Seafood Restaurants in Hallandale Beach

$22 for $50 Worth of New American Cuisine and Drinks at Kitchen 305

Kitchen 305

Sunny Isles Beach

$50 $22

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Seafood-heavy menu includes lobster bruschetta, gourmet flatbreads, and ginger-soy salmon with shitake mushrooms and shrimp dumplings

$14 for $25 Worth of Carryout from Tali's Crab Shack

Tali's Crab Shack

Miami Gardens

$25 $14

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Massive crab feasts include hulking mounds of blue crab tossed in garlic or combos of dungeness and snow crab

$20 for $40 Worth of Seafood and Café Cuisine for Dinner at Oasis Café

Oasis Café

Central Beach

$40 $20

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Gliding picnic tables on the outdoor patio afford ocean views while diners enjoy seafood, sandwiches, and wraps

Seafood at Don Camaron Seafood Grill Restaurant (Half Off)

Don Camaron Seafood Grill Restaurant

Hialeah Gardens

$30 $15

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Fresh local seafood, including Florida lobster and crab when in season, is prepared by knowledgeable chefs

Seafood and Organic Dinner at Anglins Beach Cafe (Up to 44% Off). Two Options Available.

Anglins Beach Cafe

East Fort Lauderdale

$50 $28

(197)

Scallops, jumbo shrimp, sword fIsh, lobster tail, organic green salads, and Nikki Bikini Pies served at threshold of 975-foot pier

Dinner for Two or Four at Tamara Bistro (Up to 43% Off)

Tamara Bistro

Miami Beach

$83 $50

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Dine on French-inspired rustic fare while staring up at a mosaic ceiling or out into an infinity pool

Japanese-Brazilian Cuisine for Two or Four at Kone Restaurant (Up to 51% Off)

Kone Restaurant

Flamingo / Lummus

$40 $20

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Seafood restaurant blends culinary traditions of Japan, Brazil, and Italy with homemade pastas, grilled steaks, and fresh sashimi and sushi

Dine-In or Take-Out Ceviche and Seafood at My Ceviche (Up to 45% Off)

My Ceviche

Miami

$20 $11

Wild-caught seafood served as ceviche, tacos, burritos, or salads; free-range chicken is also available

Seafood Dinner for Two or Four with Antipasti, Entrees, and Dessert at Big Fish (49% Off)

Big Fish

Upper East Side

$83 $42

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Smaller plates such as octopus carpaccio and tuna tartare and colorful entrees such as seafood ragu-risotto and oven-baked branzino

Steaks, Seafood, and Pasta for Dinner at La Patagonia Argentina (Half Off). Two Options Available.

La Patagonia Argentina

Miami

$30 $15

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Skirt steaks, short ribs, and seafood catches of the day served along with housemade pastas

Seafood and Drinks for Two or Four or More at Seaside Grill (Up to 45% Off)

Seaside Grill

Lighthouse Cove Condo

$40 $22

Seafood restaurant blends cold-water lobster tail, half pounds of Alaskan snow crab, and jumbo shrimp scampi

Dinner for Two or Spring Buffet for Six with or without an Open Bar at Deck's Fish Market (Up to 50% Off)

Deck's Fish Market

Cityplace

$145 $73

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Chefs whip up juicy cuts of steak, lobster, plates of fish 'n' chips, sushi maki, surf n' turf dinners, and filets of salmon

$24 for $40 Worth of Seafood, American Food, and Drinks for Dinner for Two or More at Longboards

Longboards

West Palm Beach

$40 $24

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New England–style oysters and lobster rolls complement pulled-pork tacos and tuna tartare at an eatery decorated with longboards

Lunch or Dinner for 2 or 4 or $14 for $22 a Toward Bar Tab at Tin Fish Clematis (Up to 39% Off)

Tin Fish Clematis

West Palm Beach

$35.85 $22

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Bustling seafood joint pairs imaginative twists on seafood staples with beer and specialty cocktails amid an on-the-water ambiance

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Chef Scott Fredel claims that his "true love is the ocean." It was this love that led him to work as a commercial fisherman while still in high school and eventually inspired him to compete in fishing tournaments across Florida. Running the kitchen at Pilar Restaurant & Full Bar, the Miami native combines his passion for seafood with the techniques he learned while attending the Culinary Institute of America. Fredel demonstrates his respect for both influences through simply prepared entrées that flaunt their ocean-fresh flavors while occasionally incorporating elegant Italian and Asian touches. Filets of salmon and yellow-fin tuna can arrive grilled and glazed with pomegranate molasses or shiitake-mushroom vinaigrette (respectively), but not before starters such as flash-fried calamari lay a proper foundation. The menus also feature pan-roasted servings of free-range chicken as well as paella with more seafood than the national aquarium of Atlantis. Capable of seating up to 90 guests, the dining room boasts a relaxed charm that led Hello Miami to call it "the 'Cheers' of North Miami." Recessed ceiling lights illuminate the rich wooden floors and artwork-lined walls while potted dragon plants add a verdant splash of color and an endless backup supply of leafy napkins.

