Before restaurants, the only way to get seafood was to harpoon the ocean's floating plates of shrimp scampi. Nab a tasty haul with today's Groupon to Catch 10 Seafood Bistro in Miami Beach. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get dinner for two (up to a $73 total value), which includes the following:
- One appetizer (up to a $13 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $36 value)
- Two glasses of wine (up to a $24 value)
- For $65, you get dinner for four (up to a $146 total value), which includes the following:
- Two appetizers (up to a $26 value)
- Four entrees (up to a $72 value)
- Four glasses of wine (up to a $48 value)
Striped booths bedeck Catch 10 Seafood Bistro's cozy home—the historical Coral House built in 1922. There, chef Robert Berryman whisks French and Latin American influences into his dinner menu, which sates appetites with starters such as guacamole-topped green plantains stuffed with blackened, seared tuna. Appetizer seekers can also collect a plate's worth of sautéed sea scallops and pineapple chunks shimmering in a balsamic glaze. Tabasco-garlic-butter sauce adorns garlic-shrimp scampi's coiffed angel hair, and grilled chicken breast takes a break from answering tough questions to join arugula salad and pecorino cheese. Beer-battered onion rings or french fries accompany two kebabs threaded with snapper, vegetables, or beef.
The Coral House, located in the center of the Wyndham Garden Hotel Miami South Beach, has been a landmark since it was built by one of Miami Beach's founders, Henri Levy, in the early 20th century. It maintains a charm reminiscent of a Key West cottage with its courtyard dining area full of palm trees, colorful flowers, and vacationing yetis.
Catch 10 Seafood Bistro
A cobblestone path leads through a courtyard of leafy green palm trees to the Key West–style façade of Catch 10 Seafood Bistro. Built in 1922 for Henri Levy—one of Miami Beach's developers—and restored in 2006 to its original condition, the recognized historic landmark was revived as a seafood bistro. Aromas of fish frying in pools of golden oil alongside hand-cut fries and calamari waft lazily out of the kitchen and across glossy hardwood floors. Yellow, red, and purple striped booths lean against matching green- and coral-hued walls, and a 50-inch flat-screen TV looks out over bar-goers sipping martinis and margaritas.