Boss Cow is a small Brickell restaurant specializing in seafood. They have raw bar standards like oysters, clams, stone crab, and shrimp cocktail, along with more seafood options, including rolls (crab, lobster, and shrimp), a tasty crab omelette over rice, and ramen with your choice of lobster, crab, clams, or oysters. The food’s solid - all good enough to confidently bring a date or coworkers you’re trying to impress. But what we really like about this place is that it’s fun - not too stuffy or formal like most Brickell restaurants. They have indoor, bar, and outdoor seating, and the dining room is covered in neon signs and simple white tiles that kind of make this place feel like a secret room inside a subway station.
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B Bistro + Bakery
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Verde at Pérez Art Museum Miami
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