Grouper

Wild-caught or farm-raised, grouper is easy to eat. Fillets flake easily into firm, bite-size nuggets, the sweet meat especially well-suited to blackening spices and other such enhancement. Large groupers’ cheeks, which are a muscle worked well enough to develop resilience, are considered a delicacy because their firmer flesh is reminiscent of lobster.

Restaurants With This Dish

Hogfish Bar & Grill | Margaritaville Seafood & Potent Cocktails

KEY WEST, FL

McBob’s | Best Corned Beef & Fish Fry | Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE, WI

Pearl’s Saltwater Grill

SAVANNAH, GA

Cool crab meat in marinade ... best of the Mobile Bay
Jubilee Seafood | Best of the Mobile Bay in Alabama

MONTGOMERY, AL

Louie’s Back Yard - Shrimp
Louie’s Back Yard

KEY WEST, FL

Jerry’s Drive-In

PENSACOLA, FL

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