A Miami tradition for more than 60 years, this family-run place is known for its world-famous fried shrimp, fried chicken, catfish fingers and collard greens. Sure, it’s located in what locals call the "ghetto," but it’s open 24/7 and worth slumming it. And there’s history here too: Jumbo’s was the first restaurant in Miami to integrate in 1966 and the first to hire African American employees in 1967.
|Venue name:||Jumbo's (CLOSED)||Contact:|
7501 NW 7th Ave
|Cross street:||at NW 75th St|
|Opening hours:||24hrs daily|
|Price:||Main courses $5-$17|