The Grill On The Alley (Aventura)

Posted on December 10th, 2008 · American

*****  The Grill On The Alley, 19575 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura, Florida 33180 (305) 466-7195.

The Grill On the Alley is an “American-Style” joint which opened about three weeks ago in the Aventura Mall. Just so we know what we are talking about here, for dinner The Grill gets $41.75 for its 16 oz. Prime NY Steak…$36.95 for its 16 oz. Rib Eye Steak…Crab Cakes $29.95…Pan Fried Dover Sole $42.50…Chicken Pot Pie $18.95…Half-Roasted Chicken $19.50…Side Dishes $4.50-$8.50.

At this juncture, take a look at The Grill’s website for complete menu/prices/details.

The food is terrific. The “wood” ambiance/decor is terrific. The service is terrific.

If you can “handle” the prices, The Grill is an absolutely great place for lunch or dinner. Its menu is loaded with appetizers, salads, pastas, chicken/meat/seafood entrees and desserts. A recent  lunch-time “taste test” gave flying colors to the hamburger,  chicken pot pie, rib-eye steak and crab cake.

Now for the relatively “good news”…take a look at The Grill’s “LUNCH MENU”…suprisingly its pricing is more…shall we say, customer-friendly…with a hamburger/fries going for $9.95, chicken parmesan/pasta for $14.50. Not exactly “Subway” prices, but you won’t go for your lungs, either.

The “call” is yours to make. The food-decor-service is terrific. The only stumbling block… could be price.

The Grill is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.

5 Comments to “The Grill On The Alley (Aventura)”

  1. jane k. says...

    I have eaten in The Grill located in Beverly Hills and it is expensive but worth the money. Sure hope the food and service in Aventura match the Beverly Hills’ location.
    Try The Grill.

  2. The Chowfather says...

    Jeff, the real winner is the happy hour menu

  3. JeffEats says...

    The Chowfather: Just had a chance to read your post. I agree with you 100% that the Happy Hour $3.95-$4.95 menu is a real value…Thanks for the link.

    Thanks for reading…

  4. Today the Sun Sentinel did a nice piece on The Grill. I have noticed that many times soon after you write up a restaurant the Sun Sentinel does a piece. I think that someone follows your reviews. What do you think?

  5. JeffEats says...

    Barry D. Ft.Lauderdale: Just had a chance to read your post. I know for a fact that the Jeff Eats’ site is monitored by the Sun Sentinel. Just so you know, I get some great ideas from the Sun Sentinel, Miami Herald and Palm Beach Post. Keep in mind, that although we may “try” the same joints, we may not have the same opinion of those joints.

    Anyway…thanks for reading.

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