Several times a year the Miami Dolphins bond as a team over dinner. It’s tradition that the rookies foot the bill. No one complains, it’s tradition right? Well, after their win against the Bengals earlier this week, the rookies treated their massive O-line to Prime One Twelve steakhouse in Miami Beach raking up a bill of $7,400. They ordered nearly everything on the menu at an estimated $740 per person. Wow! I’d love to be the waitress. who got tipped after that meal! Talk about a pay day.
It’s the LAST tab you’d ever wanna pick up — a bill for a lavish steak dinner consumed by the heavyweights on the Miami Dolphins offensive line — but Monday night, several unlucky rookies did just that … and it cost ’em $7,400.
All told, there were 10 players at the dinner at Prime One Twelve steakhouse in Miami Beach — fresh off their Sunday night victory over the Bengals — meaning the average cost per head was $740.
Dolphins guard Richie Incognito tells us, they ordered practically everything on the menu — including Wagyu beef, which runs $35 AN OUNCE … in addition to a full array of appetizers, expensive wines, and of course … lemon drop shots.
Incognito tells us, the guys go out for dinner several times a year as a bonding experience — and it’s a tradition to make the rookies pay for one of those meals.
We’re told the rooks split the bill based on their salaries — which means starting right tackle Jonathan Martin paid the most.
Champagne problems … in this case, Dom Perignon.
The crazy spending didn’t end at dinner either — sources tell TMZ, the crew dropped by the FDR lounge at the Delano hotel following their feast … where the rookies dropped over $2,000 on a table and drinks.