More than just an ideal place to cast your anchor. More than a welcome respite from the sometimes taxing world of taking on the high seas. More than just a top-notch eatery with a well-stocked bar. More than just the bearers of an eminently limerickable name — to many who spend their days setting sail to far shores, Shucker’s Waterfront Grill is a home away from home. A traditional dock & dine location for 25 years (one of the first on Biscayne Bay), and always intent on expanding and evolving both its space and offerings, Shucker’s provides, with just the right amount of fan fare, seasonally succulent sea food, a bountiful brunch, and all the drink options any seasoned sea salt could desire. Another starring aspect of this appetizing seaside eatery? The service, performed by a cadre of courteous pros intent that every time you head to this landmark eatery, you know you’re in for a good time; ShuckersBarAndGrill.com.
Tracie Samara’s plastic surgery experience is a shocking tale about what can happen when cosmetic fillers are administered incorrectly. Thanks to multiple surgeries at the skilled hands of Dr. John J. Martin, Jr., this tragedy is finally yielding a happy ending.
Key Biscayne resident Gigi Costa held a book signing at Books & Books for her just-released new children’s book: Have You Heard Of The Little Boy Named Oliver?