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Snappers Fish & Chicken is one of our favorites. It’s been around a long while now. Some people know them as a fried fish place. And that’s all true. They also have fried conch. So Snappers is mega great place to any of Florida’s fried food. You’ll generally find Snappers in the Miami area, Miami Beach and North Miami. They’re fast, friendly and a great deal. When you visit Miami be sure to stop in at a Snappers.
What’s on the menu at Snappers?
Chicken wings, chicken tenders and chicken nuggets are some of what they offer. You can also get wings with a fish order. You’ll also find fried conch and hush puppies.
Where can you find Snappers?
Just check this page. There are ten locations and here are the Miami locations right below.
8995 NW. 7th Ave. Miami, FL. 33150
Tel : 305-758-4484
5330 NW 17 Ave. Miami, FL. 33142
Tel : 305-691-8540
17990 NW 27TH Ave. MIAMI, FL. 33056
Tel : 305-621-8570
9610 SW 160TH St. MIAMI, FL. 33157
Tel : 305-254-0772
What else is there at Snappers besides fried chicken?
Snapper is what this place is known for. One of things we really miss about Florida is Red Snapper because it’s delicious! Snappers hooks us up fast with fried red snapper when the fish is in season. Snapper fixes red snapper for you in several different ways. If you really want to go over the top and 20 pieces for a party or for yourself you can do it. Or you can get smaller portions.
This fish is typically farm raised in the South and you’ll find it almost everywhere. When it’s fried it’s totally awesome and Snappers serves this all the time.
Catfish is also farm raised in the South. Usually a fish farm will feed grain to the catfish. This makes the catfish taste yummy and when you fry them like Snappers that sweet grainy goodness comes through the crunchy fried outside of the catfish. If you’ve never had catfish you’ll want to try them and Snappers is a great place.
Conch is something we have not had before but we will give this a try the next time.