Five Seafood restaurants in Florida have been ranked as the best places to eat in the entire state

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Disclaimer: The following information was gathered from OpenTable and is for 2022. It is for educational purposes.

Welcome back to another article showcasing Florida's many great restaurants!

If you're in the mood for seafood in Florida, you might want to stop by one of the following restaurants.

The website OpenTable has a list of the best seafood restaurants in the state. Here's what some of them are.

1. Roy's in Bonita Springs, FL. This restaurant has great outdoor dining and is good for special occasions and large groups.

"Blending classic techniques with adventurous Pacific Rim flavors, culinary pioneer Roy Yamaguchi created an entirely new approach to fine dining. The first Roys opened in Honolulu in 1988 and we have spread our warm hospitality and passion for innovative and creative cuisine around the world ever since," their bio says.

The most popular menu items here are Lobster Bisque and Misoyaki Butterfish.

2. PM Fish & Steakhouse in Miami, FL. This restaurant offers a romantic atmosphere to go with its amazing food.

Their bio says, "Inspired by the nostalgia of the finest Argentine cuisine, we developed this superior concept with distinguished architectural design, highest quality dishes, impeccable service, and enviable locations. We set ourselves apart by having the most select meats, fish, and seafood in a cosmopolitan ambiance with an informal though elegant atmosphere."

The most popular menu items here are Octopus and Ribeye Steak.

3. F&D Kitchen and Bar in Lake Mary, FL. This restaurant is classified as a neighborhood gem and is a great choice for brunch.

"It’s all about quality. Each ingredient made a journey before it reached the table. It is this journey, filled with dedication and passion of the team, that allow us to share our stories with each other as they should be shared: over a good meal with a good drink," their bio says.

Their bio goes on to say, "We serve only the best local fare, including coastal caught seafood, grass-fed beef, farm-raised poultry, and hand-crafted beers and cocktails."

4. The District - Seville Steak & Seafood in Pensacola, FL.

"The District: Seville Steak & Seafood is committed to providing our guests with a unique culinary experience served with warmth, friendliness, professionalism, and above all pride in our product," their bio says.

"We proudly serve Certified Angus Beef ®, House Dry-Aged Beef, and the finest Seafood available on the Gulf Coast. We are located in the Heart of Pensacola's Premier Dining and Entertainment District," their bio goes on to say.

5. Barterhouse - Ybor in Tampa, FL. This restaurant is ranked exceptionally high in its service, ambiance, and food!

Their bio says, "Tampa’s farm community is the heart of everything we do at Barterhouse. Our philosophy surrounds the idea that not all ingredients are created equal, and if we eat good, we’re doing good, too. Seafood will reign at the Barterhouse as well, with local Cedar Key or Panacea Oysters and wild-caught shrimp straight from the Gulf or Atlantic on the menu."

Those are five seafood restaurants that are considered some of the best places to eat in the state of Florida.

What do you think about this? Have you been to any of these restaurants? What are your favorite seafood restaurants in Florida? Comment below and let me know!

You can click the following link to go to the OpenTable website: https://www.opentable.com/south-carolina/cities

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