There are very few places anywhere that offer the variety and quality of Castaway... and it will take more than one visit to truly appreciate everything they offer. Let me start with one word: honeybuns. Mmmm. Drinks before dinner? Sure... but it's a tough decision. 33 beers from around the world on tap... a full liquor bar (with tasty classic martinis)... and a wine list with a good variety to accompany your dinner choice. But there's where the real decisions start. Appetizers include traditional Keys favorites and a great raw bar that includes my favorite raw oyster style EVER -- Oysters Tokyo (sour cream, masago roe, and spicy kimchee sauce). Seafood? Yes, it's fresh (the owner goes out and catches a lot of it himself). From fresh local fish (prepared in many tasty ways) to lobster and stone crab (in season) to even live Maine lobster, you have choices (but try the Stuffed Hogfish). Steaks? All good. My favorites are the Howell's Cut (the best damn filet I've ever had) and the tender and juicy Prime Rib. Sushi!!! Yep -- a great selection of authentic sushi (with the perfect sake to accompany) often makes me forget about the filet. There's a good variety of other things like Baby Back Ribs, chicken and pasta dishes, combo platters, even Sauteed Alligator Tail. While it's the oldest restaurant in Marathon, dating back to the 1950s, it was recently renovated and basically rebuilt from the ground up. A little hard to find at the end of 15th Street, but totally worth more than a few visits. There's even an outside tiki bar that features live acoustic music several nights a week.