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Posted by Harley Rider on 01/28/2013
Good food, great atmosphere, unique restaurant. Stopped here twice and was not disappointed either time. Very unusual place, almost like having a picnic on the river. Will stop any time I'm in the area. Too bad I live in Michigan.
Posted by Capt. Dr. Bob on 09/05/2012
Technically just north of the Keys, above Key Largo on Card Sound Rd. I live in Marathon, Fl. Keys, and get up to Miami once or twice a month, for shopping, trapshooting, or just to get off the "Rock". No trip back is complete without a stop at Alabama Jack's. Their conch salad and conch fritters are the best I have had throughout the Keys and beyond. I can't vouch for the rest of the menu, since that's all I ever order, but everyone seems to enjoy the other menu items as far as I can tell. I sit at the bar, my cold beer is magically replenished as soon as it's emptied by "the Dawg" My order is promptly filled, I've never been disappointed in 10 years. A little sloppy service? A mistake on your order? Hey, this is the Keys. Relax, sit back, enjoy the atmosphere, they'll sort it out.
Posted by 320Traveler on 07/02/2012
We stopped here on our way out of the Keys. It was a little out of the way but it looked and sounded fun. After arriving we realized that it was all out door sitting but the music was good so we stayed that was our first mistake. After we got sat our waitress came over and gave us a pitcher of water and some plastic cups and made us pour our own water and returned 20 min later to take our order. The food took over a hour to arrive which was brought out not by our server. A dish was forgot and it took another 15 minutes to get that. The food was just OK at best and every thing is pretty much fried so there is no reason it should have take that long.
Posted by Denise Keaton on 05/03/2011
I love the atmosphere and the food. I dream about returning for crab cake sandwiches and fried conch fritters. One day soon.....I'll be back!
Posted by Congobar on 01/23/2010
Decent food, I think it was actually a floating on a large barge (not large Marge!) in an inlet, swamp-like, kind of had a bayou feel to it. Bluegrass - country-rock music playing while an older woman smiled, dancing alone on dancefloor wearing a large, long colorful dress. I was there with my family for lunch, and bet it rocks at night.
Posted by Miami Mary on 01/01/2010
This is a great taste of what the Keys used to be and should still be.