5 satisfying Miami seafood spots to dive into
We’re fortunate to be living in the melting pot that is Miami. Just about any type of cuisine is readily available. Latin food, Italian food, Mexican food … you name it, we’ve got it. But one type of food that doesn’t get enough love is seafood. Most restaurants do offer seafood options, but to find local menus that specialize in the ocean’s most sublime culinary offerings, you have to know where to look.
One place to start: the Loews Miami Beach Hotel, home to Lure Fishbar (1601 Collins Ave., 305.695.4550). The South Beach institution is known for its expansive menu that includes … well, everything but the kitchen sink. Start your meal with a delicious New England clam chowder or fluke crudo, then work your way into hefty mains like slow-baked halibut, sea urchin bucatini and steamed red snapper. If you somehow still have room, a side of lobster mac won’t hurt. The exquisite menu is complemented with nautical-themed drinks like the vodka-based Anchor and mezcal-heavy Life Boat.
Read the full story in The Miami Times.