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We were in the Keys for the night and picked this lovely rustic restaurant with a marina and westward water views. I had the catch of the day which was Mahi that I ordered blackend, a bit thin but tasty. My wife had the stuffed...More
Ordered Blue Point Oysters, they tried to bring me Gulf Oysters had to return them twice. You would think a supervisor or manager would want to visit you after returning a dish twice, but nothing.
The She Crab soup uses imitation Crab.
Really how hard...More
We've been to Marathon a few times and never stopped here. So glad we did, the stuffed shrimp was really good. Hubby had the tempura battered shrimp and said it was good. Not much to see at the dock, but the food was perfect. We...More
First time to Island Fish Company. We arrived on a Tuesday. The parking was convenient and my wife and I were seated immediately. We decided to share an appetizer, a Caesar salad and the fresh catch of the day - Mahi-Mahi. Our salad came out...More
Ate here twice during our last Keys visit. Right on the water at a small marina. Good drinks and a diverse menu with plenty of Keys specialties. We enjoyed the sandwiches particularity. Service was good, very responsive and upbeat staff.
Stopped here on the way to Key West. The food was ok- not great but filled us up. We got the shrimp poboys and conch fritters. If given the opportunity, we would probably stop here again but would order something else. The view, however, made...More
Nice atmosphere, open and breezy but the food was terrible. Tried to pass off gulf oysters as blue points. Waiter came back and said some blue points are bigger than others??? Blue points have a defined, circular cup, these were huge, mangled looking gulf oysters....More