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An Annual Affair

The Finest Seafood

Join us on the Pier at Stock Island Marina Village on April 20th, from 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM, to taste the finest seafood the Florida Keys have to offer. We've assembled delicious treats from the best chefs in Stock Island, Key West and the Lower Keys.  Check out our participating restaurants in the Food Section.



only the best

Craft Beers

We have assembled a selection of the finest craft beers from favorites including Florida Keys Brewing, Wynwood, Cigar City, Oskar Blues, Funky Buddha, Due South, Founders, Boulevard, Dogfish Head, Left Hand, Victory, Southern Tier, Magic Hat, Saltwater and Tampa Bay Brewing.


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salty oyster dockside bar


matt's stock island kitchen & Bar

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Music, Arts, Community
& More...

While you're experiencing the delicious seafood and tasty craft beers, browse the creative works of local artists and craftspeople.  Enjoy the sounds of our musical performers and learn more about the organizations helping the charities and businesses in our community.

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ARtists, Artisans and craftspeople

Stroll the main pier of the beautiful Stock Island Marina Village while you browse the works of local artists. Pick up some unique gifts from local artisans and craftspeople.  Celebrate the spirit and creativity of the people of the Lower Keys!

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Music on the pier

Enjoy music on the pier all afternoon, highlighted by local favorites. More info coming soon.

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WE thank our SPonsors

Many thanks to our sponsors  and hosts, Stock Island Marina Village, Perry Hotel Key West, and our promotional partner, Stock Island Times and Conch IT. 

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Community Support

We thank our community partners, United Way of the Florida Keys and the Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce for their support of local families and businesses. 

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Stock Island Marina Village

Come experience all the atmosphere and amenities at the largest deep water marina in the Florida Keys, located at 7005 Shrimp Road on Stock Island.  

The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore.
— Vincent Van Gogh