There are two locations of this Greek restaurant (the other is in Coral Gables), but I prefer this one because it’s right on the Intracoastal and has patio dining that overlooks the water. This is a seafood-centric spot, which makes it ideal for platters of charred seafood dressed in nothing more than some olive oil, lemon, and perhaps a sprinkle of herbs. If you feel like eating inside, Sea Grill also has a very elegant dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows so you can still enjoy the excellent view. There’s even a white marble display with the day’s catch right when you walk through the door, which includes local fish like pompano alongside imported seafood from Greece like branzino and Royal Dorado. While this is definitely more of a special occasion place, they do also have a very affordable prix fixe lunch (about $27 for three courses).