Miami is home to many delicious seafood restaurants. This city has some of the finest fish we’ve ever had. Now it’s your turn. Here are 13 places that will satisfy your seafood cravings.
1. STILTSVILLE FISH BAR
This nautical concept was created by Top Chef Vets Jeff McInnis & Janine Booth who have made this a favorite spot for fresh seafood in Miami. Enjoy the whole yellowtail snapper, chilled watermelon, pickles and crispy whitefish on our patio while we watch the sunset.
1787 Purdy Avenue. Miami Beach, or 786-401-55254
2. AZABU MIAMI BLUE
You won’t find a better place to enjoy Michelin-starred Japanese cuisine by the sea, than Azabu Miami Beach. Azabu Miami Beach offers amazing fish (think salmon). Tataki With a view of Lake Michigan, you can enjoy miso black cod, spicy tuna crispy rice and miso black cod. You should reserve your table on the restaurant’s patio at least 24 hours in advance. You can’t get a reservation? You don’t have to worry, pick-up is now available at the restaurant.
161 Ocean Dr. Miami Beach, or 786-276-0520
This Lincoln Road restaurant is known for serving some of the finest seafood in Miami. Enjoy the stunning views of South Beach as you eat seared tuna with caramelized onions, avocado, king crab rice or pan-seared Salmon. Can’t decide? The seafood pasta includes shrimp, scallops, octopus, and calamari. Serve your plate with tricolor quinoa. It’s just as delicious as it is beautiful.
1111 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, or 305-763-88272
4. RUSTY ELICAN
It’s obvious that we are including the restaurant that has existed since before our time. Rusty Pelican: We love your seafood-driven menu and the amazing view of the Miami skyline. Stop by next time you are in the area to try the Chilean sea bass with smoked sweet potato mash and the sunflower seed-crusted Halibut with Peruvian green peppers.
3201 Rickenbacker Road, Key Biscayne (305-361-3818
5. MY CEVICHE
My Ceviche is a great place to enjoy seafood if you love it. You can choose from fresh-caught fish, then add coconut jasmine or cilantro quinoa, and a sauce like aji Amarillo or rocoto or Tradicional (a mixture of lime juice, avocado, and tomato). This is the largest and most delicious bowl you can find. We promise the best vegetables you will ever eat.
Seaspice’s beautiful patio overlooking the Miami River is our favorite way to indulge in fresh fish. As you sip a glass of wine or enjoy super fresh seafood, you’ll be in a prime spot to see mega yachts cruising down the downtown waterfront.
422 NW North River Dr. Miami or 305-440-4200
7. WABI SABI BY SHUJI
This fast-casual sushi restaurant is headed by Shuji Hiyakawa. It serves delicious tuna and avocado bowls and cold-pressed juices with matcha mochi and yuzu.
851 NE 79th St. Miami or 305-890-7224
8. GARCIA'S SEAFOOD GRILLE & FISH MARKET
This traditional Miami fish market has a fleet of fishing boats that catch fresh seafood every day and deliver it right to your table. Garcia has been in business since 1966. His casual atmosphere and top-quality fish make it the ideal spot for a casual, authentic Miami meal. The classic Mahi sandwich, the smoky fish dip, and the massive claws are all great options.
398 NW N. River Dr. Miami, or 305-375-765
9. CHE 105
Popular Peruvian restaurant on South Beach serves a variety of ceviche as well as a large selection of seafood dishes. You may feel overwhelmed by the large menu. But you can still enjoy everything on the menu. This restaurant is a success story. It has expanded to include Lincoln Road, Aventura, Downtown, and Dadeland Mall.
10. ESTIATORIO MILOS
One of Miami’s most enduring, longest-running businesses Mediterranean seafood Milos restaurants are always a good idea. There are many locations worldwide (Athens Montreal London), but we love our local outpost because it is right on the coast, has a great dining room, and the food is excellent. Choose your favorite fish, fresh from the ocean, and have it fried, grilled, or served as tartare. Served with a Greek salad and side of potatoes.
730 First St. Miami Beach, or 305-604-6800
11. JOE’S STONE CRAB
Joe’s Stone Crab is the father of Miami fish restaurants. This legendary spot has been the best place to eat huge crustaceans family-style for more than 100 years. You’ll also find delicious fried chicken and key lime pie.
11 Washington Ave. Miami, or 305-6733-0365
A visit to the St. Regis Bal Harbour is a must, especially when it offers the best fish and authentic Greek food in Miami. Its ingredients are sourced from local suppliers. Seafood From local waters And There is a Greek fish market at Athens so that you can enjoy the best of both. We’re giving you the best of both worlds by offering champagne salt-crusted branzino as well as lobster linguine.
9703 Collins Ave. Bal Harbour or 305-993-3300
We’ll take one each of the following: 12 oysters, smoked fish dip, pickled cherry peppers and lobster deviled eggs, crispy skin snapper, and 12 oysters. This Miami mainstay restaurant is a top choice for fresh seafood. The best part? All of this can be ordered as takeout.
210 Ne 18th St., Miami (305-374-4635)