- Hard Rock Beach Club's menu features a $250 salad, $450 lobster rolls, and $500 prawns
- F1 Platter costs $500 for a cookout-style spread, while dessert boasts $245 ice cream
- The $42 Wagyu steak sandwich's authenticity questioned due to its underwhelming appearance
Miami's Grand Prix recently turned up the heat, combining Formula One's high-octane fun with Florida's beach vibes. Posh tickets soared into the thousands, but the real jaw-droppers were waiting for guests past the entrance.
Feast your eyes on Hard Rock Beach Club's over-the-top menu: a cool $250 for a watermelon and tomatillo salad, $450 Maine lobster rolls, and $500 for some seriously chilled prawns. A refreshing fruit salad? That'll set you back $295. Oh, and if you're craving caviar, just add $400 more.
Not feeling the small bites? Tackle the $500 F1 Platter loaded with hamburger sliders, ribeye quesadilla, chicken tenders, and sauces. This bad boy serves four, but at over $100 a head, it better be the most epic cookout feast ever.
And let's not forget dessert. Three types of ice cream set the bar high at $245. Fingers crossed that's not per scoop. Wash it all down with a $560 bottle of Tito's vodka or a bucket of Heineken for $50.
Sure, these astronomical prices were for an exclusive section, but even the $42 Wagyu steak sandwich raised eyebrows. With its lack of marbling and sparse sauce, it was hard to believe this was legit Wagyu. But hey, at least there were over 65 restaurants and food trucks to explore.
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