South Florida is the best place to experience fresh caught seafood—magnificent views of the Atlantic, mouthwatering sauces poured over the freshest catches.
Life’s a beach at the all new Atlantic Surf Club, which overlooks the ocean in Fort Lauderdale. The laid back yet elegant eatery, which opened this summer, is a picture perfect postcard of the sand and surf.
It’s time to get cracking South Florida as the official start of stone crab season gets underway Tuesday, October 15th.
Chef Shashank Agtey is an award winning master chef in the kitchen at Chatham House Restaurant in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea. He conducts his culinary creations as a one man orchestra, moving with ease and speed describing how more than year ago, under his direction, the restaurant went from serving Italian fare, to a seafood restaurant with Cape Cod flair.
Some of the best smoked fish dip in South Florida can be found at the Buzzard’s Roost, Captain Mike’s, The Fish House, the Islamorada Fish Co. and at your local Publix.
Some of the best places to eat along the water are Anise Taverna, Southport Raw Bar, Rustic Inn Crabhouse, Garcia’s Seafood Grille & Fish Market and Buzzard’s Roost Restaurant.
Joyce Galbut said the white tuna she ordered a few weeks ago at a South Florida restaurant just didn’t taste right. In fact, she doesn’t even think it was tuna.
South Florida is about to get cracking as stone crab season officially opens on Monday, October 15th. But if you can’t wait, one of Miami Beach’s most famous eateries will be serving up the delicious and highly sought after crabs starting Thursday night amid a celebration of 100 years in business.
It’s time to get cracking South Florida as the official start of stone crab season gets underway Monday, October 15th.
The South Florida study by the Oceana Foundation follows a nationwide effort to identify what we’re really eating, make sure we know where it comes from, and make sure it’s as healthy as possible.