46 "Seafood" Restaurants in Miami.
The Globe is a classic Gables spot great for listening to jazz and drinking a martini.
Joe’s Stone Crab is a seafood restaurant in South Beach that’s over 100-years-old. It’s famous for long waits and stone crabs.
Little Havana’s La Camaronera serves great seafood in a casual space. It’s also where you’ll find the incredible pan con minuta sandwich.
La Mar by Gaston Acurio in Brickell Key serves Peruvian food, including a variety of cebiches, and has a great view of the harbor.
Michael’s Genuine is a solid choice for an outdoor brunch or somewhat fancy dinner in the Design District.
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.
Mignonette is a slightly upscale seafood spot on the edge of Downtown where you can find some of the best oysters in town.
Shuckers is a casual waterfront restaurant in North Beach where you can get decent seafood with a more-than-decent view.
Ono Poke is a casual spot in Wynwood that serves surprisingly good poke and lets you build your own bowl.
Stiltsville is an upscale seafood spot in Sunset Harbour where you can have a sit-down meal and eat some pretty good seafood.
Garcia’s is an old-school seafood spot on the Miami River in Downtown that’s casual, but delicious.
NIU Kitchen is a Downtown Catalan spot good for one of the most exciting meals in Miami.
The Spillover is a seafood spot in Coconut Grove with some nice outdoor seating and a good Happy Hour.
Jim and Neesie is a cozy restaurant in Mid-Beach’s Generator hostel with some great cocktails and good food too.