Monty's Raw Bar
300 Alton Road in Miami Beach
At the very top of this restaurant's menu is, you guessed it, fresh Florida Keys stone crab claws. During Happy Hour on Mondays from 4 to 8 p.m., get stone crab claws from $4 to $21 depending on the size. Otherwise, get a platter of stone crab claws priced from $16 to $59.
Captain Jim's Seafood
12950 S. Dixie Highway in North Miami
For his eponymous restaurant located on the Miami River, lifelong Miami resident Captain Jim has put together a menu of seafood caught by the joint's own fishermen. Plates of medium and large claws cost $19.99 and $24.99, and all-you-can-eat stone crabs are medium-sized and cost $49.99.
Casablanca Seafood Bar & Grill
404 North River Drive in Miami
Ranging in size from from small to colossal, the stone crab platters start at $25.95 and cap at $50. Or, browse through the restaurant's fresh market, open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., for stone crab and other seafood to cook at home. Located on the Miami River, this upscale restaurant is designed to be reminiscent of Key West.
Garcia's Seafood Grille & Fish Market
398 NW North River Drive in Miami
With Garcia's own fleet of fishing boats, the stone crab that lands on your plate is as fresh as it can get. Plates range from medium ($26) to colossal ($66), and the restaurant offers a fresh seafood market for foodies on the go.
Joe's Stone Crab
11 Washington Ave. in Miami Beach
An obvious choice, Joe's has been serving up stone crab claws in Miami for 99 seasons with its signature mustard sauce. Claws rangw in size from medium, select, to large, the restaurant keeps it simple with dinners for 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 from $126.95 to a whopping $661.95 -- the price of large claws for a table of group of 10.
Order a plate to keep to yourself or order online to enjoy at home, anywhere in the continental United States (our HuffPost San Francisco colleagues love it!)
777 Brickell Ave. in Miami, 305-579-0035
2584A E. Sunrise Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale, 954-396-5656
351 Plaza Real in Boca Raton, 561-391-0755
South Floridians can get their fix at this restaurant with locations in Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Monday nights are all-you-can-eat stone crab for $69, including soup, salad and sides. Individual stone crab claws are priced from $4.50 to $23, depending on the size. Their platter of eight chilled claws with sides of mashed potatoes and broccolini is $46.
Promising to never serve frozen crab claws, the restaurant hires crabbers from the Isle of Capri to bring the loot to the restaurant's fisheries to be cooked, placed in ice packs, and then shipped.
Billy's Stone Crab Restaurant
400 N. Ocean Drive in Hollywood
On any given day, dive into all-you-can-eat stone crabs ranging by size from $65 to $85 (no sharing!), or put in an order of a platter of stone crab claws from $24.95 to $46.95. Set on the water with boats driving by, you can buy fresh seafood for the restaurant's market or even go on a fishing trip with Captain Billy.
George Stone Crab
Miami International Airport and My Ceviche
Don't feel like leaving the house? Call George Stone Crab, which delivers fresh stone crab in Miami and beyond! If you're looking for the perfect gift, pick up a box at their Miami International Airport location and take it on the flight. Claws are typically sold at market price, but staff is taking preorders through Oct. 14 at $24.45 for medium, $35.45 for large, $43.95 for jumbo and $52.95 for colossal.
4040 Galt Ocean Drive in Fort Lauderdale
Stone crab lovers will want to be at Tokyo Blue on Friday nights: for $49.99, indulge in all-you-can-eat stone crabs at this trendy Japanese fusion restaurant on the beach that turns into a nightclub in the evening hours.
4003 N. Andrews Ave. in Oakland Park
Assuming the fresh supply lasts the day, guests are invited to indulge in all-you-can-eat stone crabs every single day. Medium claws are $44, large for $69 and $81 jumbo. Or, if you're not in the mood for gluttony, or just order a single portion dinner.
Pro tip: check the Catfish Dewey's blog for updates on each day's stone crab supply.