Where else can you enjoy five-star cuisine from 20 of Florida’s most sought after Chefs and eateries in one day? South Beach Seafood Festival restaurants are carefully selected to ensure guests are immersed in the best culinary experience possible!
On Saturday, October 20, 2018, festival gates will open and 10,000 guests will enter a true seafoodie paradise. Our South Beach Seafood Festival restaurants create beachfront pop up cafes with fully functional kitchens. This is not your average food festival; many world-famous Chefs spend the day preparing their most creative seafood dishes fresh for you!
All South Beach Seafood Festival restaurants serve from noon to 7 PM. Available at festival-friendly prices from $5 – $10, restaurants prepare some of their popular menu items, and often make something special just for the festival! Who can forget Dragonfly’s Octopus Lollipops or Joe’s Lobster Cones? You won’t find those in their restaurants – you have to head to South Beach Seafood Week for that!
Learn more about the participating South Beach Seafood Festival restaurants below! You can also visit our Facebook page @sobeseafoodfest for new restaurant announcements.
Zesty tacos & tequila drinks headline the menu at this funky joint with a food truck parked on-site. A favorite of the locals, this spot offers some surprises after dark…if you can find them. Enjoy all of Bodega‘s exciting cuisine and atmoshpere at #SobeSeafood Fest when they bring their brand new air stream to the sand.
Chef Massimo Giannatasio is the mastermind behind Cibo Wine Bar’s mouth-watering cuisine. Cibo Wine Bar South Beach is known as a vibrant South of Fifth hotspot that marries authentic, rustic Italian flare and incredible nightlife. Chef’s Shrimp Fra Diavolo is a must-have festival dish!
Coco Bambu is a seafood restaurant located in an Art Deco renovated historic building at 955 Alton Rd, Miami Beach, FL. Combining traditional and modern cooking techniques to create a unique dining experience and seating up to 450 patrons, Coco Bambu ranks among the best and largest eateries in Florida.
The classic Oyster Bar reimagined in the heart of Little Havana providing sophisticated flavors in a playful atmosphere. They remind guests to “Come as you are dine as you wish!” – perfect for the spirit of #SobeSeafood Fest. Enjoy their one-day-only oyster pit set up right on the sands of South Beach.
For more than 100 years, no visit to Miami has been complete without stopping in at Joe’s Stone Crab. Famous for their fresh stone crab, key lime pie and so much more, Chef Andre Bienvenu and his team bring fan favorites to Sobe Seafood Fest including their festival-famous Lobster Cone!
A sexier, more glamorous take on the traditional steakhouse. The menu offers prime cuts of meat, delicate seafood and produce available and offered on a daily, weekly or seasonal basis under the acute supervision of acclaimed Executive Chef, Sean Brasel. Rustic HQ for cured & smoked heritage-breed pork products, like slab bacon, prosciutto & sausage.
OOH RAW! is a chef-driven, Håfa Adai inspired fast-casual alternative that provides fresh, healthy, and authentic Hawaiian style poké, açaí and raw juices. We donate a portion of every purchase to the Wounded Warrior Project to support veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound, co-incident to their military service.
Known for their raw menu and sushi, Papa’s Raw Bar always brings their A-Game to the South Beach Seafood Festival. Who remembers their take on the traditional chicken and waffles recipe: lobster and waffles? Their seafoodie version was so flavorful and decadent seconds was a must! Be sure to see them on Saturday!
Chef Demetrios Pyliotis didn’t become a Three-Time Chef Showdown Champion for nothing! Founder and Executive Chef of Poseidon Greek Restaurant, he can be found on the sand cooking up authentic greek dishes with a seafood twist. From gyros to octopus, enjoy his fine-dining experience at Sobe Seafood Fest.
Known as the hottest destination for locals, celebrities, and tourists alike, the Rusty Pelican offers eclectic and impressive contemporary American cuisine and the freshest local seafood. With dazzling waterfront views, artfully hand-crafted cocktails, glamorous décor, and top-notch service, you’re in for an unforgettable experience at the Rusty Pelican.
ocated in the heart of the Sunset Harbor neighborhood, Stiltsville Fish Bar features quality seafood by Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth.
Quality seafood & tiki inspired drinks, the restaurant is centered around the glistening view of the harbor and stunning sunsets.
Whether you dine at a table in our dining room, snatch a seat at the bar, or relax and watch the sunset from a hammock chair, Stiltsville Fish Bar is the perfect place for great seafood and a sundowner.
Recognized as one of the best modern Asian restaurants in Miami, Tanuki brings masterfully prepared delicacies originating from all corners of Asia amid the energetic and tropical ambiance of South Beach. With doors open seven days a week, our restaurant offers lunch, dinner, weekend brunch, daily happy hour, and delivery on Miami Beach to all those who wish to immerse themselves in the culinary wonders of the Far East.
We invite you to escape to Truluck’s. A getaway for the senses. Come savor the freshest Crab, direct from our own fisheries. Delight in our fresh-catch seafood menu or prime tender, juicy steaks prepared to perfection. Then complement it all with delicious wines by the glass and bottle.
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