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With Jimbo's Place in the wind and the seafood shacks of yore so few and far between, Miami needs a place like Sonia's Seafood Bait & Tackle Restaurant. A fish market, bar, music venue, local's hangout and veritable shack of eccentricities, it's a Flagami mainstay. Diners can pick up fresh catches like red snapper, yellowtail, hogfish, mangrove, calamari, lobsters and langostinos - or sit a spell and get their fish grilled or fried and paired with soups, croquetas, black beans and rice and other classic fare. The atmosphere is lively and festive - particularly during happy hour. Don't be fooled by the divey decor, however, prices aren't rock bottom. Entrees range around $20 to $30, depending on your seafood selection. English speakers will stumble through, as it's all Spanish-speaking, all the time, but "pescado por favor" is simple enough. You want South Florida authenticity - here it is.
There really is no place like Sonia's. It's a neighborhood bar with live Latin music on weekends. It's a fish market with plastic bins of crushed ice filled with fresh red snapper, yellowtail, hogfish, mangrove, calamari, lobsters, langostinos, and whatever else the day's catch might bring. It's a funky, Cuban-style outdoor seafood shack located by a canal at the point where SW Eighth Street edges toward the Everglades. Diners can select the fish they want and have it simply fried or... More »
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