Sunday, December 21, 2014

Feelin' Fresh

Fish Fish redefines happy hour

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We're pretty sure Batman drinks at the end of another rough day. Superman couldn't get tipsy if he wanted to (super-metabolism). 

No one needs a cocktail more than Aquaman, with that embarrassing swimsuit and fears of global warming.

He'd be right at home at new happy hour joint Fish Fish, an oasis of cheap drink specials and fresh fish pulled right out of Biscayne Bay.

Meander through the fancy draped entrance to discover a fresh seafood market with oysters and snapper spread out over ice alongside a massive lobster tank. Somewhere, there's a fridge just as big, stocked with two-for-one happy hour bottles of Heineken, Corona, or Yeungling.

Pair those with cheesy spinach dip, fried fish tenders, or warm, crumble-in-your-fingers fresh banana bread. Then get friendly with a plate of mussels swimming in a white wine butter mixture or jumbo ravioli in a lobster cream sauce.

Or if you think you're up for it, take on that giant whole-fried Lionfish.

Finish it and you might just be a superhero.

Fish Fish fishfishmiami.com
13488 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami
(786) 732-3124
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Price: 3 (out of 4)
Noise: 3 (out of 4)
Parking: Lot
Scene: Local North Miami fresh fish connoisseurs and happy hour boozers
Best bets: Lump crab cake; mussels in white wine butter sauce; jumbo ravioli in a lobster cream sauce
Hot seat: Getting happy with a few afterwork cocktails at the bar 
Nearby: Steve’s Pizza; Flip Burger Bar; Kitchen 305

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