An amazing restaurant in Key Largo: [Snappers Oceanfront Restaurant]

One of our favorite places in the Keys is Snappers in Key Largo. It’s got a one-of-a-kind traditional Florida feel. The delicious Caribbean style seafood is yummy. And the food really helped make this place into the famous restaurant that it is today. The fish is generally caught fresh in the area. Fish is cooked several different ways.
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If you’re not into Caribbean style food that’s too bad, but there’s American style food as well. Snappers Key Largo photo Photo by yvetteSoler

How to Get to Snappers

To get to Snappers you’re going to ride a boat. Or you can get on Highway 1 and just go South. Either way you’ll end up at Snappers in Key Largo eventually. It’s not a trip that you want to rush. You’re on Key Largo time. Here is a link to Google Maps.

Background

Snappers is so popular that has a reputation well beyond the keys and its visited by many tourists who go to Florida. The view from our Tiki Bar and restaurant, or outdoor deck overlooking the marina speaks for itself. The establishment has endured hurricanes, floods, and pillaging by pirates and it’s rumored that the upstairs was once a house of prostitution. All the history, plus the one-of-a-kind coral designs have aided to develop the reputation and fame of Snappers.

Snappers Restaurant provides top quality dining with a Florida Keys feel at moderate prices in a casual atmosphere. Both locals and visitors alike are treated to a truly satisfying Keys experience when visiting Snappers. Whether you’re enjoying their Jazz Brunch on a Sunday morning or dining by the waterfront for lunch or dinner. When you dine you’re seated inside their dining room, or sipping a tropical cocktail in their Tiki Bar. (The Turtle Club).

Menu

The menu is amazing. You can get some small but tasty eats if you just want to sit in the Tiki bar with a drink.

Small and Tasty Eats
  • Wahoo Ceviche
  • Seared Yellowfin Tuna
  • “Smoking” Fish Spread
  • Calamari
  • Garlic Steamed Mussels
  • Chicken Wings
  • Crab Cakes
  • Mexican Shrimp Cocktail
  • Gator Bites
  • Tuna Nachos
  • Conch Fritters
  • Oysters on the 1/2 Shell
  • Freshly shucked prime oysters
  • Moscow Oysters

But there’s so much more at Snappers. You can bring your own fish that you caught that day and they’ll cook it for you. What’s better than that? We really don’t know.

Main Menu
  • Seafood Combo
  • Seafood Enchilada
  • Grilled 8 oz. Filet and a baked florida lobster tail with citrus butter
  • Shrimp 2 Ways
  • Shellfish Scampi
  • Bleu Cheese Encrusted Filet Mignon
  • Seared Yellowfin Tuna Steak
  • Pasta
  • Fresh Fish served Char Grilled or Blackened: The fish a lot people get are Tuna, mahi, hogfish, lobster, or shrimp
Sandwiches
  • Original Fish Sandwich
  • California Club