Everyone could use more mac and cheese in their lives. Red, the Steakhouse in South Beach just launched a mac-and-cheese sampler featuring four mouth-watering flavors along with four different kinds of cheese.

Guests can try truffle, lobster, king crab, and bacon flavors featuring Parmesan Reggiano, Pecorino Romano, Fontina Val d’Aosta, and Raclette cheeses all in one melty, gooey dish.

While we reached out for a comment and are still awaiting a response, Red, the Steakhouse Founder and Executive Chef Peter Vauthy told the Miami Herald “We all grew up on mac ‘n’ cheese," and those are some definitely relatable words. 

Vauthy uses a phone-to-table approach, according to the steakhouse's website. In other words, he uses his relationships and connections to create the best culinary experience for guests. Guests can enjoy special dishes like Alaskan King Crab flown in fresh from the Bering Sea and rare spiny Brittany blue lobster.

The press has raved about Red, the Steakhouse in South Beach. The restaurant has been named the best steakhouse in Miami by the Miami New Times, the Thrillest, and Time Out. The Daily Meal even ranked Red in the top 50 steakhouses in America.

Try the four-cheese sampler at Red, the Steakhouse and pick your favorite mac and cheese flavor! You can check out Red South Beach's Instagram page here

For more cheesy eats in South Florida, check out this article on pepperoni pizza fries. Or, read this one on cheese tea.

Red, the Steakhouse - South Beach

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Surf & Turf

Address: 119 Washington Ave., in Miami Beach

Why You Need To Go: This four-cheese mac and cheese sampler is a total bucket list food for cheese-lovers! Try it out and choose your favorite among the truffle, lobster, king crab, and bacon flavors.


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