Find out what Caribbean restaurants to try in Islamorada. Six islands in the Florida Keys comprise the village of Islamorada, known for its prime sport fishing. Rent a boat or participate in a guided tour to fish, snorkel, or swim with marine life. Fresh seafood is the hallmark of the Islamorada dining scene. Visit a tropical-themed bar to soak in the full Florida Keys experience with a frozen umbrella drink. For a dose of culture, take in fine art and music while strolling through the Morada Way Art and Cultural District.
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We offer a broad range of options, including intimate meals on "Islamorada Beach" for two, rehearsal dinners, farewell brunches, beach barbecues and catering for any special event.
I had the pleasure of working with Lyndsey Mae last week in Islamarda at Hungry Tarpon! She took such great care of our group of 40+ from the first call to handing me the final bill. Her attention to detail and great service made our event a very memorable one and a great experience in the Keys!!! Thanks again Lyndsey I hope i make it to the keys again soon and we get to work again!!!Thank you so much for your review Rebecca! MHEDA was a fun group and we will definitely see you the next time around! Cheers! ~LM
4 based on 22 reviews
We visited April 24, 2019 and absolutely loved this restaurant. It is part of the larger Moorings Village, however situated across the road from the resort/bungalows. This has to be one of the most gorgeous locations we've ever had the pleasure to visit. We had incredible drinks and food ocean-side, and the service was impeccable. Although there is a laid back, casual vibe, it is apparent from the food selection, quality and service that this is a very well run establishment, in keeping with the resort and its 'more formal' Pierre's dining room. What an amazing place! We will definitely return.Thank and bless you very much KimWe appreciate it very much and look forward to your next visit. Your patronage is cherished Please note that we are are Known as Morada Bay and Not beach Cafe Thanks and Cheers MB
4 based on 1418 reviews
In the Florida Keys you'll find this old Keys-style marina and fish shack "somewhere on A1A." A true conch atmosphere with many tasty delights, here in this Florida Keys restaurant you'll find yourself indulged in the Caribbean-inspired cuisine, the compa
Located at Robbie's marina which was great as we were able to feed the tarpons after we fed ourselves. We had lunch there in the middle of summer, really hot and humid but the receptionist set us up in front of the huge fan so my 3 and 8 y/o didn't even notice the heat. Mac and cheese was ok. Hotdog and fries kids meal is a footlong, it can be shared. Hogfish sandwich and calamari was great... the KEyLIME PIE WAS SUPER DELICIOUS!!!Hi Bela! Thank you for coming to the Hungry Tarpon. We appreciate your business. It does get quite hot, but we try to beat the heat with several fans scattered around. We are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Hope to see you back.
4 based on 1817 reviews
Due to significant damage from Hurricane Irma, we are temporarily closed for renovations. We plan to announce our reopening date in late 2019.
DO NOT EAT HERE!!The atmosphere, service and the food are terrible!!We came in for a late lunch around 2:00. The restaurant has no views of anything and the ceiling the leaking. She told us just to sit away from the leaks. The hostess talked on her phone the whole time we were there about how uncrowded they were and she was bored. The restaurant is small and there were only 2 other parties there so it was easy to hear.As for the food.....gross! I had a Mahi Mahi sandwich and the Conch Chowder. The Mahi was dry and the sandwich was just a plain bun with lettuce and tomato. The conch chowder tasted like chili and I don't think it had any "conch". The menu had a lot of pasta and italian options so my one daughter ordered a pizza. It was literally a store bought crust with sauce smeared on and cheese melted....at least that is what it looked and tasted like. My other daughter ordered the chicken alfedo. The chicken was drenched in garlic salt and the alfedo sauce tasted like it was made with cream of mushroom soup. $65 later we were all still hungry and had to go to an early dinner.Many much better places to eatWe are very sorry that you were disappointed with your visit to Island Grill. As for the view I'm sure that you are aware that our waterfront location was completely devastated by a category 5 hurricane. We struggle to compensate with our great food and service. I wish that at the time you had brought your displeasure to my attention. I could have remedied it for you or compensated somehow. Ground conch is used in our award winning conch chowder maybe you are not familiar with conch chowder but it is traditionally red based and spicy. We will be returning to our waterfront location early 2019. until then if you come back in alert Gina to your return and I promise that you won't be disappointed! Many of us lost our homes and belongings as well as our job locations due to Irma. Although we strive for perfection unfortunately sometimes there is an off day. This review brought one of our staff to tears because it has been a tough year. maybe you could try to be a little kinder before you post and consider that.
