Lovely bar area to relax after a long day. The $1 happy hour oysters were Wellfleets from New England...some of the best in the US. We ordered 3 dozen this time. Yum! The cocktails were artisan and well poured.
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Very good Sunday brunch with a great raw bar selection of stone crab claws, fresh oysters and shrimp. Loved the additional ala cart choices!
The restaurant gets rather noisy in peak time. We dined indoors but you have a choice to eat outside. We loved the mushroom soup.
The edge restaurant at the four seasons is relatively good. I just have a few minor complaints. The service is extremely slow, which is one of my pet hates, and waiters are always jumping on you trying to push you to order more or to...More
Service at this four seasons restaurant wasn’t acceptable. Which is a shame as the food was delicious. I waited long enough for food. One steak came out cold and had to be sent back to recook. To be fair the manager fixed quickly. The problem...More
Please avoid the Edge restaurant at the Four Seasons. While a nice hotel with a very nice staff, we both were sickened by bad clams at the Edge restaurant. I find that the quality control at a Four Seasons was not up to standard. Really...More
I went there for a date Sunday, and overall was happy with the experience. The food was amazing. I adored the lighting. And while expensive(it's a steakhouse in the Four Seasons. Of course it is.), it was surprisingly affordable. The only problems I had were...More
Following a positive review in the New York Times we visited edge dec 29 Admittedly the food was delicious The service was simply unacceptable...after being greeted by a surly hostess we were seated and waited at least 10 mins for someone to approach the table....More
From various parts of the world we came to meet on Brickell. After a thorough selection between all the future assistants we chose Edge Steak & Bar, and reserved days in advance. We selected a table for 10 in a quiet spot of the restaurant,...More