This Palmetto Bay market and restaurant has been operating since 1946, back when South Florida’s biggest demographic was alligators. This place is still going strong today and is a great option whether or not you want to sit down and eat inside a huge tiki hut or get some seafood to eat at home underneath your own tiki hut. (You have a tiki hut? Can we come over some time?) The seafood selection here is pretty huge. Name a Florida fish and they probably have it.
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