Aaron Black of PB Catch on What Makes a Good Seafood Restaurant

With South Florida located toward the tip of a peninsula, one would think that options for fine seafood would be abundant.

And you'd be right; seafood shacks, raw bars, and local fish in restaurants about. Yet, when it comes to seafood spots with innovative concepts, not so much.

As is the case with most things, Broward and Palm Beach are a bit late to the game, but we're starting to see some places that are creating groundbreaking dishes right in our counties; PB Catch is leading the way with its unique seacuterie -- the pescatarian's alternative to cured meats -- extensive oyster selection, and sustainable seafood offerings.

For part one of our Q&A with chef Aaron Black, we chatted about sea-cuterie, infused oysters, and what makes a good seafood restaurant.

See Also: Ten Best Seafood Restaurants in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

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