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MIAMI NEW TIMES – No one can argue sunning yourself on the deck of a boat beats sweating in traffic, and throwing a line over a cleat beats trolling the streets for a parking spot. Dock-and-dine restaurant service has its perks and MIAMI NEW TIMES brought some nice options for you.

Dock and Dine Miami
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Lucky for us, Miami’s waterways have a number of lovely places to drop anchor and have a bite to eat. Nearly anywhere there’s water, there’s a restaurant with a dining room just steps from the dock.

It would be nice if water taxis traversed the Intracoastal day and night, but if you don’t have a seafaring vessel there are still plenty of ways to take advantage of all that dock-and-dine has to offer. You can throw down for a membership to Freedom Boat Club, which provides access to a fleet of pleasure craft to rent by the day. There are also Airbnb-style apps, like GetMyBoat, that allow you to peruse all manner of boating vessels.

To put it mildly, dock-and-dine options are plentiful in Miami. One of them is the famous Japanese restaurant Zuma Miami. Located inside the Epic Hotel near the Port of Miami, Zuma Miami offers an izakaya and robata-grill dining experience. While the menu includes a number of decadent dishes, the outdoor terrace offers the opportunity to dine at the water’s edge.

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