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Cuban place on Marathon?

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knucklesandwich Aug 13, 2012 03:18 PM

There was a Cuban restaurant on Marathon back in the 20th century that had a great rendition of roast pork (that may have been barbecued?), and a memorable lobster bisque.

Any conchs out there know this place? Is it still around?

  1. 3MTA3 Aug 16, 2012 03:16 PM

    Back in '87,I worked at Hawks Cay kitchen 80 hours a week, wife taught at the Catholic school across the cut, and waited tables at that joint on weekends. I had the broiled fish, garlic sauce, plantains,ricenbeans every time I was there. Best year of my life.....

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      Snorkelvik Oct 19, 2012 06:06 AM

      didn't they have a raft on the wall that the owner floated in on?

      I remember having the deep fried fish that came standing up on your plate, looking like it was still swimming.

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        3MTA3 Nov 12, 2012 06:56 PM

        My wife and I would hit hit road as soon as we could, 50 minutes to Key West, watching the sun set. Buy a couple hand rolled cigars and watch the performers and merchants on 'Old' Mallory Square. .Kyushu for sushi was very good, every time. It was an 'education in seafood', letting the chef to fix whatever he wanted. yeah

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          TerryG Nov 23, 2012 03:36 PM

          But is it still around? Seems like this is the key question OP is asking.

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