20475 Biscayne Blvd
Aventura,
FL
US

As the sun dips below North Lake, strings of lights bordering Taverna Opa?s patio flicker on, casting a warm glow on the water below. The crepuscular calm lasts only a few moments at Taverna Opa: once night falls, live DJs take to the stage, furnishing belly dancers with a throbbing beat by which to shimmy and undulate. Waiters often lock arms and break into traditional zorba dancing. And, if the night reaches a fever pitch, patrons may smash their plates and toss their napkins in the air. This raucous atmosphere has earned Taverna Opa the spotlight in a slew of media publications. But though revelry is paramount, Taverna Opa doesn?t shirk cuisine: chefs marinate fresh seafood and lamb in fresh herbs and roast them on a wood-fired grill, and bartenders pour Greek wines well-suited for the succulent meats or postmeal Trojan horse christenings.

410 N Ocean Dr
Hollywood,
FL
US

A native of La Mure, France, Chef Laurent Tasic's culinary passion began in his grandmother's farm kitchen, where the young Laurent helped her put together homemade country dishes. After honing his cooking and restaurateur skills in Europe, the French Antilles, and the Cayman Islands, Chef Laurent relocated to Fort Lauderdale, where he draws on his homeland's flavors at two Sage Oyster Bar & Restaurant locations. At his Fort Lauderdale eatery, he expands upon the traditional French countryside dishes of his youth by stuffing onions with veal and provolone, coating roasted duck with honey-raspberry sauce, and filling crepes with wilted spinach and goat cheese. Meals take place on a covered outdoor sidewalk or inside a dining area modeled after a romantic European bistro, where tastings of the restaurant's extensive wine collection and flavored floorboards occur every first and third Tuesday of the month. At his Hollywood location, meanwhile, Chef Laurent focuses on French-seafood preparation, serving oysters baked with roquefort cheese and pizza topped with Maine lobster from the kitchen's brick oven. The ambiance draws upon a similarly romantic aura, with soothing, dramatic lighting that illuminates the artfully arranged plates emerging from the kitchen.

2000 Harrison St
Hollywood,
FL
US

La Cocina Puertorriquena's specialty is mofongo, a traditional Puerto Rican dish made of mashed fried plantains. Chefs use that recipe as a foundation, preparing more than 20 varieties of the dish with chunks or pork, skirt steak, and breaded shrimp. They also showcase a variety of other traditional specialties, including roasted meats and fried whole snapper. On Saturday nights, servers clear away tables to make room for live musicians and dancing until 1 a.m. The restaurant’s walls proudly display the Puerto Rican flag, which should never be nibbled on, despite its mofongo taste.

6742 Pembroke Rd
Pembroke Pines,
FL
US

Ceviche and Grille helps guests expand their palates with a spread of vibrant Peruvian ceviche, steaks, chicken, and fried fish. Much like Picasso’s food period, each dish is a delightful burst of color and flavor, with lime-garnished platters of shrimp ceviche, red sauce drizzled on fried fish fillets with yucas, and yellow Peruvian chili cheese slathered over shredded chicken. As they twirl forks into strands of buttery pasta or dig into strips of Angus beef, guests lounge on the open-air patio with a frosty Peruvian beer or Inca Cola in hand, or nestle into brightly colored booths in the dining room.

14821 Biscayne Blvd
North Miami,
FL
US

When Tropical Acres Steakhouse first opened in 1949, a green palm tree festooned its simple menu of seven steaks, chops, and sandwiches. Today, the Studiale family tops tables with a vast menu of T-bones, porterhouses, strip steaks, and filet mignon seared in a bustling kitchen alongside pork chops and veal cutlets. Chefs ladle sauces whisked with horseradish and dill or lemon and capers over shrimp, scallops, and fillets of fish such as snapper and wild-caught salmon. Dark wood columns and beams encircle the dining room's tufted booths and wall-inlaid tanks filled with colorful fish and treasure chests billowing bubbles of steak sauce. Tropical Acres also caters events from luncheons to weddings with light or formal meals, and it hosts celebrations for up to 250 guests in a refined banquet room.

2500 Griffin Rd
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US