Top 5 Seafood in Miami: The Oceanaire Seafood Room, Joe’s Stone Crab, Milo’s, Garcia’s Seafood GrillE & Fish Market

Joe’s Stone Crab
11 Washington Avenue

This iconic seafood restaurant, situated in the heart of South Beach, is best known for its Stone Crab catch, of course, but don’t overlook the rest of the seafood options on the menu. The Jumbo Lumb Crab Cakes, Ginger Salmon and Shrimp De Jonghe are equally delightful.

The Oceanaire Seafood Room
900 South Miami Avenue

This acclaimed chain restaurant, with over ten outposts nationwide, is renowned throughout the country for serving sustainably caught, seasonal seafood cuisine. The daily-printed menu focuses on simplicity, letting the catch of the day speak for itself. Some of classic items on the menu include the Shrimp Scampi, Chesapeake Bay-style Crab Cakes and the “Fin and Shell” Fish Stew; all of which are an absolute must-try.

730 First Street

With a motto of “why interfere with what nature has already mastered,” the Milo’s method is simple. The new SoBe restaurant finds the best quality ingredients from around the world and brings them into their kitchen; serving unparalleled Mediterranean- inspired cuisine. Some of the best items on the menu include the Charred Octopus and the Bigeye Tuna Tartare.

Garcia’s Seafood GrillE & Fish Market
398 NW North River Drive

With over 20 years in business, this Miami staple is located on the Miami River, providing views and fare that will satisfy the eye and palate. With their very own fleet of fishing boats, Garcia’s is undoubtedly the destination to find the freshest catch in Miami. Garcia’s swordfish is top notch, and the grilled lobster is by far the freshest you’ve ever tasted.

The Dutch
2201 Collins Avenue

This über-cool restaurant located inside one of the hautest hotels on South Beach, The W, boasts an array of stellar seafood offerings from its very own Oyster Room. Next time you’re looking for a creative fish dish, stop into The Dutch and try their acclaimed Oyster Burger or the Crispy Branzino. You can thank us later.