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Seafood: A hip oyster joint that features a top-notch raw bar, innovative main dishes, small plates and an extensive wine list, the River Seafood & Oyster Bar has been a mainstay among Brickell area professionals since it opened in 2003. Executive chef David Bracha, a longtime favorite who ran the Fishbone Grill (same location) for years before, has been cooking in Miami since the 1980s and truly understands the ever-changing vibe of the city. For The River, he sources a combo of local and exotic--Florida snapper and Spanish sardines, for example--and puts them together with global touches (his whole Florida snapper prepared Chinese style is outrageous) that make the dishes his own. Until they become yours, that is.

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Local Expert Priscilla Blossom Says:

Seafood: "If you don't feel like a big meal, it's never a bad choice to take a seat at the bar, snacking on oysters and sipping on cold, white wine, part of a constantly-changing menu."

Best for Seafood Because: The River is the perfect place for a business meeting, a light happy hour, or a dreamy dinner date. Good food, good vibes.


Raw, Marinated, Cured
Fields & Farms
Fresh From the Sea
Simply Prepared Fish | Grilled or Pan Seared


Crudo, Ceviche, Appetizers
Bar Snacks
Sandwiches & Salads
Simply Prepared Fish Grilled or Pan Seared

Wine List

Hand Crafted Cocktails
Non Alcoholic
Wines by the Glass
Grower Champagnes, Estate Grown & Bottled
Sparkling & Champagne
Sauvignon Blanc
Assorted Whites
Michael's Monthly Wine Picks
Assorted Reds
Pinot Noir
Cabernet / Cabernet Blends / Bordeaux

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