La Mar is a very popular restaurant on the mysterious millionaire island known as Brickell Key. The food is good but you won’t remember it for very long once you leave the table. But the waterfront view - the main draw of this place - you will be thinking about for a while. Sit outside and stare at the Brickell skyline while you eat above average ceviche, tasty grilled scallops in a parmesan foam, and other Peruvian dishes that tend to involve seafood - but are never quite as satisfying as the view.
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