Since 1966, this spot has been the best place to eat on the Miami River - where you can watch yachts and old-school fishing boats drift by over the course of lunch or dinner. It’s still a good choice because it’s delicious, simple, and wonderfully unpretentious. Start with some fried shellfish, listen closely to the daily specials, and if it’s stone crab season, you know what to do.
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If you’re trying to eat outside and stare at the water, head to one of these spots.
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Pubbelly Sushi is a fun spot in Sunset Harbour that’s good for sharing some sushi and small plates.
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