Kush Coconut Grove is yet another member of the Kush family - but instead of land animals, it’s mostly about seafood here. The best time to check this place out is during Happy Hour when you can get pretty cheap beer discounted dishes like oysters and the very good fried snapper scraps - which taste like snapper doing an excellent impression of buffalo wings. Brunch here is also a good call and includes some lighter things like avocado toast and a few excuses to just eat dessert in the morning, like homemade Pop-Tarts and butterscotch banana pecan french toast. Either way, sit outside if the weather gods allow it.
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Monty’s Raw Bar
Monty’s in Coconut Grove feels like a Key West raw bar, minus the annoying drive. Come here for the views, but don’t expect the city’s best seafood.
Strada In The Grove
Strada is a below-average Italian restaurant in Coconut Grove that’s too expensive and not good for much.
Vicky’s is a little ’80s-themed milkshake shop in Coconut Grove that serves some pretty insane shakes and has beer in a washing machine.
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The Fish House
Fish House is a South Miami seafood restaurant with a huge menu and weekly live music.
Shuckers Bar and Grill
Shuckers is a casual waterfront restaurant in North Beach where you can get decent seafood with a more-than-decent view.
The Shores is a seafood vendor inside The Citadel. Everything here is good, especially the fried oyster sandwich.
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Shore To Door Fish Market
Shore To Door in Coconut Grove serves fresh fish on the weekends. Their backyard is our favorite place in the whole city to eat seafood.
Navé is an upscale seafood spot in Coconut Grove with a great raw bar, pasta, and more very good seafood dishes.
Glass and Vine
Glass and Vine is a Latin fusion restaurant on the edge of a park in Coconut Grove, and you should definitely sit outside.
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