Mike Forster, owner of Mangrove Mike’s Cafe in Islamorada, is offering free meals to police officers of all agencies serving Monroe County.
Mike Forster, owner of Mangrove Mike’s Cafe in Islamorada, is offering free meals to police officers of all agencies serving Monroe County. Photo by David Goodhue The Reporter
Mike Forster, owner of Mangrove Mike’s Cafe in Islamorada, is offering free meals to police officers of all agencies serving Monroe County. Photo by David Goodhue The Reporter

Keys restaurant to cops: We found a way to thank you

July 24, 2016 10:05 AM

UPDATED July 24, 2016 10:07 AM

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