In 1988, our owner discovered an overgrown and abused 20-acre tract of land on the Atlantic Ocean and he fought overzealous developers in their scheme ... More
In 1988, our owner discovered an overgrown and abused 20-acre tract of land on the Atlantic Ocean and he fought overzealous developers in their scheme to erect a 200-unit condominium complex. Two years later, he acquired the property and transformed it into a picturesque, environmentally friendly South Seas style resort called The Moorings Village. In March 1997, the Morada Bay Beach CafA(C) opened, offering guests a beautiful sunset view from bayside tables, a casual surfing and sailboard interior and an eclectic bistro style menu. Created to evoke the feel of a beach cafA(C) where the Hawaiian and Californian surfers and sailboarders would relax after a day on the water, The CafA(C) is an outdoor Mediterranean bistro set in the sand, with inside and outside bars, unique live entertainment, a large child-friendly beach with giant Adirondack chairs, and renowned Full-Moon Parties every month.
We have been to 56 restaurants in the Keys and our favorite is Morada Bay. The food and service are consistently excellent and the setting on a sandy beach is beautiful, particularly at sunset. It is invariably the restaurant we choose when we have guests and we have never been disappointed. Check out their full moon party, an experience not to be missed.
Stopping in for dinner or lunch is a must if your going to or passing through Islamorada. The food is incredible. I have gone with my children and I enjoyed my visit just as much when I went with some of my friends. You can't beat the outdoor dinning and live music(you never want to leave). I have recommended this resturant to many of my friends and family.
Wonderful place to have dinner and watch the sunset. We had a table on the sand on the small private beach. All the food was excellent and the 32 oz drink keeps you occupied for awhile (though not very strong). Dinner was a bit pricey but well worth it for the food and location. After dinner you can stay on their beach, sit in one of the beach chairs and watch the sunset. Also plenty of room for kids to play. Great place!
We own a home in the keys and are there most every weekend. We always stop at your place on our way home Sunday afternoon.The food is wonderful and the place is beautiful and Bolivar is great, service is excellent. Plan on going to full moon party next Saturday. Was wondering if you could let me know where you buy those beautiful round tables that you have, I love, love, them? Would appreciate it if you could email me or I can find out next Saturday. Have a happy week. Sincerely, Lorraine Prevost
Although often advertised as a 'beach cafe', Morada bay has a style of it's own. Whether dressed in flipflops and shorts, or dressed up for the evening, you are comfortable at Morada Bay. There are only a few seats inside, but who wants to sit in when you have a beautiful beach to sit on (the sand is trucked in). There are beautiful sunset views, outstanding beachside music, and best of all, lots of areas for the kids to run and play in the sand and around the palm trees. We spend at least one evening every springbreak at Morada Bay since our oldest was 2 years old. She is now 15, and still enjoys going with us. As far as food goes, they have a fine menu with very good daily specials. The drinks are fantastic...don't miss getting one of the oversized margarita's served in a jar complete with a glow stick!
Sharing the beach with the upscale Pierre's restaurant next door, you fit right in dressed up, dressed down, with kids or a romantic evening for two.
Be sure and get their early if you don't want to wait for a table....but the wait is most of the fun!
Great food and wonderful outdoors. Live music most evenings. A few too many minimally controlled kids outside, but not a deal breaker. Very expensive, especially for Islamorada. 2 bar drinks and 4 shrimp (delicious), $29 + tip. Packed on weekends in season. Great setting and great food.
The atmosphere was beautiful and definately child friendly -- you can let you child play and run in the sand while you drink and watch the sunset on adirondak chairs. The food & drinks were a little too steep in price ($10 for a salad...$32 for 5 scallops...$10 for a glass of wine). Honestly, we've had better food for less (like at restaurant MM 88). I hate to say anything bad about this nice place but if you're frugal like us, you'll get more value somewhere else.
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