Puerto Rican Cuisine and Drinks at Benny's Seafood Restaurant (Half Off). Two Options Available.

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Fresh fruit juices and imported beers complement traditional dishes—such as mofongo topped with lobster

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Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 5 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid on Saturday or Sunday at 2500 SW 107th Ave location. Dine-in only. Not valid for happy hour specials. Must purchase 1 food item. Not valid on major holidays. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $20 for $40 worth of Puerto Rican cuisine and drinks
  • $40 for $80 worth of Puerto Rican cuisine and drinks

The menu features seven variations of the famous mofongo—a traditional dish made from a mixture of fried green plantains, pork rinds, and garlic—including one topped with grilled beef ($15.95—$17.95) and another with conch or octopus ($19.95—$22.95). Other specialties include goat fricassee with white rice and sweet plantain ($15.95), and lobster Creole sautéed in fresh tomato sauce, parsley, and red wine ($23.95).

Benny's Seafood Restaurant

Though Benny Ojeda's kitchen is packed with a mélange of frying pans, butcher knives, pots, and spatulas, his most treasured tool might be his giant wooden mortar and pestle. It's this massive contraption that the skilled chef uses to make his renowned mofongo dish, a deliciously chewy concoction that was lauded by reporters from Miami New Times and featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives as well as The Best Thing I Ever Ate. Benny fills the tall mortar with fried plantains, garlic, olive oil, and housemade pork rinds, and then pounds the mixture into a fluffy pulp. He scoops his mofongos into wooden bowls, sending them out of the kitchen plain or topped with buttery lobster, crispy chicken, and juicy steak.

Diners eagerly await mofongos out in the colorful dining room, where water trickles down from an elegant stone fountain and walls are painted to resemble a rustic Puerto Rican village or a convincingly disguised space ship. Some sip on imported beers and fresh fruit juices, and others sample traditional dishes from Benny's native Cabo Rojo—dishes such as stewed pork belly, rice with pigeon peas, and seafood ceviche. Before meals are through, waiters offer guests a tiny cup of complimentary coquito, a creamy blend of coconut, rum, and cinnamon.

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