- $32 for $50 worth of food
The seafood at CopperFish is so fresh, the chefs don't entirely know what they'll be serving on any given day—they have to wait until they've gotten their haul from the local fishermen. Of course, there are a few things you can almost always count on: the lobsters are flown in daily from Maine, then served in preparations as varied as "angry" lobster roasted in spicy paprika butter and lobster rolls with traditional herb dressing. And the star of the show might just be the oyster bar, where guests can choose from East and West Coast oysters on ice or several cooked varieties. But this isn't strictly a seafood operation—customers will also find steaks, cut by hand, not by paper cutter, and fired over a hardwood grill. In fact, the grill is one of the things the Tampa Bay Times raved about when they ranked CopperFish in their Top 10 Restaurants of 2014—, calling out everything from the "beguiling wood-smoke scent" to the "contemporary good looks" of the dining room and patio, to the "ingredient-forward dishes in spare but sophisticated presentations".