Nothing beats a fish sandwich, and South Florida does it better than anyone anywhere. Typically, restaurants around these parts promote the locally caught mahi sandwich -- AKA dolphin (fish, not Flipper) -- and places like Food Shack and Leftover's in Jupiter are popular haunts for such fare. But there's one place that does it a little different, offering a Floribbean-style take that goes for the gold. Golden macadamia- and coconut-encrusted grouper, that is. The sandwich at Frigate's in North Palm Beach combines these two tropical ingredients for a special breading on a gigantic grouper fillet. It's flash-fried to perfection and served on a kaiser roll with lettuce, tomato, Bermuda onion, and the restaurant's own tangy mango chutney. Of course, the restaurant and bar specializes in all sorts of seafood, so if you're hankering for a waterfront eatery with plenty of creepy crawly creatures of the sea, this is the spot to head.