La Mar is a very popular restaurant on the mysterious millionaire island known as Brickell Key. The food is good, but not quite as impressive as the waterfront view, which is the main draw of this place. Still, it's a good formal option for a business meal or dinner with parents. Sit outside and stare at the Brickell skyline while you eat above average ceviche, tasty grilled scallops in a parmesan foam, and other Peruvian dishes that tend to involve seafood.
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