Whiskey Joe’s is one of the few waterfront spots in Key Biscayne where you can roll up all sandy and no one will care. This place is right next to a marina, so you can watch boats get pulled out of the water while you wash down perfectly fine fried gator bites and coconut mahi nuggets with frozen drinks that taste very good after a long day in the sun. Under no circumstances should you be sitting inside. Here, it’s an outdoor table or nothing at all.
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