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Fish Mongers in Aventura?

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Radiobomb Apr 4, 2011 11:05 AM

Hey all. I've visiting the Aventura area for about 10 days and I'm lucky enough to have a kitchen to cook in.
Being a chef myself, fresh seafood is really important to me, and being by the ocean, I want to eat it.
Is there any good real fish mongers in the general area? Ideally, I want to avoid buying from grocery stores, and that includes Whole Foods.
Thanks for the help.

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    pilches Apr 5, 2011 08:26 AM

    Once again, I love Triar for the freshest and very reasonably priced and great selection of seafood. Located in east Hollywood, so not too far from Aventura.

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      dlgc Apr 5, 2011 10:43 AM

      Great fish right off the boats at the Haulover charter fishing
      boat dock. Go south on A1A to about 106th street. Make a right at the traffic light. There is a sign that directs you to the charter boats.It should be a 10 minute drive from Aventura if you take the Lehman causeway.

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        Luvtooeat Jan 29, 2012 05:56 AM

        Any ideas where we can go to see Boats that have caught any Trophy fish without driving to Miami.
        We are staying in Hallendale

        Thx

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      southocean Apr 4, 2011 11:25 AM

      Captain Jim's Seafood, 12950 West Dixie Highway, North Miami, FL 33161 (305) 892-2812 sells fish from a display case in front, and/or fries it up -- perfectly -- in back. Eat in, or pick your favorites and take 'em home to cook yourself. I bought some delicious triple tail from them, sauteed it simply in butter and garlic, and enjoyed it.

      Eating in, the service can be a little iffy, and you're gonna go there for the food, not the decor.

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