Best Seafood Places in Sweetwater 2019

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The Crema de Langosta (Lobster Bisque) served at 109 Fish Market in Sweetwater, FL (photo: Sweetwater Post)

At only a 20 minute drive from the ocean, the City of Sweetwater has some of the best-hidden seafood places in South Florida. From the traditional fish market to a very hip cajun restaurant, here are some of the best places you have to visit if you love seafood and are near Sweetwater.

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Cajun Boil in Miami, FL near Sweetwater (Photo: © Sweetwater Post)

Cajun Boil

Address: 10162 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33174
Yelp: https://www.yelp.com/biz/cajun-boil-miami
Rated at 4.5 out of 5 with over 160 reviews on Yelp, Cajun Boil has some of the best Cajun food in South Florida. Located inside one of the most boring shopping centers around the Sweetwater area, this place has a Wynwood vibe to it, with hip artwork on brick walls, dim, inviting lighting, and a very creative brown paper tablecloth that serves as an eating surface for customers.

The menu includes fried foods, sandwiches, soups, raw from the bar, from the wok, Boil, Combos, and sides. Prices range from $2 for select side items and combos up to $69.99. For more information, visit their website.

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The famous Minuta Sandwich (Fish Sandwich) offered by 109 Fish Market in Sweetwater.

109 Fish Market

Address: 10910 W Flagler St Suite 105-107, Miami, FL 33174
http://109minimarket.com

If you’re looking for fresh seafood sold by the pound, this is the place to visit. With daily catches of all varieties of seafood including lobster, shrimp, salmon, and all varieties of fish, 109 Fish Market offers a casual, clean and friendly environment to find the best seafood. You can also stop by and try their take-out selection of foods that include their famous Minuta sandwich (Fish Sandwich), Ceviche, and “Crema de Langosta” (Lobster Bisque soup).

109 Fish Market owner Jorge Lopez, 2/5/2019 (photo: © Sweetwater Post)

Owner Jorge Lopez is a longtime Sweetwater business owner formerly the owner at Panther Cafe near 109 Avenue and a small rustic cafeteria on 110th avenue.

109 Fish Market offers traditional latin pastries like croquetas, empanadas, pasteles, and packaged latin foods, but also specializes in a frozen seafood section that includes everything a seafood lover would want.

Their takeout prices are very reasonable, with prices ranging from $1.99 to $9.99 for select items. For more information, visit their website or call them at 305-456-9630.

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