Seafood Restaurants in Vero Beach

Dinner for Two or Four at Captain Katanna's (Up to 37% Off)

Captain Katanna's

River Front Melbourne

Dig into a hearty pasta, new york strip, or habanero-citrus-glazed grouper at this waterside eatery with an open-air tiki bar

$51.85 $34

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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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Southern-Style Seafood for Two or Four at Black's Fish House Grill (Up to 50% Off).Groupon Reservation Required.

Black's Fish House Grill

Satellite Beach

Restaurant offers made-from-scratch side dishes, classic and contemporary Southern-style seafood entrees, and house-made desserts

$40 $21

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Seafood and Sushi at Carmine's Original Ocean Grill & Sushi Bar (Up to 55% Off). Two Options Available.

Carmine's Original Ocean Grill & Sushi Bar

Palm Beach Gardens

Yellowtail snapper francese, Maine lobster sushi rolls, and tender filet mignon seared on a robata grill

$50 $25

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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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Oysters, Clams, and Jumbo Shrimp Meal at Little New Orleans Kitchen & Oyster Bar (Up to 50% Off)

LIttle New Orleans Kitchen & Oyster Bar

Cypress Park

Indulge in a seafood feast with Blue Point oysters, Cherry Stone clams, and pounds of jumbo shrimp

$94.35 $49

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Seafood and American Cuisine For Two or More at Lunch or Carry-Out at JFD's Seafood House (Up to 45% Off)

JFD's Seafood House

Downtown Bartow

Laid-back seafood spot promises oysters, crab cake baskets, mahi mahi tacos, and non-fish options including pasta, barbecue, and burgers

$20 $11

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At the end of a pier in Sebastian and along the waterfront in Melbourne, Squid Lips sates appetites for seafood and views of the ocean or Indian River Lagoon. At the Sebastian eatery, the kitchen team at each location grills everything over a taste-infusing oak-wood fire, including Cajun bacon-wrapped sea scallops and flounder stuffed with lobster and crab meat. As boats and buoys bob in the nearby water, guests can enjoy seafood enchiladas and a bar replete with a variety of fancy drinks.

At the Melbourne eatery, the staff also welcomes guests to enjoy delectable sea fare while wriggling toes in the sand or dining on the patio beachside. There's even a raw bar, where guests sample oysters, clams, and peel-and-eat shrimp. With nearly all senses attended to, they complete the experience with live-music sound waves that pierce the air nightly in Melbourne and on weekends in Sebastian.

1660 N Indian River Dr.
Sebastian,
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

With fish selections as varied as baked stuffed haddock and the Boston Big Boy?a fried-fish sandwich layered with coleslaw, french fries, and cheese?seafood certainly earned its place in this restaurant's name. But maybe an even bigger presence than the Big Boy are the restaurant's signature roast-beef sandwiches, which are piled high with medium-rare roast beef sliced to order. Dinner entrees include top sirloin and 1.5-pound Maine lobster, though seafood is also a mainstay in the restaurant's breakfast dishes like crab-meat benedicts.

5590 N Atlantic Ave
Cocoa Beach,
FL
US

Stretching itself across an 800-foot pier and inside five distinct restaurants, the 20th Annual Rockin' the Dock New Year's Eve Party welcomes revelers of all ages to its festive environs. Four live bands perform toe-tapping ditties for merrymakers, and each space boasts televisions screening celebrations from around the world and the earth's surprisingly raucous core. Enjoy sips of champagne during the midnight toast, then spin under balloon drops, multihued confetti, and the ocean breeze whistling through noisemakers.

401 Meade Ave
Cocoa Beach,
FL
US

James Stadler grew up in Maryland, going to school during the week and working in local seafood eateries on evenings and weekends. One summer, more than 40 years ago, he took a spring break vacation with school mates to Cocoa Beach, and immediately decided it was the place for him to be. It took him a few decades to make his way down, mostly because of traffic in Atlanta. But when he arrived, James set about opening his very own restaurant by the sea. He called his diner Paradise Cove, and in it he combined the Northeastern seafood he so loved with steaks, sandwiches, and a bit of Floridian flavor.

James curates an extensive menu, from which he particularly recommends the Maryland-style crab cakes, a specialty of his that he learned to make in his youth. Of course, he makes many dishes that incorporate more local, tropical flavors, such as the jumbo shrimp grilled on sugar cane skewers. Whatever his guests have a hankering for, he ensures that their appetite for live entertainment is satisfied with nightly events, including karaoke and performances by local musician Brian Blatz with the nearby ocean on percussion.

315 W Cocoa Beach Cswy
Cocoa Beach,
FL
US