Behind the Line at Oceanaire Seafood Room in Brickell

The Oceanaire Seafood Room is a classy joint in Brickell with a partytime atmosphere. It's not at all stuck up, lame, pretentious, or boring. At high velocity the kitchen operates like a well oiled machine. At least that was the case when Short Order stepped in last Thursday night for a 54-top Duckhorn Wine tasting dinner amid regular service. A veritable army of front of the house staff flowed in and out of the kitchen like a South Beach high tide, with a smoothness that belied its power. The management, Chef, cooks, expediters, runners, servers, bussers, and dishwashers communicated easily and with humor. This was a fun place. Check out the pictures... 

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