Dining Review

Chef Michael’s is quite a catch in Islamorada

 
 
Chef-owner Michael Ledwith with a hogfish on the terrace of his Chef Michael's in Islamadora.
Chef-owner Michael Ledwith with a hogfish on the terrace of his Chef Michael's in Islamadora.

Sun-Sentinel

There are many bad restaurants in the Florida Keys. There. I said it. It's not that I don't love the whole laid-back Keys aesthetic, but does the world really need another restaurant that serves dolphin sandwiches and bad beer?

That's why I was delighted to find myself at the 3-year-old Chef Michael's in Islamorada. "Peace, love and hogfish," the sign out front reads.

Read the review at Sun-Sentinel.com.

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