Not really a Caribbean restaurant, this family-style operation is, however, a good spot for fresh standard seafood dishes with Cuban nuances. Don't miss the escabeche, a chilled extravaganza of lightly breaded and fried pickled kingfish smothered with a tart onion-and-pepper-studded marinade. Nothing is frozen here, and seasonal catches are priced by the pound. Bahama's is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The next time you're sick, eschew the chicken--fish soup finds its way much faster to your soul. The folks at Bahamas Fish Market will serve you a huge bowl of fish chowder ($2.95 to $3.45) that will make you toes curl and your whit...
Wednesday, January 1, 1992 at 3 a.m. by Sue Mullin
If one of your New Year's resolutions is to eat less red meat, you're probably already planning to explore more seafood restaurants. If another of your goals for 1992 is to keep a tighter rein on the old purse strings, you're in luc...
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