We don’t mind driving for good food, and the trek to North Miami for Captain Jim’s is totally worth it. This seafood market and restaurant offers a wide array of fresh fish and other delicious selections that will have your taste buds jumping for joy.
When we do Miami Spice, we do our research and scour menus for the best values. But if Lure Fishbar has taught us anything, it’s not to judge a book by its cover. On paper, the Miami Spice offerings at Lure seemed like your standard fare. We were so wrong.
When it comes to Miami Spice, the menu at Red, the Steakhouse South Beach pulls no punches. Chef Peter Vauthy and his team rotate the Spice menu regularly to keep guests on their toes. Through September 30, diners can expect a unique experience during each visit to the steakhouse.
Here are a few reasons we can’t recommend the place enough.
Before walking into La Camaronera Seafood Joint and Fish Market, you need to remember two things. The first: Bring cash. The place does not accept credit cards. The second thing: Don’t tell your cardiologist. This casual eatery is known for its fried … everything.
People love the place — it’s been around for decades. But despite being around for so long, it was just recently that we visited La Camaronera for the first time. It certainly won’t be the last time.
When you think about food in Little Havana, what do you normally think of? Chances are that Cuban cuisine is the first thing that pops into your mind. The neighborhood has no shortage of it, and it’s easy to overlook any newcomers among the mainstays that have been there for years. But if you overlook Sala’o Cuban Bar & Pescaderia, you’re making a huge mistake.