Seafood Restaurants in Miami Beach

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

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

Big Fish

Upper East Side

$83 $42

(12)

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

(186)

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

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

Kitchen 305

Sunny Isles Beach

$50 $22

(307)

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

$45 for a Three-Course Lobster Dinner for Two at Bistro 1902 ($102 Value)

Bistro 1902

Downtown Hollywood

$102 $45

(208)

Pairs dine on lobster bisque, lobster cakes, and surf and turf inside this charming French restaurant

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

Oasis Café

Central Beach

$40 $20

(345)

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

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

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

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On a white tablecloth, bright red slices of tuna steal glances from everyone in the vicinity before a plate of king crab legs arrives to take over the show. Kone takes its culinary inspiration from the food of the Japanese immigrant community in Rio de Janeiro, resulting a seafood-driven menu that fuses colors, flavors, and ingredients from distant points of the globe. A typical meal here might open with lobster tempura maki or Gulf oysters served fresh on the half-shell. But it's hard to ignore the lengthy list of housemade pastas, from classic lasagna to gnocchi bolognese. As they dine on the open-air patio, diners mingle over mojitos and wine, taking in the surrounding ambiance of Espanola Way's palm-lined streets, the restaurant's charming cafe-style facade, and the distant wail of jealous seagulls.

445 Espanola Way
Miami Beach,
FL
US

The historic Plaza de España in the heart of South Beach may be a slightly trendier spot now than it once was, but Flame Caffe & Grill combines the area's modern allure with the neighborhood's inviting past. According to Miami New Times, the eatery "brings casual elegance reminiscent of the old days of Lincoln Road when little cafés that peppered the sidewalk were places to chill with friends." Although local, wild-caught seafood may be the star on the menu, these fresh catches appear in dishes that draw inspiration from cuisines throughout the world. New Orleans–style seafood gumbo and smoked Kansas-style barbecue ribs demonstrate the chefs' commitment to familiar American classics. The rest of the menu includes options with international roots, such as salmon ceviche and pan-seared yellowfin-tuna steak with ginger-soy glaze and wasabi mashed potatoes. The dining room's concrete floors and stark-white chairs embrace an industrial-chic aesthetic befitting the neighborhood's trendy vibe. However, Flame Caffe & Grill's outdoor section gives guests the timeless indulgence of alfresco dining beneath a canopy of leafy green plants, sun umbrellas, and awnings.

447 Espanola Way
Miami Beach,
FL
US

In addition to saying AltaMare has “the freshest fish in town,” South Beach Magazine, praised owner Claudio Gordano for creating a “menu that showcases the best catches from local fishing boats intermingled with classic Italian dishes.” Diners can watch every step of the preparation process, thanks to the restaurant’s open kitchen, where chefs batter local yellow-eye snapper and blanket it with cucumber crème fraîche, or lightly sear wahoo before plating it with baby artichokes and arugula.

Not to be outdone by the entrees, many of the desserts are creative takes on classic dishes: a “ceviche” swaps seafood for a mélange of tropical fruits swimming in citrus dressing, and the deconstructed tiramisu combines mascarpone mousse, ladyfingers, and shots of espresso and Bailey’s.

1233 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach,
FL
US

When sitting on the umbrella-shaded patio of CJ's Crab Shack, it is easy to get lost in the beach scene. Situated across the street from Lummus Park and a hop, skip, and a tumble from the ocean, the patio is a great place to relax with a frozen drink and one of the house's signature surf 'n' turf meals. Dishes include juicy steaks with shrimp tossed in garlic or Cajun sauce or glistening snow-crab legs.

600 Ocean Dr
Miami Beach,
FL
US

Though it's one of the more popular menu items at Catch of the Day, the only constant on the Catch's fish sandwich is a layer of grilled onions. Otherwise, its contents shift based on the kitchen's supply of fresh fish and the guest's preparation preference: grilled, blackened, or fried. This unpredictable dish sits beside shrimp wraps and Black Angus burgers on the seafood restaurant's expansive menu. The pages also gather shellfish, fillets, pastas, steaks, and housemade soups along with internationally inspired dishes such as paella and ceviche.

At both locations, Catch of the Day's atmosphere matches its oceanic eats. Nautical decor spread throughout the space includes underwater murals, hanging lifesavers, Captain Nemo, and suspended models of swimming fish. Happy hour unleashes a slew of specials at the bar, and live entertainment frequently sets meals against a musical backdrop.

11401 NW 12th St
Miami,
FL
US

Tutto's Mare chef Juca Oliveira draws on his own life experiences to craft his menu of international fusion cuisine. Inspired by his childhood in Brazil, he crafts escondidinho de camarão—shrimp creole layered with yucca mash and baked in a wood-burning oven. Drawing on his Italian culinary training, he simmers classic pastas such as al dente black linguine and gnocchi with wine-mushroom sauce. From the cosmopolitan culture of Miami—his home for more than 20 years—he borrows still more eclectic tastes, from Japanese miso to Peruvian spices. He also gathers seafood, fresh fish, and Cordon Bleu–trained mermaid sous chefs fresh from the ocean.

A thick white column supports the high ceiling of Tutto Mare's bright and airy dining room, filled with sleek black tables or cream-colored banquettes. Patrons may also opt to sit at additional outdoor tables or stay inside to pluck utensils from the food-themed graphic art on the walls.

2525 SW 3rd Ave
Miami,
FL
US