Captain's Tavern is a South Miami spot that's been around since the '70s. It's endearingly old school, with lots of dark wood and red tablecloths, and they serve all kinds of seafood dishes - everything from sushi to fried oysters to seafood risotto. Next door to the restaurant is their seafood market, where you can find an equally impressive amount of shellfish, lobster, and pretty much anything else that swims in the Atlantic Ocean and is legal to eat.
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