Robbie’s at Islamorada 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 trade winds, 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 have to offer.
It a great place to jump on a boat and do a spot of deep sea fishing, if you aren't a fan of fishing not to worry, hop on board anyway and enjoy sunbathing on the top deck! Many people take this easy option, believe us. Another reason people flock to Robbies is to hand-feed the Tarpon. These incredible fish, some up to 5 feet long, gather around the boardwalk for an hourly helping of bait. It's a great kodak moment and kids young and old will squeal with delight as these slimey creatures head towards them!