Fresh seafood is a way of life in Miami, from fish tacos on South Beach to shrimp enchiladas in Little Havana. Gather together some friends and visit one of the most reputable restaurants in Miami for crab and seafood. Since they don’t accept reservations, arrive right as they open to avoid a long wait. Dressed in a suit, the maître d’ will lead you to the tables as you admire the fountain in the atrium and sepia toned photographs. Your waiter (who’s probably worked there for over 20 years) will chat with you like you’re all old friends. Meanwhile your buddies will banter back and forth over who gets the last slice of the hearty brown bread while they bet on who’ll have the best crab cracking skills. Take advantage of a great photo opportunity and ask the waiter to snap a picture of your group in those hilarious plastic bibs. Save room for the end of your meal and believe the hype surrounding their Key Lime Pie; it really is that good!