It makes sense to place a steakhouse just steps away from the betting windows of Gulfstream Park. Win big on the horses, and buy yourself a steak – a logical conclusion for this Texas export. The catch at III Forks is that the prices are far less than the likes of most steakhouse chains. The menu’s USDA Prime “Beef Market” section includes nothing over 40 bucks, with an 18-ounce bone-in ribeye at just $37.95. It comes nicely charred and accompanied by one of III Forks signature additions. Skip the blue cheese unless you’re a serious fan of the strong stuff and go instead for the savory red wine reduction, served on the side and dotted with caramelized shallots. The creamed corn is the best of the sides, a buttery mash that melts away. The wine list is a veritable phone book of selections, but again, it’s the prices that beguile, like just $13 for a glass of the Riddler blend. Finish it all with New Orleans-style bread pudding with rum sauce and cinnamon ice cream; the dish is only lightly sweetened until you get to the rum sauce, which serves as the kind of sweet ending everyone’s looking for at the racetrack.