Shuckers is one of the only casual waterfront restaurants in Miami where the prime views don’t come with incessant house music and $300 bottles of rosé whizzing by your head. The food here is what you want in a breezy raw bar - they have good wings and seafood - but the best part of Shuckers is its wide-open view of Biscayne Bay. There are also a ton of TVs, and chance are they’re playing whatever game you want to see.
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