Ten Best Seafood Restaurants in Broward and Palm Beach Counties
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Boca's City Fish Market is one of two City Fish Markets of the Atlanta-based Buckhead Life Restaurant Group and one of the group's 12 upscale eateries in Georgia and South Florida -- the equally appealing Chops Lobster Bar and Lobster Bar Sea Grille are also on its roster. While that might make it sound like a dreaded chain restaurant, let your taste-buds do the debating for you here. With around a dozen fishes prepared however you like, a nice selection of oysters and raw bar items, and composed dishes like the Hong Kong Combo ($29.95) with steamed Chilean sea bass and Atlantic salmon with sherry soy, spinach, ginger, and sticky rice and pecan crusted salmon trout ($23.50) with bourbon honey butter, whipped sweet potato, and steamed broccoli, you'll have a hard time arguing against eating here.
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3. 3030 Ocean
Long hailed as one of the best places for seafood in Fort Lauderdale, 3030 Ocean has racked up numerous accolades. Over the years, New Times alone has awarded it everything from Best Chef - 2009 to Best Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale - 2006. Known for its clean, modern American approach, the restaurant offers light seafood and meats prepared in a manner that respects and highlights individual ingredients -- whether it be locally caught grouper, or farm-fresh veggies. In 2013 the restaurant lost its founder Dean James Max; however, his pupil, Paula DaSilva -- the restaurant's recipient for Best Celebrity Chef - 2009 -- is back, bringing with her some new albeit consistent takes on Max's fresh seafood preparations.
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