4 based on 532 reviews
This was the first time my family had Cuban food! The waiter was very helpful in explaining what various items were on the menu. The food was fantastic~ very flavorful and fresh! We had and would recommend the Palomilla steak, shrimp po boy, plantains!
4 based on 4402 reviews
My family and I have just returned from a weekâs stay at the beautiful and intimate, newly refurbished Lorelei Londres hotel in Sorrento. This charismatic and lovingly restored hotel is actually an old Roman villa with original walls incorporated sympathetically and stylishly into their new home in the cellar. Itâs worth a little trip downstairs just to see them. Weâd argue the views from this hotel are some of the very best in the whole of Sorrento as the hotel is perfectly nestled beside and overlooking the sea and breakfast, supper or drinks outside is such a treat. It is a very short walk into town from the Lorelei. The hotel is pristine with stylish Italian marble and tile floors throughout, clean white walls everywhere and gold and turquoise hard and soft furnishings presumably designed to reflect the glorious Italian sunshine and Mediterranean waters the hotel sits beside. The restaurant is the best we experienced in the whole of Sorrento and it was such a pleasure to watch the open kitchen and talented chefs at work. Do visit if you get a chance. Everything we ate was delicate and delicious and we hope the restaurantâs reputation grows and grows. It certainly deserves to. Breakfast was wonderful too - bakery-fresh pastries, breads, jams, yoghurts, fresh and ripe fruit plus any cooked breakfast you could wish for. The restaurant and bar staff are super too. So warm, friendly, chatty and helpful. That goes for all the hotel staff. We are a family of five and treated ourselves to a junior suite (room 206) with balcony/terrace and hot tub overlooking the beautiful Sorrento sea and room 207 with twin beds. Both rooms were spacious, very clean and perfect. We loved the extra luxury of the balcony and would drink coffee, wine, read our books and enjoy the HUGE bath/hot tub outside every morning and evening. The bathrooms are very large too and come with plenty of super soft towels, robes and slippers. If the TripAdvisor rating system allowed me to do so, I would give this hotel 4.5 out of 5 but sadly TripAdvisor insists on me giving it 4 or 5. I have rather reluctantly given it 4 stars as we did experience the tiny problem of ants in both rooms and all over a bed and in the sheets on two different days. Obviously this wasnât very nice but we recognise this is outside of the hotelâs direct control. The team did change all the bedding for us straight away and cleared out both rooms for us. The other reason I have marked it down slightly is the noise in the hotel. While it is a very elegant hotel with marble and floor tiles everywhere, that does make it quite noisy and I was woken up a few times. Not by noisy guests or staff but simply by the fact it is full of hard surfaces and echoic. Iâd recommend popping lots of soft furnishings, cushions, curtains perhaps in the halls, restaurant and bar to deaden down that noise. An easy fix. Also, although the vast hot tub and bath on our balcony was lots of fun and we used it every single day, there is little privacy if people are staying in the room above you and sitting on their balcony. Again, Iâd recommend covering the metal railings on their balcony so they can enjoy the views of the sea and sky and not us in the hot tub! I noticed the main stairs to the second floor also overlook a different roomâs hot tub and privacy. As I say, this is a wonderful and special hotel with such warm and friendly staff. We would highly recommend it. Iâd like to give it 4.5 stars and these are suggestions rather than criticisms.
4 based on 2644 reviews
Morada Bay is not just a luxury destination. It is a destination that encompasses the laid-back lifestyle of the Florida Keys and the beauty of Islamorada. Located at MM 81.6, this bayside retreat offers two of the islandâs most delectable dining options,
We stopped here on our way to Key West for a drink. Very picturesque tropical place. Food and drinks a little on the pricey end but well worth stopping! Will be back.Thank you very much Rant01Fl,Much appreciated and your patronage cherished. Joyous Loving cheers MB
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