Chances are if you’ve ever had some guests over that have never been to South Florida, they’ll probably want to dine somewhere by the water should you decide to eat out. Sure, you can choose to go with staples like Smith & Wollensky or Monty’s, but why not spice things up and go for one of those lesser known places that turn out to be hidden gems?
We’ll begin with Boater’s Grill in Key Biscayne. This place is quietly nestled under the lighthouse found at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, but to even know it’s there you’d have to park far from the picnic areas. Formerly a pirate’s hideaway, it is today one of the Magic City’s best kept secrets, appropriately serving seafood.
Explore the Four Ambassadors in Brickell and you’ll eventually discover the curiously named LOL on the Bay. Having a meal here is like hopping in a time machine and going back to the 80s where the intriguing crystal lobby leads to the pool. Try an Argentine dish or some wine and beer selections often available for less than five bucks.
For a romantic evening, check out Palmeiras Beach Club in Coconut Grove’s Grove Isle. Enjoy a meal as the Biscayne Bay waves crash against the rocks. Perhaps the best time to visit is when the sun is bright and shiny. Request a secluded table near the top of the rocks and enjoy the gorgeous bay vistas.
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