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One of the things I love about living in Florida is all the fresh seafood available year round and nothing quite beats a Florida fish taco. While the fish taco may have been invented in Baja, Florida perfected it with a variety of seafood and flavorful toppings. You can find everything from grilled or fried grouper, mahi-mahi, Canaveral shrimp, and even Florida lobster stuffed inside a corn or flour tortilla topped with a zesty citrus-based salsa or mango chutney.
Recently took a trip down to Miami to explore their taco scene with a talented video crew from Spark Brand. One of my favorite stops was at Coyo Taco in the trendy Wynwood District. While Coyo’s lengthy menu of fresh tacos is legendary, their lobster tacos are totally on point with the fresh-from-Florida theme topped with a mixed slaw of jalapeño, poblano, red pepper, pickled red onion, jicama, carrots, cucumber, and a fresh squeezed citrus juice including grapefruit, orange, and lime. See how it’s made in the quick video below!
Florida Flavors: Coyo Taco Wynwood Lobster Tacos
While Wynwood definitely has a fun vibe on mainland Miami (love Panther Coffee and all the artwork!), no trip to South Florida would be complete without visiting the beach. So for dinner we headed over to The Local House to try their Florida fish tacos. Yes, we had tacos for lunch AND dinner. One can never have enough tacos.
The Local House is best known for their brunch, but I gotta say, their tacos and blood orange margaritas were amazing too. They take fresh mahi-mahi fillets and batter them with a secret spice mixture and grill them to perfection. They’re then topped with crispy leeks, pickled onions, shaved radishes, and spicy mayo. See how it’s done in the video below.
Florida Flavors: The Local House Florida Fish Taco
What’s your favorite Florida fish taco? Got a favorite taco place you want to share with us? Comment below and let us know. 🙂
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