Dip your tongue into an ocean of tasty, crustaceous dishes at The Fish House, Miami's home for brilliantly prepared seafood. With today's deal, $10 gets you $20 worth of fishalisciousness served in The Fish House's relaxed, nautical dining room.
The Fish House menu is loaded with the bounty of the ocean. Order off the fresh catch-of-the-day menu for mahi-mahi ($14.99), salmon ($14.99), or tilapia ($12.99) prepared to your liking (we recommend cooked) with a choice of two sides. Belly up to the raw bar for a dozen raw oysters on the half shell ($7.99) or steamed clams ($9.99). Don't miss the opportunity to feast on a traditional lobster bake, featuring a one-pound steamed Maine lobster with clams, mussels, oysters, shrimp, red potatoes, and corn on the cob (market price) or a pound of snow crab with scampi butter ($18.99). Get your gubernatorially mandated quotient of starches and veggies with the scallop linguini ($17.99) or the grilled fresh-fish skillet (choice of mahi, salmon, or tilapia) with sautéed onions, green peppers, mushrooms, and scallions ($14.99). The Fish House has solid beer and wine lists to keep your fish dish swimming happily.
Sebastian the Crab wasn't lying when he sang, "The fluke is the duke of soul." Dine to the sounds of live blues; check out the schedule for upcoming performances. The Fish House is located at 10000 Southwest 56th St., Ste. 41, far from the coast, but smack dab in the middle of tastyland.
The Miami New Times raves over the perfectly prepared seafood at The Fish House:
- Made with a minimum of mayonnaise, the dip was surprisingly subtle, livened with a bit of lemon and not overwhelmed by the element that mars most similar spreads: too much smokiness. The Fish House's smooth, delicately tangy spread was unquestionably good enough to make an additional order irresistible. This is one of Miami's best. – Pamela Robin Brandt, Miami New Times
- Great seafood. Friendly and relaxed environment. Excellent service. I LOVE the tuna dips with the saltine crackers, and that is just the beginning. You should try the clam chowder. It is amazing. – emliu, TripAdvisor
- Sitting back in the cozy booths which are referred to as the "ocean view" and enjoying the Sesame Tuna of the Fishermans Rice is a very enjoyable experience. The food is great, the smoked fish dip is wonderful, and most portions are quite good sized. – A TripAdvisor Member
Before you sit down for a heaping plate of fresh seafood, take a moment to observe your surroundings. Take in the decor. Is anything amiss? Locals have observed that in addition to The Fish House, a number of other animal houses have been popping up in the Miami area, and not all may be friendly to man. Beware of the following signs:
If the salmon being served to you is raw and not on a plate, but is instead leaping upstream in an indoor trench, dug with merciless claws to redirect the course of a river: You are in a bear house. Leave as silently as possible, or failing that, try to make yourself look big.
If you are in an intricate atrium leading to innumerable hexagonal chambers, dripping with honey and nectar and vibrating with a tooth-rattling, inescapable collective buzz: You are in a bee house. Begin wildly flailing your limbs and everything will work itself out.
If you are observing the world’s largest collection of homemade Veronica Mars snow globes, and the walls smell strongly of crustacean-taxidermy chemicals: You are in the house of Brad Mashinaw, age 27, of unincorporated Lake Belvedere Estates. Begin flailing your limbs wildly and try to make yourself look big.
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10000 Sw 56th St
Miami, Florida 33173Get Directions