In this age of globalization and instant information, it's nearly impossible to remain the city's "best-kept secret," but somehow Pelican Landing has managed to do exactly that. Located on a second-story terrace in the Pier Sixty-Six Marina, the serene outdoor restaurant serves mouthwatering beach-shack-style eats surrounded by picturesque panoramas of boats, sea, and sunset. The fish is caught daily, served blackened or grilled, presented with sides, on a salad, or in a burrito. The ceviches and conch fritters are some of the best in South Florida. And matched with frozen drinks and pitchers of mojitos, you'll quickly reach a state of "paradise found!"