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Great Falls, Virginia
June 17, 2008
From journal Sunny Florida 2008
Florida Keys, Florida
May 16, 2006
From journal Dining in the Florida Keys
by Bill Maine
May 4, 2006
The Morada Bay Beach Cafe it the kind of place that I would want to celebrate my 60th birthday, so this April we did! We've been here a number of times, never been disappointed and always enjoy the food, the service, the casual atmosphere, the music, and the sun-sets!
For my birthday we pulled out all the stops enjoying tropical coctails, a bottle of wine, conch chowder, exotic salads, great olive tapenade and seafood entrees that included yellowtail snapper and dolphin (mahi-mahi, not Flipper). Although the tab was not inconsequential at $158, it was worth every penny—and you can eat here for a lot less.One of the great things about Morada Bay is the atmosphere, most tables are outside, some under umbrellas, there are Adirondak chairs, a wide expanse of man made beach, and they welcome kids! People bring their children who sometime eat from the kid's menu of mooch from their parents, I've even seen evidence of picnic bags for the children who would rather play on the beach than eat anyway! Children's "coctails" are served with lightstick swizzle-sticks that get ample use after the sun goes down. Its also fun to see the little ones dancing with Mom, Dad, or each other and slipping up to the band stand to deposit tips for the musician.I've been to the Keys six times in 5 years and haven't missed Morada Bay yet, neither should you.
From journal Florida Keys Days
July 13, 2003
The restaurant dining area sits on a patio that is located directly on the beach. We always buy light sticks at the nearby World Wide Sportsman and the children love to play games with them on the beach.
The menu offers a wide selection of delicious local seafood, and other entrees are available for land lovers. This restaurant serves the best seafood I have experienced in the Keys and the setting is truly ideal. The kids run and play on the beach with swarms of other children, and they stop by their table only briefly to wolf down their tasty fish fingers from the surprisingly reasonable children's menu. This restaurant is a must for family vacationers.
From journal Family Fun in the Florida Keys