Grove Bay Grill is a true local spot with an expansive view of the water in the fashionable Coconut Grove neighborhood. Enjoy fish tacos and salmon sandwiches at this hidden gem. Awesome view, good drinks, and great food at affordable prices! The best part is you can leave your boat in the nearby marina and even try out a bite of the catch of the day. After your meal, try to visit the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, centered on a lavish Italian-style villa.
This waterfront restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine at reasonable prices. Enjoy your meal on the dockside terrace or watch as yachts and fishing vessels sail along Brickell Bay. Every table has a view of the water and you can sometimes watch schools of tarpon from the docks. And as everyone knows, nothing quite beats the astonishing tarpon jump. Especially, after you’ve been fishing for them all day.
The Rusty Pelican looks over Biscayne Bay into downtown Miami, Brickell, Rickenbacker, and the General Douglas MacArthur Causeway. From here you can try everything from the freshly caught lobster to deep-fried shrimp. The restaurant is fairly upscale so shorts are not recommended! The Rickenbacker Marina is a nearby option for docking your boat rental.
Also on the water in the fashionable Coconut Grove area, Monty’s is a tiki bar that serves a wide variety of seafood dishes like calamari, gator, Cajun mahi-mahi, and blackened grouper. Monty's is right on Grove Harbor, where you can dock your boat rental. The restaurant overlooks the water - just look for the sign! Not to mention, you can also jump in head first for some of the best cocktails in town.
Perched on the 16th Floor of the Epic Hotel in Brickell, Area 31 offers views of downtown Miami and the waterfront, especially on their enormous outdoor patio. There is plenty of space to either find an intimate corner or enjoy happy hour. Dock your rented charter at Park the Boat and enjoy your evening!