May 2019: Just like the catch of the day, this feature is fresh. Chef José Andrés's Bazaar Mar closed in April, but we have two worthy replacements for fish fiends. For delicious Japanese-inspired seafood, snag a reservation at Novikov, an import from across the pond. Then there's Salt & Brine, a delightful new raw bar shucking oysters inside Time Out Market Miami. Make time to check out both newbies this month.
Choosing the best seafood restaurants in Miami—a city surrounded by, well, sea—is no easy task. It’s a seafood-lover’s utopia, from the exceptional raw bars you’ll find in South Beach and the oyster hangouts that have popped up in nabes like Little Havana and Coconut Grove to the expertly prepared shellfish served at a number of Downtown Miami eateries. After working up an appetite exploring the best Miami attractions, make a reservation at one of the best seafood restaurants in Miami, where you'll feast on stone crabs, oysters, conch fritters and, of course, lobster.
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