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Great spot to have lunch and people watch. Marina next door and good food on the plate makes this place ideal for getting a true key’s experience. We had the lobster reuben, grouper BLT, conch salad and lobster roll.
We were there on a Friday night so it was crowded, and this was around 5 Pm. It takes a moment to acclimate yourselves. Fish and other meals are ordered on the ground floor where you give your order and wait for a bell to...ring to pick it up. There are no waiters or waitresses. My wife ordered grouper, fresh and delicious. In order to get my fresh oysters and shrimp, I had to go upstairs to the raw bar and bring the food down to meet her. Then we had to go to another part where the bar was to order drinks. Next time we will know all this but it was confusing, but the food was delicious. The oysters were so fresh!More
Recommended by a local so we headed down 35th St to the eatery at the end.
You order at the outside window & pick up some there and some around the corner for bar, condiments, & key lime pie (they were out of!)–
Bit confusing...for 1st timers. They call you when your order is ready by your favorite cartoon character given which was fun.
Nothing fancy here, very casual, come dressed as you are, locals eat here.
Lots of outside seating with good views of the boats and harbor. We ordered conch chowder, fries, peel & eat shrimp – all good. Little pricey tho. We were there when a few fishing charters came in with their catch so fun to see them fileting, feeding the birds, etc. Would recommend – great ol’ Key West spot.More
We have gone to Clawsablanca, the upstairs bar at Keys Fisheries, every week while staying in Marathon Key for the winter. We have done this for the past 3 years. Until this year, the stone crabs AND the margaritas have been superb! Now, as the...stone crabs are still amazing, the drinks are not. Maybe they have a new bartender but cocktails are not worth the money. Order a beer or a glass of wine to go with your amazing food.More
Home of the original and completely unique Lobster Reuben! We saw this on a giant billboard and of course our curiosity was peaked! The Keys Fisheries is a lovely hidden place right at the end of the road, sitting right along the water and a...small boat dock, providing the perfect island view as you eat. When you order, they always have a question of the day and whatever your answer is, is what they call out when your order is ready, so the day we went it was your favorite sports team, and I thought that was such a cute and different, fun way to go about that. We tried, the lobster reuben, of course. I have to say, it’s definitely one of the weirdest, most palet-challenging things I’ve tried yet, considering I don’t really even like regular reubens all that much, but I have to say somehow they made this combo work. There tons of small chunks of lobster in the sandwich and the acidity of the sauce along with the sourkraut- it’s odd, yet enjoyable. Like, I really, really liked it! Also, the conch chowder was fantastic, it was a broth base with tomato and other veggies chunks so it was different from what I expected but it was delicious and I wish I had gotten a bigger size, haha. And the key lime pie was on point as well, definitely one of the best we had during our keys trip! My dad tried a lavender hibiscus beer (yes, sounds very odd as well), but it was actually pretty nice, “refreshing” as he put it- so for you alcohol drinkers I think there’s some fun and good-tasting drinks to try here as well. I’d reallyyy recommend!!More
Keys Fisheries is one of our family favorites for many years. The lobster rueben, mahi tacos, fresh stone crabs! It's not easy to decide on one item to order. We try to eat at least twice when we visit the keys.
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From what I recall of the number of tables you might just fill he place with your bus load of 50. They apparently host community benefit events so they should be able to handle that number of guests. You need... More
From what I recall of the number of tables you might just fill he place with your bus load of 50. They apparently host community benefit events so they should be able to handle that number of guests. You need to contact the restaurant directly with details.