When avid anglers and boating enthusiasts Melvyn & Rebecca Franks decided to launch their own restaurant, the one thing they knew was that superior seafood would be the main lure. And it is. Complementing the extensive menu offerings, Fish Fish features a centerpiece retail Seafood Market on site that offers premium, wild-caught seafood straight from their eye-catching ice displays to your table — from Maine lobster, Canadian oysters and English dover sole to giant grouper, zebra-striped lionfish, silvery hogfish, yellowtail snapper, gray-blue branzino and everything in between. Whatever fish you decide to feast on, make sure to order it whole and extra crispy. Their specialty drinks are also worth a try, even if to just hear yourself utter one of the clever names on the cocktail menu. Stop in for their daily happy hour with tons of bar specials and stay for dinner — just make sure to leave room for dessert; 13488 Biscayne Blvd.; 786.732.3124; FishFishMiami.com.
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