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Robbie's of Islamorada, Islamorada

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Feed the giant tarpon fish at Robbie's of Islamorada, a popular tourist spot on the island. The small marina features boat rentals, a restaurant famous for its Bloody Mary cocktail, and a dock where you can have fun feeding the tarpon. Browse the open market and check out the variety of souvenirs, clothes, and art made by locals. Besides hanging out at the marina, you can also take a snorkeling or fishing trip, as well as a guided tour of the island. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Islamorada holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Robbie's of Islamorada and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Robbie's of Islamorada reviews

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  • Feeding the tarpon wasn't at all what I expected. Children as young as 4 and 5 feeding them so I never thought I would get my hand bit open. There were signs about how the pelicans might attack you... 
    Feeding the tarpon wasn't at all what I expected. Children as young as 4 and 5 feeding them so I never thought I would get my hand bit open. There were signs about how the pelicans might attack you...  more »
  • Our a experience was terrible, we waited for 1 and a half hours for 5 breakfasts, and we got 1 after that time and having to ask for it, and the breakfast we got was not even what we had ordered, the....  more
    Our a experience was terrible, we waited for 1 and a half hours for 5 breakfasts, and we got 1 after that time and having to ask for it, and the breakfast we got was not even what we had ordered, the....  more »
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  • This place is a must stop when driving to Key West. The entire family can stretch their legs, see the sights, feed the fish and even get something to drink and eat. Check out all the pictures because this place is really fun. I highly recommend that you feed the fish, we saw a manatee up close, even though your nit supposed to feed them people did anyway and they are really fun to watch. The pelicans are really mean so be careful. The water is super clear and there is a lot of wild life swimming around. Again this is a place to stop!
  • If I could give a lower rating I would. I came here 3 years ago, and the reason I return was because it was so fun at that time. Things have apparently went way downhill since then. Stopped by the hungry tarpon which was somewhat busy. Waited 5 minutes in line, but was seated immediately by the water. So far, excellent! Then began the wait, and wait, and wait as we watched and listened to our should be waiter try to convince the customer behind us to put in a good word at another job on his behalf. This went on for 20 minutes as our waiter actively tried to get a job somewhere else as he actively ignored his current employment situation (hope the potential employer was paying attention). Anyway after 25 minutes we called it and left. We're here for the rest of the week, and I love feeding the tarpons, but this frustration was not long lived as we were pushed to better (and cheaper) options down the road. I would recommend looking around. There are less famous, cheaper, and better value for dollar locations everywhere once you leave this tourist trap.

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