My Ceviche Opens Today in South Miami

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My Ceviche South Miami
My Ceviche opens its third location today.

The restaurant, which features freshly made ceviche from wild-caught seafood in a casual setting by an award-winning chef, comes to South Miami, with dine-in, take-out, and catering services.The 1,600 square foot location, decorated in friendly citrus colors, seats 70 guests, including 26 seats on an outdoor patio. The restaurant, which opened its first shop in the spring of 2012 in a tiny South Beach space, is also planning a fourth location in Coral Gables.

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National Ceviche Day Saturday: Five Deals and Specials to Celebrate

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Marinated goodness.
Ahh, ceviche. You truly deserve your own holiday. Soaking in citrus and spice, this is one of South Florida's favorite dishes to slurp down. Lucky for us, it's never hard to come by -- it's even sold out of the back of people's trucks down here. If you prefer to celebrate National Ceviche Day this Saturday with a little ambiance, however, Miami's got several places with specials and deals to better enjoy the Peruvian signature.

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King Crab City: Inside the Fontainebleau's "Water World"

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Photos by Carla Torres
King of the ocean.
The Fontainebleau has crabs, and it's exactly the type you're thinking -- king crab. These bad boys are the rulers of all crustaceans and an extreme delicacy not only in the States but also around the world. They make their way from the Nordic and Bering seas down to South Florida and currently reside in the Fontainebleau's underground facilities, dubbed "Water World," where all of the fresh catch from the resort's fishing boat, the BleauFish, lives until dinnertime.

It's more difficult to gain access to Water World than to get into LIV. With good reason -- there's more than $2 million worth of seafood down there. A chef must escort you, and even then another resort staff member has to unlock the gates.

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Keep Calm and Clambake On at Tongue & Cheek

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When you think summertime in Miami, odds are lobster clambake doesn't register. Now, thanks to the folks at Tongue & Cheek, our balmy, sweaty, uncomfortable season will get a decidedly cool New England makeover.

Created by chef Jamie DeRosa, this is a big departure from his daily dinner specials, or family meals.

"[The series] just spawned from my wife, who's from Rhode Island," DeRosa said. "And when we met was one of the first times I ever was introduced to Massachusetts, if you will, to Boston and New England, and I fell in love with the casualness of a summer picnic."

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Hess Select South Beach Seafood Festival Returns for Second Year

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Stone crab season ended last week, but it's never too early to start dreaming of its return. To mark the anticipated occasion, the Hess Select South Beach Seafood Event is already planning a big celebration. After hosting more than 6,000 people for last year's inaugural event, the organizers are gearing up to make a grander and more gourmet weekend than before.

Tired of tasting events masked as food festivals, event founder Tod Roy decided he wanted to create the type of festival he longed for. Instead of tiny samples of food designed for mass production, he aimed to provide guests with restaurant portions of high-quality cuisine cooked right on the beach. On October 25, the second-annual event will take place from 1 to 9 p.m. in Lummus Park.

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Miami Spice Summer Seafood: Where To Get Ocean Delicacies at a Discount

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Nothing satisfies in summer like fresh, Florida seafood.
Miamians are fortunate enough to have access to fresh seafood year-round, but when summer hits, the need for light, refreshing fish and shellfish becomes almost a necessity. We rather munch down on ceviche and shrimp cocktails than baby back ribs and baked potatoes when the temperature hits 90 degrees -- let's not even mention the humidity.

Also, luckily enough, we're blessed enough to have Miami Spice. The two-month event provides reasonably priced prix-fixe menus at restaurants all across Miami -- at a really heavy discount. Considering the summer season and the fact that Miami Spice kicked off last week, we put together a round up of where to get your seafood fix without losing your shirt.

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Stone Crab Season Ends Today: Six Places Offering Last Call For Claws

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Last call for stone crabs.
The 2012-2013 stone crab season closes tomorrow, May 16, with the last day of harvest today. According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, traps must be removed from the water within five days. All restaurateurs and stores must obtain their stone crabs by May 16.

It's been a bleak year for stone crab fishermen, with reported catches much less than in previous years. As a result, prices hit record numbers at some shops and others couldn't even procure any to sell. Folks at Captain Jim Hanson's Seafood Market and Restaurant told Short Order that they haven't had the crustaceans in weeks.

If you want one last stone crab dinner, get cracking! Here are some places that are still carrying stone crabs while supplies last. All prices and availability were confirmed as of this morning and are subject to change.

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Local Production Company Shines a Spotlight on the Fish Farming Industry

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Pop quiz: Where did the "crab" in last night's California roll originate? Or the meaty middle of your fish filet? Or the hefty slab of salmon you picked up at the supermarket?

Sadly, most consumers are clueless about the answers -- and it's this ignorance that's killing our oceans.

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A new documentary by a local production company hopes to change that by shining a spotlight on the fish farming industry -- and it's not a pretty picture.

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Blue Runner: Quality Seafood From His Door to Yours

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Blue Runner Seafood Truck
We live in Miami, so you'd think it would be easy to get fresh seafood. No, that's just not how this crazy world works. But for locals who love pescado, Paco Fernando's Blue Runner Seafood truck -- parked on the side of Biscayne Boulevard just north of Miami Shores -- has stepped in to fill the void.

It sounds fishy (excuse the pun), but the stand is busy with loyal followers who keep coming back for more thanks to reasonable prices and, most important, top-quality seafood that Paco distributes to Miami restaurant staples such as Oggi Caffe, Paquitos, and Red Koi.

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Rare Blue Lobsters at Red The Steakhouse

Categories: Seafood
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Blue lobster and his cousin from Maine.
You've probably read about blue lobsters, those rare neon-colored crustaceans. Now, Red the Steakhouse is inviting you to taste one.

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The lobsters are Brittany Blues, taken from the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean off the shores of Scotland and France. These lobsters, which have a distinct blue tail and tint, are prized for being sweeter and more flavorful then their New England cousins.
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