Very charismatic. Food was good, but not great. Service friendly and prompt. Beer was cold. Worth the stop for the experience, but not a place I would frequent.
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This place is a little hard to find unless you are purposefully going there. It's a nice diversion from a part of US 1 on the drive down the Keys. It has a fun junkyard vibe to it. We were lucky to get a table...More
Take the road less travelled as you head down to Key Largo and the rest of the Keys and you will come across a gem of Old Florida. Alabama Jacks, founded in 1950s is a funky "beach bar" chock full of nostalgia of the Keys,...More
I live in Key Largo and have tried to give this place the benefit of the doubt several times, but the service is so bad, I wont go back. It seems to just be filled by bikers and day trippers from Homestead and Miami. Perhaps...More
My wife and I were vacationing in Key Largo. The Fodar's reference guide listed Alabama Jack's. We were looking for local flavor and this place delivered in spades! It's a little out of the way, but worth the ride. My wife and I each had...More
We were on our way to the Keys on our Harley from Miami, someone recommended "forget 1 South - take this side trip". So glad we did! Perfect way to get into "island mode". The conch fritters are the best!!!! Bartender & wait staff fun,...More
We visit the Keys to go scuba diving and we always try to make Alabama Jacks for our exit from Key Largo. It is a noisy, crowded, bar in a beautiful location on the water. They boast the best Conch Fritters in the Keys but...More