Key Largo fisheries has been in business as a wholesaler/retailer since I started coming down to the Keys nearly 30 years ago. They recently added this little backyard food window facility which overlooks a nice harbor. I went on a quiet evening and asked about GF options and the newly employed person was rather unaware of what was needed, but seemed willing to help. We ordered some peel and eat shrimp and a grilled grouper with veggies, about as safe as I thought it could be. When both entries were completed, they has seasonings on top that I had to enquire about. The shrimp had Old Bay (GF) and the fish had Badia Complete Seasoning (GF). The staff didn't know whether Badia was GF, so the manager somewhat unenthusiastically brought me the container to check and I also looked it up online. It was the end of their day and the manager seemed a bit more interested in counting the cash receipts rather that be concerned about my food. In the end, I had no issues and the grouper was really good. I wouldn't recommend this to people with CD.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Outdoor location.. live music.. ended up purchasing crab and shrimp from their fresh market.. talked with manager and am excited to go back to eat there.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Great place and good food! Definitely worth a visit. Ask to speak to the manager and they will take care of you. Some options: fresh fish (grilled or blackened), veggies, salad, burger or chicken without bun, rice and beans. They even have a cauliflower flatbread. No reaction and highly sensitive. Will definitely come back as it’s one of the few places that were understanding and willing to help.