Third Annual Stone Crab Festival to Feature Key Largo’s Best Catch

KEY LARGO, Florida Keys — Offering excellent uninformed internal seafood, live low-pitched entertainment, cooking demonstrations, contests and kids’ fun, a Key Largo Stone Crab Seafood Festival is set for Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 28-29, during Rowell’s Marina, mile pen 104.5 bayside.

Sponsored by a Key Largo Fisheries and Key Largo Merchants Association, a third annual eventuality is to be a tasty weekend of family fun, food and fish from internal waters. Attractions embody humanities and crafts, businessman booths, fireworks, a automobile show, performances by a steel drum rope and live song by Nashville entertainers.

Among a highlights for kids are face painting, a sorcery show, a small charmer contest, fishing workshops and a “return” of Black Caesar and his organisation to give piratical demonstrations.

Seafood booths are to offer tasty mill crab claws, homemade fish dip, conch fritters, chowders, tuna nachos and more. Landlubbers can name Jamaican jerked chicken, sausage or beef during burger and prohibited dog booths.

Attendees can revisit cooking tents for tips on how to digest and assimilate favorite Keys dishes such as conch egg rolls, crab cakes, lobster and conch ceviche, grilled oysters and coconut mahi-mahi.

Back by renouned direct are shrimp-eating and Key orange pie–eating contests.

Festival hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $5 per adult and giveaway for children age 12 and under. Pets and coolers are not allowed.

Event deduction advantage Florida Keys Youth Sports.

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Key Largo caller information: or 800-822-1088


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