Seafood Restaurants in Allapattah

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

Big Fish

Upper East Side

Colorful entrees such as seafood ragu-risotto and oven-baked branzino paired with chardonnay and dessert

$83 $42

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Seafood Meal with Wine for Two or Four at AltaMare Restaurant (41% Off) 

AltaMare Restaurant

City Center

Daily catches are used in Italian dishes such as house-made fettuccine with ocean rock shrimp and pan-roasted king fish with lemon aioli

$128 $76

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

Kone Restaurant

Flamingo / Lummus

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

$40 $20

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

Tamara Bistro

Miami Beach

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

$83 $50

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

My Ceviche

South Miami

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

$20 $11

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Seafood at Don Camaron Seafood Grill Restaurant (Half Off)

Don Camaron Seafood Grill Restaurant

Hialeah Gardens

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

$30 $15

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

Tali's Crab Shack

Miami Gardens

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

$25 $14

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

Kitchen 305

Sunny Isles Beach

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

$50 $22

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

Anglins Beach Cafe

East Fort Lauderdale

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

$50 $28

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

Seaside Grill

Lighthouse Cove Condo

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

$40 $22

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Seafood and Burgers at Hott Leggz (Up to 52% Off). Four Options Available.

Hott Leggz

Lighthouse Point

Eatery dishes out cuisine such as king crab legs, ahi tuna salad, jamaican jerk wings, peppered egg and bacon burgers, and gator po' boys

$20 $11

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Dubbed "Miami's King Crab" by Bloomberg Businessweek, Roger Duarte left a career as an investment banker to reap an even better bounty: South Florida's plentiful supply of one of his most beloved foods, stone crab claws. After Duarte built George Stone Crab from the ocean floor up, selling a few pounds of claws at a time to his neighbors, the business now delivers fresh claws to homes and businesses throughout the country. Packed in a cooler, each order arrives fresh?claw-crackin' hammer included?within 24 hours of being caught; none of the claws are ever frozen or preserved in concrete before shipping out. Though the team harvests up to 5,000 pounds of claws every day, virtually none of the crabs are ever killed?since stone crabs can regenerate lost claws within a season or two, the crew only removes one claw at a time and releases the crabs back into the water. Customers can procure up to five different sizes of claws from ranging from medium to colossal, as well as George's homemade dipping sauces.

2789 NW 24th St
Miami,
FL
US

About the Chef

Chef Jimmy Carey, the man responsible for all three Jimmy'z Kitchen locations, has worked in five-star hotels and celebrity-owned hot spots. But his own restaurants are the epitome of casual. Diners order from a counter before asking for a to-go bag or grabbing a table for dinner. Don't let the laidback atmosphere fool you, though. Chef Jimmy's food deserves to be taken seriously.

Here's how critics have praised his menu.

  • The bolitas de queso "were so delectable I resented having to share them," Lee Klein wrote in the Miami New Times in April 2011. "This is the kind of place you can hardly wait to recommend to your friends."
  • The same publication also said the restaurant had the best mofongo in Miami in 2009.
  • Speaking of superlatives, Zagat chose Jimmy'z Kitchen as the region's Best Sandwich Restaurant in 2012.
  • Forbes is a fan of the mofongo too, calling it "the real deal?a rich mash of plantains, spices, and a sauce as good as anything I?ve had outside my abuela?s kitchen."
2700 N Miami Ave
Miami,
FL
US

About the Chef

Chef Jimmy Carey, the man responsible for all three Jimmy'z Kitchen locations, has worked in five-star hotels and celebrity-owned hot spots. But his own restaurants are the epitome of casual. Diners order from a counter before asking for a to-go bag or grabbing a table for dinner. Don't let the laidback atmosphere fool you, though. Chef Jimmy's food deserves to be taken seriously.

Here's how critics have praised his menu.

  • The bolitas de queso "were so delectable I resented having to share them," Lee Klein wrote in the Miami New Times in April 2011. "This is the kind of place you can hardly wait to recommend to your friends."
  • The same publication also said the restaurant had the best mofongo in Miami in 2009.
  • Speaking of superlatives, Zagat chose Jimmy'z Kitchen as the region's Best Sandwich Restaurant in 2012.
  • Forbes is a fan of the mofongo too, calling it "the real deal?a rich mash of plantains, spices, and a sauce as good as anything I?ve had outside my abuela?s kitchen."
2700 N Miami Ave
Miami,
FL
US

Some may overlook Salmon and Salmon Restaurant, given its strip mall location and proximity to the always-bustling airport, but it is one of the best places for an authentic Peruvian meal. With cozy quarters and seats for only about 30 people, it is likely that customers will find a wait, but the bread and dipping sauce – a slightly spicy green concoction known as aji – that are served to patrons as soon as they sit down make it easy to forget about the time spent in line. The restaurant is known for its whole fish served either fried or poached with fresh vegetables, and its fish with salsa. It is open for lunch and dinner and does a hefty takeout business.

2907 NW 7th St
Miami,
FL
US

Born in to a family of fishermen in Cuba, the 11 Garcia brothers learned the aquatic trade at an early age. They began immigrating to the United States in the 1960s, working tirelessly for local fishing companies in hopes of one day owning their own business. That dream became a reality in 1966, when the Garcia brothers opened their fish market right on the Miami River. A decade and a few fryers later, they turned their shop into the restaurant it is today.

The mission at Garcia's Seafood Grille & Fish Market has always been, quite simply, to serve fresh seafood. But rather than disguising the eatery as a luxurious timeshare for fish, Garcia's takes a more proactive approach in getting fresh catches through its door: it has its own fleet of fishing boats. That water-to-table method produces popular house specialties, from swordfish and dolphin-fish fillets to grilled lobster and fried jumbo shrimp. Many of the catches come in sandwich form, too, inspiring the Miami New Times to name the restaurant home of the city's best seafood sandwich in 2014.

398 NW North River Dr.
Miami,
FL
US

The lunch menu's star starter is hot and sour popcorn shrimp served with Thai vinaigrette ($9). To whet an evening appetite, the dinner menu offers littleneck clams ($12) and soft shell crab ($13). Main courses, such as locally caught grouper ($24) and mahi ($22), are as fresh as a rapper buried in iceberg lettuce. An Indonesian-influenced skirt steak with shiitakes gets high marks ($22) and can cross other transnational borders with a side of Chinese eggplant with red curry ($7) or faro risotto ($8). For dessert, the difficulty of choosing between the drunken grape parfait ($8) and the blueberry meringue pie ($8) can be mitigated by ordering both or by kidnapping Oompa-Loompas to work in an abandoned chocolate factory.

35 NE 40th St
Miami,
FL
US