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Five Best Miami Restaurants to Dock and Dine by Miami New Times

Known for its picturesque views, grilled wings, and a wide variety of seafood, the restaurant can accommodate vessels up to 65 feet. Sailors on the go might want to order from the new "Sail Away" menu by calling ahead; a staff member will bring your order directly to the dock, no disembarking necessary. The family-style menu includes the restaurant's "Sandbar Platter," which feeds up to four people and includes 40 grilled wings with a choice of dipping sauce and a Caesar salad or sidewinder fries. Then there's the bikini platter — 16 to 20 beer-steamed shrimp served with cocktail sauce, garden salad, and choice of dressing. Domestic beers are available, as are to-go bottles of wine and liquor. (Boaters receive a free mixer with the purchase of a bottle of liquor.)

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Prism Creative Group : "Our Love Letter To Shuckers"

"You ask a local about Shuckers and there’s a high chance they know about it, reminiscing on their times there with a smile. It might not be highly artisanal or overtly trendy, but that’s not what you want out of the place anyway. In an ocean of over-priced and quickly closed restaurants, Shuckers has stood the test of time with an inimitable chill factor. The boat-friendly joint has survived much over the years, still standing tall for regulars of all ages."
 
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