Kush Coconut Grove is yet another member of the Kush family - but instead of land animals, it’s mostly about seafood here. The best time to check this place out is during Happy Hour when you can get pretty cheap beer discounted dishes like oysters and the very good fried snapper scraps - which taste like snapper doing an excellent impression of buffalo wings. Brunch here is also a good call and includes some lighter things like avocado toast and a few excuses to just eat dessert in the morning, like homemade Pop-Tarts and butterscotch banana pecan french toast. Either way, sit outside if the weather gods allow it.
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Strada In The Grove
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The Original Daily Bread Marketplace
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Shore To Door Fish Market
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Glass and Vine
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