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Whole Lobster & Lobster Tails

Florida Lobsters

Spiny Lobster is a general name given to about four dozen species of clawless lobster found in tropical and subtropical waters worldwide, and in
cold waters of the Southern Hemisphere. In addition to the lack of claws, spiny lobster is distinguished from American lobster by the sharp, short spines along the length of the tail and body. Spiny lobsters are beautifully marked with bright green, blue and yellow spots on an orange or brown shell. The term "rock lobster" is interchangeable with "spiny lobster".

Key West Pink Shrimp

Key West Pink Shrimp

The majority of the shrimp harvested in Florida are the pink species. Pink shrimp found along the Atlantic coast are usually brown; those found along the northern Gulf coast are often lemon-yellow; and those found in the Florida Keys and harvested in the Dry Tortugas are pink.

Florida Stone Crab Claws

Florida Lobsters

The beauty of this prized shellfish with its sweet buttery taste is that all you have to do is bring it home, crack the shell and serve with melted butter – or if you insist, another type sauce.

You can heat the meat prior to serving, but it is not necessary. It’s hard to resist something that tastes this good and requires so little preparation.

Fresh Grouper & Snapper

Fresh Grouper & Snapper

Buy fresh caught Florida Keys grouper or Snapper. Grouper is a lean, white meat that is firm and moist with large flake and a sweet, mild flavor. For Snapper, Yellowtail, Mutton, or Mangrove Snapper. You choose! From the waters of the Florida Keys right to your table, buy fresh snapper.

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