It was outstanding and they will gladly cook your catch. So do plan on fishing for your dinner when time permits. Islamorada must have more restaurants per mile than most city centers in Florida. We tend to pick the waterfront location like Lazy Days at least once per day. Having scenic views up high is excellent.
Great restaurant. Lunch is a lot more reasonable as when you take out the dinner menu. I forget to check to see if they have boat parking, being on the waterfront is sweet. A bit more upscale was their focus.
This is where we ended our day yesterday, after first going out to Pickles Reef for an afternoon scuba dive. It is great and full of marine life in only 10-25 feet. Seeing all the fish will have ready to hit Lazy Days for a seafood Dinner with a View.
We stayed right there a block away at the Hampton Inn, mile marker 80. My customer review is all positive. The red snapper was the special, so we both got that. Go with blackened, not too hot. Just nice and spicy.