Garcia's is that quintessential Miami place where almost every Cuban can claim six degrees of separation: Maybe your dad used to sell his weekend Bimini catch to its picky owners, or your cousin David got on his feet as a waiter after landing in Miami from Havana. Garcia's is such a Miami institution that even the staunchest of developers wouldn't dream of tearing it down. The Miami River Landing is completely revitalizing the area around Garcia's historic riverside location, but this seafood restaurant and raw bar is here to stay. For more than 40 years, Garcia's has served the freshest local seafood at reasonable prices — even the stone crab is often served slightly below market value. From high-end to low-key, traditional favorites such as conch fritters ($6.95) and fried dolphin fingers ($10.95) are served alongside chilled oysters ($10.95/dozen), buttery shrimp cocktail ($7.95), and stone crabs (MP). Best of all, Garcia's famous fish dip is always a crowd pleaser, and it's free with your meal. Open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday.