This Coral Gables market is lined with various types of seafood lying patiently on beds of ice. They have your typical Florida snapper selection as well as different options like yellowfin tuna loin, branzino, grouper, and more. Point to any of it and they'll be happy to bag it up for you. But they also have a kitchen and will cook your choice of fish (for $2 a pound) or other seafood (for $4 a pound) to your liking. They have other menu items like lobster croquetas, conch fritters, and a minuta sandwich too.
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