My dad and I recently had the pleasure of visiting the South Florida Seafood Festival, which takes place at the start of stone crab season every year in our hometown of Miami. So, come along with us as we have a seafood extravaganza at the South Florida Seafood Festival in Miami, Florida!
My dad and I spent an incredible afternoon sampling the incredible seafood at the South Florida Seafood Festival, which features over forty vendors and aims to be a celebration of family and south Florida culture. Everything we ate was fresh, succulent, and absolutely delicious! Here is a complete list of all the dishes my dad and I tried, as well as the booths and food trucks we got them from:
-Fried Conch (The Conch Shell)
-Lobster Macaroni & Cheese (Mobsta Lobsta)
-New England Style Lobster Roll (Mobsta Lobsta)
-Drizzled Lobster Roll (Red Zeppelin)
-Conch Salad Ceviche (Zubi Fish House)
-Bacalao Fritters (Zubi Fish House)
-Crab Cakes (Zubi Fish House)
-Raw Oysters (Casablanca Seafood Bar & Grill)
-Stone Crabs (Casablanca Seafood Bar & Grill)
Wow! By the time my dad and I left the festival, we were both ready to pop! From the mouthwatering lobster rolls to the refreshing conch salad ceviche to the tender and succulent raw oysters, as well as the lobster mac & cheese, we had a field day! I also loved the stone crabs, even though struggling to get to the meat can be a little frustrating. But there’s so much variety that there’s literally something for everyone there. As a result, this is, without a doubt, the best event in South Florida for seafood lovers.
So, if you ever find yourself in Miami during the third week of October, you have to check out the South Florida Seafood Festival. The food is to die for! What’s your favorite kind of seafood? Let me know in the comments below!
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