July 20, 2013 | By admin |
Miami Beach has its share of glitzy overpriced restaurants, and I am afraid
that Joe’s Stone Crab is one of them. But don’t take my word for it, the place has been featured on several food shows and has been bringing them in since 1913. One of South Beach’s original restaurant’s. Very few have been around as long as Joe’s.
Maybe I’m missing something here or I have been spoiled with great Canadian east coast lobster, or mouth watering seafood that I have experienced while travelling through my parents native Portugal.
Don’t get me wrong I have had some great seafood in southern Florida. In fact for just a fraction of the ticket at Joe’s, I would prefer the seafood soups offered up at the local Whole Foods on Alton road & 10th street. Their lobster bisque, Key’s conch chowder or clam chowder don’t fall short to Joe’s.
Should you decide to be one of the many to visit the historic Joe’s Stone Crab for yourself, they are located at 11 Washington Avenue, in the beautiful South of Fifth (SoFi) neighborhood.