Scotty's Landing is laid-back, even by South Florida standards. Flanked by Miami City Hall and the infinitely more expensive Chart House, it's tucked behind one of several marinas that line the water along Coconut Grove's South Bayshore Drive. Unadorned and nondescript, Scotty's is little more than a canvas-covered wood deck to accommodate some casual dining burgers, conch salads, inexpensive seafood fare and a smallish bar frequented by the requisite sea salts who take respite after spending a day on their sailboats. It's the kind of joint where you can bring the kids, the dog, or both, and meet a few chums without the heavy financial obligation a night on... More >>>
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