Casablanca is a seafood restaurant right on the Miami River. The seafood is decent (though not as good as its neighbor, Garcia’s), but they have a lot of tables with a pretty waterfront view. Casablanca does the job for Happy Hour too if your main priority is to eat by the water. Just know that the oysters, clams, and fish are going to be about 60% better next door.
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