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My kids loved searching the auto license plates on the wall while we waited for our meal. Good service despite a busy evening. The only restaurant in the area that didn’t overcook the fresh snapper I ordered.
You must eat here when visiting Key Largo! Ate Hogfish here for the first time and it was amazing! Only negatives were it was very loud, very crowded, and took a long time to be waited on. But after we finally did, the service and...our waiter was great!More
Really good seafood and it appeared to be more affordable than some of the other restaurants around. We didn't have to wait, had good service, and everything we ordered was good. We ate there more than once during our stay in Key Largo, had breakfast...and supper there, and enjoyed each time.More
We had a fantastic meal at the original Mrs. Mac's! We arrived at 5:45 and sat outside. It's loud with cars whizzing by and the speaker blasting music (great 80s/90s tunes), but that made for an entertaining experience. Service was quick and friendly. Both the...host and our server were friendly and made us feel welcome. We ordered the crab cakes, the grilled fish trio (yellowfin tuna, mahi, and snapper), and a blackened mahi salad. Wow did this food hit the spot, plus it was all very generous portions! Even the salad dressing (house-made italian vinaigrette) was a knockout...for the salad, fish, and fries. The key lime pie was the perfect blend of not too tart, not too sweet. I wanted to go back to Mrs. Mac's again, but my family wanted to try a variety of places. On my next trip to KL, I'm eating there twice!More
My husband and I were in Key Largo for a babymoon and decided to go here for dinner on a Tuesday night after reading all the incredible reviews. I called and learned there are two locations - the original “hole in the wall” restaurant, and...a second one just down the road which is a bit bigger and has a full liquor license (vs just beer and wine at the original).
We opted for the original location and arrived around 8pm - it was a tiny place and it was busy but still no wait so we were seated right away. Service overall was very friendly and relatively fast compared to other places in Key Largo (which is not saying too much as it seems there is no real sense of urgency anywhere in that town).
I ordered a blackened mahi mahi sandwich, my husband ordered the fish platter. The fish itself was really, really tasty - we both finished our entrees. The fries that came on the side were underwhelming. I ordered a water and it came in a bottle which I later learned cost me a couple dollars - not a big deal but I expected water to be no charge.
For dessert we ordered a slice of key lime pie since it came so highly recommended. It was very good - it was colder and more lime-y than others I’d tried. However I prefer the style with a large topping of toasted meringue, so it was actually not my favorite pie I tried while in town.
Overall, great fish, good service, average everything else.More
There won’t be RV parking at the original restaurant with the license plates out front. It just has gravel parking spots out front—- very small parking area. Just down the road, there is another one that is more like a... More
There won’t be RV parking at the original restaurant with the license plates out front. It just has gravel parking spots out front—- very small parking area. Just down the road, there is another one that is more like a normal restaurant- like a Denny’s... I can’t remember exactly how big the lot was (we drove by many times and ate at the Keys Bite next door - which was really good and I’m almost certain their lot would fit an RV with toe car) but you could probably find street parking just off the main drag as well...