July 6, 2021 – This kosher steakhouse was inspired by the vibrant mural-splashed Wynwood district of Miami and beachfront Tulum, Mexico, an unusual pairing, and especially so if you add kosher steaks. Not only that, Naftali Abenaim, one of the restaurant’s owners, says the cooking is a fusion of Mediterranean and Asian fare. The executive chef, David Kolotkin, formerly of Prime Grill in Midtown, serves wings and a burger, along with crowd-pleasers like guacamole and tuna tartare, and many dishes to be prepared tableside or on a Japanese robata grill. The restaurant’s casual front room is furnished with rattan; the back dining room is plush, done in velvet. Customers can rent lockers for keeping special bottles of spirits. The locker also comes with a personalized steak knife.