“Sleep – the most beautiful experience in life – except drink.”
You won’t have to worry about going hungry (or thirsty!) at Postcard Inn Beach Resort and Marina at Holiday Isle. With multiple food and beverage options, we have exactly what you’re looking for at our Islamorada restaurants.
Rum Runners Island Bar
Get lost in relaxation with the Swiss Family Robinson-inspired Rum Runners Island Bar. Open daily until midnight, enjoy tropical libations and treat yourself to some light bites while taking in spectacular ocean views. Choose from any of the individual lookout towers to warn of pirate invasions or just to capture conversation and casual charm.
Holiday Isle Tiki Bar
For a true Florida Keys experience, spend some time at the vibrant and unique Holiday Isle Tiki Bar. Made famous for the 1972 creation of the original rum runner cocktail, this hot spot is open at noon on Monday through Friday and at 11AM on weekends. Rock out with live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights, 8PM until 1AM.
If you’re looking for family-friendly casual Islamorada dining, Shula’s 2 covers all bases, offering fresh seafood, steaks, salads, sandwiches and so much more, in addition to their delicious burgers. Enjoy any of these quality menu choices either indoors with the impressive collection of sports memorabilia and cool air-conditioning or out on the large covered deck. Shula’s 2 now serves BREAKFAST as well from 7:30am – 11am.
Jaws Raw Bar
No Florida Keys vacation is complete without sampling seafood favorites. Fried fish sandwiches, fish tacos, raw oysters, coconut shrimp, and conch chowder are just some of the specialties cooked fresh daily at Jaws Raw Bar. Enjoy these delectable offerings paired with gorgeous ocean views, 11AM to 9PM Sunday through Thursday and 11AM to 11PM Friday and Saturday.
Enjoy fun American fare picnic-style by the ocean at the ship-shaped Wreck Bar. This weekend favorite is open on Friday from 11AM to 5PM and on Saturday and Sunday from 11AM to 6PM.
After breakfast, burgers, seafood or cocktails…Who needs a hammock?