Captain's Tavern

Captain's Tavern

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9621 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami, FL 33156

Despite the dingy exterior and the interior’s dated and tacky ship-related décor, Captain’s Tavern serves some of the freshest seafood in South Miami. The popular family-friendly eatery is known for its extensive selection of fish, oysters, and lobster; depending on the day, there are usually eight to 10 different types of oysters available, and the majority of their fish is bought whole locally. The reasonably priced wine list has even earned Captain’s recognition by Food & Wine as one of the 50 Great Wine Destinations in America.

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