The more casual conjoined twin to South Beach’s famous, 100-plus-year-old Joe’s Stone Crab serves the same stuff you’ll find in the fancy dining room next door. Except there’s no dress code here and you won’t have to wait nearly as long for your food. Get some stone crabs if they’re in season and you want them bad enough to spend $12 per claw. Otherwise, the fried chicken is less than $10 and really good with a side of Joe’s hash browns. Just remember that this place closes for a couple of months in the summer, so make sure to check the website to see if they’re open before you go.
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