“If cameraman Korey (@KoreyDavisPhotography) doesn’t shoot it, I won’t eat it.”
I’ve been blessed to have visited some of the nation’s best seafood eateries including respected establishments like Pearl’s Oyster Bar in New York’s Greenwich Village.
Surprisingly, South Florida has an absence of quality and tasty seafood eateries, except for the phenomenal Sister Sarah’s Crab House, which is an absolute treasure.
Imagine my intrigue when I stumbled on yet another newly opened Black owned seafood restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale—Seabar Restaurant, located at 3582 W. Broward Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312. The restaurant is hard to miss in the evening with a Broadway-like sign illuminating the words SEABAR.
My exuberance and anticipation grew from the immediate smell of frying and steaming crustaceans creating aromatics so enticing, it could have rivaled the Sirens song in luring ships to their tragic fate! Fortunately for me, my fate would prove to…
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