Islamorada Fishing, Boat Rentals, Snorkeling, and More
Robbie’s rests peacefully among coconut palms with shimmering views of the nearby islands where the unspoiled Florida Bay and the exquisite Atlantic Ocean converge. Cooled by the gentle tradewinds, and cantilevered over crystal-clear aquamarine waters, with a private sandy beach, one cannot help but understand why so many artists have chosen this place to immortalize in paintings. Robbie’s comprises quaint and discreet pavilions surrounded by lush tropical landscaping offering a taste of everything the Keys has to offer.
An eclectic fusion of nostalgic Florida Keys understated elegance with the more modern conveniences of shopping for beads, fine art, and hammocks. Dining at eateries, sidewalk vendors to five star cuisine overlooking the water, in one of Islamorada’s most discreetly placed restaurants—even the most discriminating of visitors will find themselves captivated by everything Robbie’s has to offer.
Whether your passion leads you kayaking the mangrove creeks and streams of the Bay; hand feeding the majestic silver king from the dock; battling deep sea fish ala Ernest Hemingway; captaining your own boat around the islands; island hopping with a guide; snorkeling the country’s largest barrier reef; sipping cold beers as you watch the kids feed the tarpon and pelicans; or shopping for that perfect Keys souvenir—Robbie’s has it all.
For information on kayaking, please call 305-664-4878.
As a jumping off point to visit the historic islands of Lignumvitae Key and Indian Key, Robbie’s offers tours to each historic and fascinating island. As a world-famous family favorite destination, where pets are always welcome, Robbie’s offers a taste of the Keys.
Come for the hour or come for the day. Either way, like all of the adventurers, artists, and sportsmen who’ve come before you, we’re confident you will be back!
“8 years later still as great”
September 18, 2016
We were keen to revisit this laid back gem and it was worth the wait. Great service both at dinner and breakfast and loved the food too, my favorite this trip for Key Lime Pie. So much people watching, a vibe all of it’s own and you can still feed the tarpon here which is great fun.
September 18, 2016
We stopped here to see the tarpon and were not disappointed. My only tip is to just pay the $1 to look at them, and watch other people feed them. We bought a $3 bucket of fish and I think 1 tarpon jumped out of the water and grabbed the fish out of my husband’s hand. It was crazy to see. The fish are definitely overfed and barely hungry. There’s a nice looking restaurant here, a couple of vendors, and paddle boarding. It’s worth a stop.
“We stop every time we’re in the Keys”
Sept. 19, 2016
I just love this place. So much fun to feed the tarpon. Food is good – especially breakfast. And it’s fun to wonder around the craft area.
“Lunch with a view”
Arrived for lunch time friendly welcome we got to pick were we wanted to sit. The view is just beautiful the music is Vibeing. You feel the island life here. The food was delicious as well as drinks. Our son loved his shrimp basket with rice and beans. We had coconut shrimp appetizers so good sauce was different which we liked and shared a burger that was good sweet potato fries loved. Just so relaxing and so hard to day bye too. We will be back.
This is our place for a quick breakfast on our way to Key West. Love it! We usually have eggs and bacon but I’ve had a fish with mine too. The lunch sandwiches are great, but get there early. The fish by the pier love to be fed and the kids do a good job of not falling in. The arts and crafts for sale in the area on the side are priced to sell and are very attractive.