Seafood Restaurants in Port Saint Lucie

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

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

$35.85 $22

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Dinner for Two or Four at Bonefish Willy's Riverfront Grille (Up to 40% Off)

Bonefish Willy's Riverfront Grille

Melbourne

Savor tasty dishes such as stuffed tilapia, snow-crab legs, rib-eye steak, pork, and chicken, while taking in magnificent views

$82 $52

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$22 for $40 Worth of Seafood for Two or More at Seaside Grill

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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Spanish and Cuban Cuisine and Drinks at Mario's Catalina Restaurant. Two Options Available.

Mario’s Catalina Restaurant

Poinsettia Heights

Latin dishes such as red snapper fillet breaded in plantains, mixed seafood in lobster sauce, and empanadas, served with mojitos and sangria

$70 $40

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Lobster Dinners for Two, Four, or Ten at Bistro 1902 (Up to 70% Off)

Bistro 1902

Downtown Hollywood

Diners feast on a seafood spread of lobster bisque, salmon, shrimp pastas, wine, and desserts

$130 $42

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$11 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 $11

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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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Some chefs wake up to a steaming pot of coffee, but Glenn Cockburn?s morning fix is Maine lobster, which arrives at his fish house by 10:30 a.m. each day. Informed by his training at the Culinary Institute of America and more than 35 years in the restaurant business, Glenn steams the elegant crustacean whole to release its natural flavors. He unleashes his talents on other seaborne species as well, blackening yellowfin, grouper, and rainbow trout to form dinners as healthy as a jog through a field of wheatgrass. Non-seafood specialties, such as aged new york strip steak, pair nicely with staples from the wine list, including Don Gascon malbec and Ferrari Carano chardonnay. Guests flock to the outdoor patio on sunny days, where they can enjoy lunches of mahi-mahi tacos and desserts such as key-lime pie with raspberry coulis. Lined with ocean-blue accents and reef-themed tile mosaics, the interior summons daydreams about scuba-diving trips and sojourns at Poseidon?s lake house.

13980 US Highway 1
Juno Beach,
FL
US

Smokehouse Grill's hickory-smoked meats, barbecue, and country food brings to mind the slower times of days gone by. The smell of hickory-smoked ribs, pulled pork, and chicken wafts out of the bustling kitchen, mixing in the air with the complex aromas of Carolina gumbo, buttermilk fried chicken, and cheese grits. Those who can't decide should come for the weekly lunch buffet and fill their plates and hats with as many made-from-scratch entrees as they can carry. Lighter options await at the salad bar, which brims with more than 50 items.

1660 N Indian River Dr.
Sebastian,
FL
US

Aromas of roasted garlic and basil waft from the warm ovens at Cafe Centro as chefs prepare a menu of Northern Italian seafood specialties. Beneath the dining area's rustic timber ceiling, servers deliver plates of fettuccine crowned with lobster and brandy cream sauce or fillets of grilled salmon, yellowtail snapper, and branzino. Other dishes include crusty calzones with soft, melting interiors and housemade desserts such as tiramisu. Wrought-iron chandeliers cast a warm glow over racks of bottles filled with fine wines and rolled parchment notes from the pirate who lives in the cellar.

2409 North Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach,
FL
US

Cooking pasta at home is as simple as pulling noodles out of a box and tossing them in some boiling water. At DeAngelo’s By the Sea, a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award winner in 2013, the process is a bit more complicated. Using all-natural ingredients––water, stone-ground flour, and eggs––chefs extrude pasta through hand-carved bronze dies. They then let the noodles air dry, resulting in an al dente texture that is firm enough to hold sauces but still too delicate to catch a parachuting baby. Penne, spaghetti, linguine, and lasagna dishes anchor the menu, but diners can also get a taste of Italy with more than a dozen specialty pizzas. Like with the pastas, the pizzas epitomize freshness, utilizing such ingredients as San Marzano tomatoes, pure flour from Napoli, and Sicilian sea salt.

5935 S Hwy
Melbourne Beach,
FL
US

Posted up at the dockside tiki bar or dining at one of the tables on the breezy open-air patio, visitors to Bonefish Willy's Riverfront Grille can enjoy a fresh-caught meal and stunning views from one of the highest points of the Indian River. Guests can sit in one of the adirondack chairs and sink their toes into the sand while they sip a cold beer or pi?a coladas and browse the seafood-centric menu. Dinner items include whole Maine lobsters, steaks, chicken, pork, mahi-mahi, or surf 'n' turf platters featuring snow crabs.

2459 Pineapple Ave
Melbourne,
FL
US

There's an art to picking a steak. As the chefs at Prime will tell you, a steak should have just the right amount of marbling, which makes the meat retain tenderness and develop more robust flavors during cooking. That's why father-and-son duo Steven Pellegrino Sr. and Jr. insist that every steak be cut from USDA prime beef. They also insist upon fresh seafood, lining up catches such as sea bass and line-caught swordfish for their chefs to transform into flavorful entrees, as well as a roster of sushi and sashimi.

Outfitted with a supper-club atmosphere, Prime dazzles with its decor as much as its menu. A pianist lights up the ivories nightly, each scale undulating through a posh interior of chandeliers, marble floors, and a martini-centric bar. A dedicated butcher's area lets patrons take a hands-on approach to dining by picking out their own cuts of meat—a favorite feature of Zagat and other delighted reviewers. Premium spirits, cigars, and velvet feedbags can also be brought and stored in Prime's inscribed liquor cabinet for enjoyment throughout the evening.

110 E Atlantic Ave
Delray Beach,
FL
US