The 10 Best Restaurants You Can Dock Your Boat In South Florida
When it’s time to find some good food after your day of play in the sun on your boat, South Florida has many fine restaurants with boat docks from which to choose. Docking-and-dining is very convenient and just what you and the entire family need after a day of fun in the sun and water. You can’t go wrong with any of these fine restaurants with boat docks.
- The Pirate Republic Seafood & Grill, located at 400 SW 3rd Street in Fort Lauderdale, near the Broward Performing Arts Center and the Riverwalk, and on the south side of the New River. Free docking is available: first come, first served. This dock and dine restaurant accommodates boats that range up to 100 feet in length, the face dock has a draft of 12 feet, and the inside slips are six feet. Aarrgghh, me matey! Let’s go get some Caribbean and Mediterranean grub!
- Coconuts, 420 Seabreeze Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale, is located just south of Las Olas Boulevard on the New River. On the menu at Coconuts are fish tacos, coconut shrimp platters (of course!), BBQ ribs, NY strip steak, jambalaya, and a host of chicken dishes, as well.
- Southport Raw Bar, 1536 Cordova Rd. in Fort Lauderdale, offers free docking and a menu that includes King Crab legs and oysters.
- Shooters Waterfront, 3033 NE 32nd Avenue in Fort Lauderdale, offers free docking and waterfront seating with live music. On the menu are veggie burgers, sushi rolls, Cajun shrimp pasta, roasted rosemary chicken with lemon, and several Cuban sandwiches. It’s open for lunch, dinner, and brunch on the weekends.
- Casablanca on the Bay, 1717 N. Bayshore Drive in Miami, Florida. It is located next to the Sea Isle Marina and can accommodate boats up to 110 feet in length. It also has a full-service fuel stop. Enjoy restaurants with boat docks that have incredible views of Biscayne Bay when dining here.
- Boatyard, 1555 SE 17th Street, Fort Lauderdale has 120 feet of space to dock your boat. It’s a great choice for the ICW sunset scene and/or a romantic dinner for two docksides. On the menu are grilled seafood selections, wood-fired steaks, and the daily fresh catch-of-the-day from local fishermen.
- 15th Street Fisheries is located at 1900 SE 15th Street in Fort Lauderdale, just north of the 17th Street bridge on Stranahan River. On the menu here, you will be able to order New England clam chowder, lobster rolls, Mahi tacos, Bahamian conch chowder, chicken sandwiches, and a selection of salads – not to mention dessert (Key Lime bars with raspberry sauce and Ghirardelli triple chocolate brownies).
- Captain’s Catch Seafood and Sushi, 766 Northlake Blvd. in North Palm Beach, Florida. Captain’s Catch features live music and specialty seafood dishes.
- Crust, 668 NW 5th Street in Miami, near the Miami River, serves delicious pizza and Italian cuisine.
- American Social, 690 SW 1st Ct. in Miami serves regional and local craft beers, which you can pour yourself, and classic American comfort foods. On the menu are burgers and fries, Cinnamon French toast, and eggs benedict, just to name a very few selections.
There are many, many wonderful restaurants with boat docks in South Florida. When you are out playing on the water, don’t forget to come into a dock and dine restaurant to refuel your body’s energy. Or if you’re looking to add a dock to your waterfront restaurant, contact Accudock today! We have the best selection in South Florida.