Closer Look: Seasalt and Pepper on the Miami River

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Raw bar prawns.

Compared to its far less glitzy neighbors -- Garcia's Seafood Grille and Casablanca Fish Market -- the airy, 250-seat Seasalt and Pepper looks like an effort at gentrification. When it was barely a month old, Jay Z and Beyoncé, as well as Gloria and Emilio Estefan, showed up the same night. DJ Bob Sinclar, actor Ryan Phillippe, and Khloé Kardashian have been spotted at its nearly impossible-to-reserve tables.

See also: Read the full review of Seasalt and Pepper.

Published on May 7, 2014

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andresetc
andresetc

Agree 100% with the NT review, go there for the Scene, not the food. The cuisine is an excuse to call it a restaurant. Pathetic !

miami114477
miami114477

that food looks amazing, why would you say it's not good????

miami114477
miami114477

that food looks amazing, why would you say it's not good????



godbegod1
godbegod1

You are right because I came by and it was no available seating at the time on a Sunday

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