Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Looe Key Tiki Bar Review and More on Joel Prick

In the US we have some of the finest jails in the world and a bureaucracy unrivaled in the western hemisphere.  I made the trip to Key Weird to check on Joel's Status.  He has a public defender and everything just like a real American!  I, of course can't get a hold of the public defender, but he has one! I also talked to his proscecutor and she is willing to work with the family on his release.  Now tell me American ain't a great place!  So as soon as the family can have a representative here to accompany Mr. Prick back home we will have a happy ending.

Now that I am finished with my international duties, back to the good stuff.  Today we are reviewing the Looe Key Tiki Bar.  For some reason when ever I review a restaurant I get special treatment.  Perhaps because I tell them I am reviewing the restaurant and start typing the review while they watch.  With my following of dozens of loyal readers, they bend over backwards.

First up, Looe Key Tiki has wifi which is very nice for tourist and locals alike.  The menu is pretty solid for a tiki bar with appetizers from $2.95 for nachos and cheese to $12.95 for 1/2 pound of peel and eat shrimp.  There are also the usual apps for the Keys including fresh smoked fish dip.  Soups Salads and side are basic with conch chowder daily and a soup of the day, house and Caesar salads that you can kick up with chick, fish or shrimp and generous helpings of onion ring, fries or cheese fries.

The sandwiches are most popular with the Cuban mix a big seller and my favorite fried shrimp sandwich.  Prices are about average meaning moderately over priced.  Since they come with fries, the price is a bit more reasonable than many places.  The seafood baskets are generous and in the normal Keys price range.

Well I am going to finish my calamari and look for more mischief to get into.  Marathon in the Florida Keys should be your next fishing vacation destination. Join us for charter fishing, fishing guide trips or our fishing 101 so you can fish on your own with better success.

Tight lines,

Capt. Dallas


  1. Capt, that's more like it. 8 posts in 12 days. that has to be a record! you have an interesting life and you live in a great place.your adventures keep us warm up here in on bloggin! joe

  2. You did a good thing.

  3. We as a family of (Joel) are very greatful to Captan. There are still decent people on this planet!!

    God bless you.