Call it a quick makeover. Biscayne Steak, Sea & Wine closed last December for a quick makeover, and now the Tropicana plans to convert the restaurant into the Napa Valley-inspired steakhouse concept, Oakville Steakhouse on Saturday, June 16.
When revealed in February, the remodel with an estimated construction budget of $220,000 included a contemporary bar with a 150-label wine display and an expanded lounge with a new interior.
At the new steakhouses, customers can expect to find Napa Valley wines as well as steaks covering dry-aged, Wagyu and grass fed beef. A special carved table-side makes the menu as well. Oakville plans to use Texas Wagyu from Rosewood Ranch with cuts of iNew York strip, bone-in ribeye and filet mignon.
The restaurant plans to feature a list of 150 wines from Far Niente, Nickel & Nickel, Opus One, PlumpJuck, Screaming Eagle, Silver Oak and Turnbull, available in a bottle or by the glass. Customers can see the wine wall as they enter the restaurant.
Oakville Steakhouse plans to open for lunch and dinner daily.