  • Prime One Twelve (Prime 112)

    Posted by Paul Hanna on 03/12/2013

    Everything that's wrong with dining.

    I do not understand why anybody in their right mind would accept abuse of having to wait over an hour for a table, despite having a reservation. Obviously it is the lackadaisical approach of customers that permits them to perpetuate this utter disregard for unsuspecting diners. I wonder if they could legally be held accountable for their intentional herding of clients to the bar. This establishment clearly doesn't value the importance of their customers. And by accepting such ridiculous waits, we're agreeing that we don't deserve any better

  • Prime One Twelve (Prime 112)

    Posted by Kathryn on 02/24/2013

    Gone way down hill...

    Gone are the days when patrons were assured of fine dining at Prime 112 Miami; it’s now a food factory where they send diners to the bar for 50+ minutes past reservation times, herd them into an overcrowded eating trough, serve them the wrong items, bring sides half-way through meals and then present the check. My husband and I ate dinner there on Mon., Feb. 18, and the above is an accurate description of what occurred. We were warned by friends who had eaten there in January that Prime 112 had “changed.” But we eat there once or twice when we’re down from the north, and shrugged our shoulders. We should have taken their advice. We reside in Bal Harbour during the winter, and our next steaks will be from The Palm, where we are still treated as dinner guests--not cattle-- by the management and staff.

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