When Captain Jim's Seafood Market Restaurant opened in 1995, only in-the-know locals flocked to the West Dixie Highway storefront for wholesale prices on fresh seafood selections from South Florida waters. Years later, the tide continues to roll into this North Miami mainstay. You can dine in on rotating daily catches that are filleted, fried, grilled, or broiled. Or you can cook a boat-to-table meal. Captain Jim's expert chefs and staff gladly offer tips and tricks on preparation. So take your time perusing freshly shucked oysters, stacked kingfish ($8.99), yellowtail snapper ($9.99), mahi-mahi ($9.99), and tuna ($21.99). It's all sold by the pound. But the main draw is the mouthwatering stone crabs (MP) that you can dip, drench in melted butter, or slather with Captain Jim's signature mustard sauce.