• Monday through Sunday 5:30 p.m. to midnight
  • Dinner
  • Full bar
  • Garage Parking, Street Parking, Valet Parking
  • Reservations Recommended, Reservations Accepted
Prime Fish is the third arm of Myles Chefetz's insanely lucrative Prime restaurant empire and one that follows its formula to a T. Massive menus, massive plates, and massive bills pervade the restaurant's otherwise simple elegant interior. Throughout the years, Chefetz has cemented his reputation as a South Beach restaurant trailblazer who opened the then-revolutionary Nemo with Michael Schwartz in the once-sleepy South of Fifth neighborhood. At Prime Fish, the kitchen offers everything from locally caught pompano simply grilled to endangered Chilean sea bass to bigeye tuna flown in from Hawaii that's then chopped and served raw with avocado, cucumber, soy, and toasted macadamia nuts. Unlike at Prime One Twelve and Prime Italian, a table here is easier to come by on the weekend, and both the crowd and music are more subdued. Whether Prime Fish's location and panache are worth the hefty price tag is more difficult to decide.

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