One of the things I especially love about South Florida dining is the swell stuff that comes to us fresh from the ocean, and I’m thankful we’ve got the likes of the Sunfish, a couple of miles in from the beach, which since the 1990s has maintained a sterling reputation for fresh, creative, yet not overly gimmicky seafood. Owner-chef Erika DiBattista, who founded the place with her ex-husband, and executive chef Bill Bruening continue to please their loyal following with a seasonal menu including signatures like spaghetti tuna Bolognese, Asian pear and arugula salad, and crab-crusted Scottish salmon. And room for dessert is an especially dandy idea, because that’s Erika’s thing, and both her “Symphony of Chocolate” and her very pointy “Not the Usual Key Lime Pie” will totally rock your sweet tooth... even if you don’t have one.