About Us

We are located inside Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park on the secluded No Name Harbor with a picturesque view of the harbor and sunset. Family owned and operated, we have been serving authentic and traditional cuban food and only the freshestseafood for over 20 years. Our laid back atmosphere paired with our locally caught snapper, our variety of paellas and homemade ceviche has made us a favorite amongst Key Biscayne locals and boaters (voted two-time winner “Best Restaurant of Key Biscayne”).

Our doors are open 7 days a week. Come by and enjoy everything that our menu, and our one-of-a-kind location has to offer.

No Name Harbor

Located within the boundaries of Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park this natural harbor once was a food-rich rookery for herons, egrets, and other species of wildlife. Today, No Name Harbor is a popular anchorage amongst boaters and a one-of-a-kind destination for visitors with a spectacular scenery and stunning views.

Cape Florida Lighthouse

Located at the south end of Key Biscayne, this beautiful piece of history is the oldest standing structure in Miami-Dade County and was constructed in 1825 to guide mariners off the Florida Reef. It served as a lookout to protect the area from the pirates, Indians and other invaders that had been posing dangers to Florida throughout the 1700s and early 1800s.

Its past and stories are incredible but what’s most breathtaking are the stunning views once you finish the climb up the 109 stairs.

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

Cape Florida has long served as a beacon for freedom – from Seminole Indians seeking to remain in their Florida home, to runaway slaves and Black Seminoles who secretly gathered before taking safe passage to the British Bahamas. Now it marks a place to relax and enjoy the Florida sunshine on a beach often ranked in the Top 10 beaches nationwide.

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