The 5 most wonderful waterfront restaurants

1) Black Point Ocean Grill

There’s nothing like snacking on smoked fish dip and peel-n-eat shrimp after a long day of boating, fishing or other water sports. This marina restaurant welcomes all come-as-you-are customers, and it’ll also cook your catch as long as you’ve cleaned it, and give you two sides to boot for 9,95 dollars per person.

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At: Black Point Marina, 24775 SW 87th Avenue, Homestead

+1 305 258 3918

2) Shuckers Waterfront Grill

This long-running sports bar with dozens of televisions is built on an extensive dock in Biscayne Bay. Grab a platter of special grilled wings, fish tacos or a juicy burger, order some beers, and keep one eye on the game and the other on the sea. Pods of dolphins frequently play in the near distance.

Miami - Shuckers Waterfront Grill

At: Best Western on the Bay Inn & Marina, 1819 79th, North Bay Village

+1 305 866 1570

3) Sea Grill Restaurant

Don your most expensive labels to dine at this lovely Greek restaurant on the Intracoastal. Then order grilled calamari stuffed with feta cheese or jumbo shrimp infused with lemon and oregano. Just be careful to not squirt it on the neighbor’s 50.000-dollar Birkin.

Miami - Sea Grill Restaurant

3913 NE 163rd Street, North Miami Beach

+1 305 945 7555

4) Lightkeepers

Overlooking the coast, this elegantly appointed restaurant offers fare that Executive Chef Raul A. Del Pozo sources from Key West to Central Florida. Try dishes that blaze through the Josper oven, such as the Caribbean spiny lobster tail with garlic confit or the Palmetto Creek pork chop with smoked chorizo and white bean ragout.

At: The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, 455 Grand Bay Drive, Key Biscayne

+1 305 365 4156


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