Ragtime’s in Jacksonville has some great cajun style food, it is right off A1A.
I miss it tremendously!
It got hit hard by the 2005 hurricanes, and from what I understand is going or has gone thru much renovation.
Leaving tomorrow and just wanted to thank everyone for their suggestions. I believe they will make this road trip one to remember. Again thank you roadfooder’s
Hobo’s in the marina of the same name (Key Largo)- great lunch specials.
Further south is the Hungry Tarpon (Breakfast and Lunch only) and behind it Robbies Marina – feed the enormous Tarpon under his decks for $3.
I second the card sound road/Alabama Jacks rec – It will get you in a "Keys" state of mind. Great place to chill out.
Roossy sorry I meant Islamorada. I love it there. Don’t you miss it?
Okay, okay, thanks sk Bob and John A, I’ll check out your suggestions (except perhaps the Denny’s) the next time I visit family in the area. Thank you.
I was thinking of the main concrete hotel area on 1A aka Atlantic Avenue in Daytona Beach itself, where so much seems so plastic, not the types of places the Sterns and I like to dine, but you give me hope.
How about the crack’d conch in key largo? Good conch and other sea food.
Do you mean Lor-e-lei in Islamorada?
On MM 82 Bayside?
I didnt know there was one in Marathon.
I bartended at the one in Islamorada for 4 years in the early to mid 90’s, and lived in Marathon in 1990….
Ballyhoo in Key Largo and Lorilei’s in Marathon. Freshest seafood ever….plus you get to eat in Paradise.[8D]
Key Largo Fla. Rib Daddy’s. Mile Marker 102.5 (305)451-0900. This one is a five star stop.
Apparently you have never been to "Inlet Harbor" or "Down the Hatch", a couple of Roadfood type seafood restaurants in Ponce Inlet on A1A. There are others as well as a number of very good small breakfast places. Actually, unless you take the ferry from New Smyrna Beach to Ponce Inlet you would have to get off A1A onto Rt. 1 in New Smyrna Beach. [:)]
voygeur, what do you mean road food is "nonexistent" along the Daytona Beach hotel strip ? open your eyes.
in Ormond Beach theres Julianos Dining room, great prime rib, waffle house, bone fish grill, denny’s, just to name a few.
In Daytona Beach theres the Ocean Deck on the water, Stavro’s pizza, Biggins ( if youget tired of eating ) Crabby Joes on a dock over the water.
when you cross the Dunlawton bridge and head south on 1 stop at Famous Phillys , great cheese steaks.
Oops, I meant I-95…..
If my failing memory recalls correctly, Dixie Highway is also called US 1, and goes straight to Key west. It also has sidetracks thru North Miami beach all the way thru Miami proper, into Brickell avenue and then goes close to I-05 and then into homestead and fla city, to Key west, but thre are several name changes.
I think it is mostly called dixie highway thru most of the coastal cities and runs along I-95.
I suggest you get a MOSt curennct consie map of it.
which means all the way thrusome of the most lovelist and nastiest parts of dade county. miami to homestead)
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