3 mentions in What is your favorite restaurant in Miami?
JR J. said, "...I can't believe no one has mentioned Miami's most famous and original restaurant (and one of my personal favorites anywhere) Joe's Stone Crab. The place is an institution. In addition to the stone crab and a steak, get the Joe's tomatoes (thank..." See More
3 mentions in one night lay over in Miami- what to see, where to eat?
JR J. said, "...If I had just one night in Maimi Beach, I'd hands down eat at Joe's Stone Crab The place is an institution. It's on the pricey side, but very worth it IMO. Steaks and crab claws are obviously great, but don't miss out..." See More
Polly B. said, "...If you decide Joe's Stone Crab is too pricey, I'd recommend Oliver's. We ate there simply because it was just down the street from where we were staying and were very pleasantly surprised - great food and service at a reasonable price point...." See More
2 mentions in Fun things to do on a five day girls trip to Miami
Brew J. said, "...Not that I've ever been on a girls trip before, but I just have to throw this out there -- Joe's Stone Crab is one of the greatest restaurants in the world. Only open October to May (Stone Crab season), so if you..." See More
Kenin B. said, "..."Florida" cuisine you have to try the Florida Cookery located in the The James Royal Palm . Many people swear by Joe's Stone Crab but it's crazy expensive and not really worth the value. If you want to head into downtown Miami for..." See More
1 mention in What are the best things to do in Miami?
Al A. said, "...you're in town. The Wolfsonian-Florida International Museum's uncommon collection of propaganda arts merits a visit, along with the celebrated, though seasonal Joe's Stone Crab for dinner or lunch. Plenty of other restaurants to consider, depending upon your desired cuisine, but savor some selection..." See More
1 mention in What are some great day trips from Ft. Lauderdale?
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