Restaurant Reviews

A Guide to South Florida's Cheap Seafood Dives

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Want more? Two Georges Waterfront Grille under the Intracoastal bridge at Ocean Avenue in Boynton Beach specializes in conch fritters, dolphin served blacked or grilled, and raw clams on the half shell (728 Casa Loma Blvd., Boynton Beach; 561-736-2717). People either love or hate the long-standing Fort Lauderdale raw bar Southport. But the place does have cheap drinks, always-fresh clams, and a laid-back vibe that's unmatched (1536 Cordova Road, Fort Lauderdale; 954-525-CLAM). For a no-frills seafood feast, head to Catfish Dewey's, where the checkered tablecloths are always spotted with the remains of all-you-can-eat oysters, clams, catfish, and stone crab (4003 N. Andrews Ave., Oakland Park; 954-566-5333). If you don't mind the early-bird crowd, the platters of broiled scallops, scrod, and lobster at Old Florida Seafood House are simple seafood at its finest (1414 NE 26th St., Wilton Manors; 954-566-1044).

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