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Today, there is far more fishing than smuggling (or so we are led to believe), with several unpretentious seafood restaurants that feature the local catch, most notably the delectable stone crab in season.
Order the grouper tacos and steamed stone crab claws.
At Joe’s Stone Crab on Miami Beach, which helped put stone crab on the culinary map when Joe Weiss started selling them in the 1920s, the pinch is less obvious because a seasonal plan helps insure supplies don’t dry up when crab pots empty.
This annual festival connects several locations on the Old Naples Waterfront, offering fresh stone crab claws, music, art and more.
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