Discover Why Robbie’s of Islamorada is Featured by Top Media for Its Unique Charm

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Robbie’s of Islamorada, featured in acclaimed publications such as Vogue, The New York Times, HuffPost, and CNN, is a celebrated landmark in the Florida Keys known for its distinctive blend of adventure, culinary delights, and local culture. This beloved destination offers a window into the vibrant lifestyle of Islamorada, attracting visitors from all over the world. Come and discover why top media outlets celebrate Robbie’s as a quintessential part of the Florida Keys experience.

Hungry Tarpon Restaurant

Hungry Tarpon Restaurant

“Best BYOF: As you walk up to the Hungry Tarpon in Robbie’s Marina, you’ll feel like you’ve taken a step back in time to the “real” Keys. This rustic little fish shack in Islamorada has been standing since 1947.”


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Tarpon Feeding

VOGUE- Step Aside, Tulum These Are the Five Hottest Winter Escapes of 2016

Feeding the tarpon at Robbie’s, visiting the burgeoning arts district, and fishing should all also be on your to-do list while visiting the island. If you have time to journey to other nearby islands, the Ernest Hemingway.


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Robbie´s Marina of Islamorada
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People- 50 Things to Do, Eat & See in 2021 Now That We Can ‘Finally’ Travel Again!

Don’t miss these food finds along the Overseas Highway—the southernmost leg of U.S. Route 1—one of the most scenic drives in the country.


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Feed the tarpon in Robbie´s of Islamorada
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The New York Times
44 Islands and 41 Bridges: A Florida Keys Road Trip

He and I launched rental kayaks from Robbie’s marina in Islamorada, a popular stop for feeding tarpon the size of teenagers, and headed for the offshore Indian Key Historic State Park. 


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Sunset Cruises
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Florida by Water: Escape to an Island

How to Get Around: To reach Anclote Key, take a Sun Line Cruises ferry from Tarpon Springs or a Windsong Sailing Charters private sail (plus dinghy to reach the island) from New Port Richey. To visit Lignumvitae Key, rent a boat or kayak, or book a guided tour at Robbie’s Marina in Islamorada.


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Fishing a tarpon
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Aquatic Adventures Wahoo Fishing!

Swimming at speeds of 60mph Wahoo have a reputation for screaming line off a reel at blazing speeds! In this week’s Aquatic Adventures we head back to Islamorada, the fishing capital of the world, for some exciting fishing with Capt Joe Saba at Robbies Marina.


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Pelicans in a dock at Robbie´s Marina
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The ultimate 7-day Florida Keys itinerary

Next, arrow south and relax at Robbie’s Marina, known for its watersports, shops and the Hungry Tarpon Restaurant, where you can enjoy a seafood lunch. 


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‘Bloodline’ fan’s guide to the Florida Keys

Next, arrow south and relax at Robbie’s Marina, known for its watersports, shops and the Hungry Tarpon Restaurant, where you can enjoy a seafood lunch. 


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Mojito at Hungry Tarpon Restaurant
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10 Winter Vacation Gems: Use Your Hilton Honors Points™ And Beat The Winter Blues

This underrated island also offers an ideal launchpad to South Florida and the Keys. Take the Overseas Highway for a scenic drive further south to Islamorada for shopping and feeding the tarpon at Robbie’s Marina. Then, make a pit stop at the famous Holiday Isle Tiki Bar on your way back. 


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Meal at Hungry Tarpon Restaurant
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The 50 best spots for lunch in Florida Keys

The seafood restaurant Hungry Tarpon is located in Islamorada, and specializes in conch fritters, mahi tacos, and key lime pie. The real winner here was the conch tacos with their delicious fish flesh cooked to perfection.


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Island-hopping in the Keys

A very active day, beginning with a visit to Robbie’s Marina, where we are able to rent another kayak and paddle about a mile into the ocean to Indian Key, an uninhabited 10-acre island that was once a pirate haven and then the seat of Dade County, until an Indian attack in 1840 destroyed almost everything there.


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Feeding a tarpon
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Should You Visit the Florida Keys?

Islamorada: the town calls itself the Fishing Capital of the World. Go watch the massive beasts — aka the giant tarpons coming to feed every day at Robbie’s marina , an amazing ballet of schools of fish coming for crumbs and getting so fat! There is a charge of $1 to walk on the pier.


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Robbie’s of Islamorada

Voted The #1 Place To Visit in The Florida Keys

We are the “MUST” stop & visit place to experience the Florida Keys in one place. Just an hour away from Miami, Robbie’s is located in Islamorada. The perfect spot for outdoor lovers, foodies, local souvenirs, and art shopaholics or to make the most out of life and nature’s simple but memorable things. Robbie’s is voted the #1 place to visit in Islamorada for tourists. This is all thanks to a fantastic location and fun-filled activities such as feeding the Tarpon, snorkeling, fishing, kayaking, and more! Close to perfect, far from normal… Discover why coming here is one of Islamorada’s true gems!