Last Updated May 07, 2018
Why We Love It: What was once a hideaway cove for pirates, smugglers and wreckers has become one of South Florida’s favorite word-of-mouth secrets. Arrive by boat, bike or four wheels to this secluded location inside Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. You’ll find a laidback atmosphere and super fresh seafood including locally caught snapper (whole fried is the way to go), a variety of paellas, and homemade ceviche, all with a slight Latin accent owing to sides such as fried plantains, beans and rice. You’ll also be met with extraordinary views of the sunset.
Oceanfront, Seafood, Cuban • $$ • 305.361.0080