gtpvette wrote: »
This Thursday the 5th Marrvelous Pet Rescue will be at Bayside Grill in Key Largo for Yappy Hour from 7-9 PM. I'll be bringing our foster pup Rexx.
Gary M wrote: »
Next Thursday, I'll be taking some guys to The Turtle at Snapper's. Snapper's has an indoor bar and restaurant and two outdoor bars and restaurants. The bar way out at the end of the docks in The Turtle and it's a locals hang out and lots of fun! Good food too.
Snook's is very good and great fun at sunset when they ring the ship's horn! A bit pricey but the onion crusted hogfish will make you want to lick your plate!
Bayside Grill is just south of there and also has good food. Only been there for lunch.
We also like Island Grill. Head oceanside between the Denny's and Shell World. 2nd Ave I think. Get any of the tuna dishes.
Pilot House continues to disappoint us for dinner but lunch there is pretty good. Good outside bar with live music.
Jimmy Johnson's Big Chill (bayside) has good food and a huge and active outdoor bar. Great jerk wings and really good pizza.
Skip Marker 88 and go on down to Lazy Days around mm80-82 oceanside.
Backlash wrote: »
The trend in Keys restaurants is this:
Open up, get a good following based on good dishes at acceptable costs, back it up with good service and a great atmosphere.
Once the good following is established, raise the costs on all items on the menu, while seriously diminishing the quality and quantity of every dish.
Loose your good server base because your customer base is complaining about the increased prices and decreased portions/quality, and management does nothing.
Attempt to exist on your former glory, and atmosphere, with rude service, mediocre dishes, and extremely high prices.
Wonder why your customer base has become only tourists.
robert cibran wrote: »
Try the orignal Mrs. Mac, small wood building, not fancy, great food
Gary M wrote: »
Interesting thread. Some places that some people love, we've had bad luck at and vice versa. The list of places that we've tried and won't return is a bit longer than those we enjoy.
We do consistently enjoy Hobo's whether it's 'cook
The main thing I have noticed about Keys eateries is the help changes constantly. one trip you will have a great cook or waitress the next
time they have changed and it can be totally different experience.
Backlash wrote: »
The Catch, is interesting...The old Paradise Pub bldg
Cafe Largo does real good on the food and wine. Our favorite Italian place.
Old Tavernier is prob my favorite... But it's not in KL.
Shipwrecks is a funky stop on the water... Garden Cove, just inside N. Sound Creek.
CaptJ wrote: »
Sent my kids to Lazy Days for his birthday with a bag of Yellowtail filets. They left the leftovers in my frig, and when I went to check it out. surprise! the Yellowtail had turned into Mahi. Not good. My kids don't know the difference, but some of us do. I won't be sending anybody there again anytime soon.
Tropic Rat wrote: »
Quick update: Did Snappers- it was all good!
Did Skippers (mistake) Dockside- because it was a mistake!
Wot sez U : the dinner scouts of the Cayo's? any updates?
EdB wrote: »
No mention of the Fish House??? Did this place go south? I haven't been down to KL in a while but it was my go-to
restaurant. ALWAYS packed and a minimum of an hour wait to get in...........
pepe-2327 wrote: »
If you like something informal but great fresh food, go to Key Largo Fisheries. No A/C and no servers, they have a nice patio deck where you can sit down and enjoy your food. Pretty crowded lately.