Monthly Archives: March 2011
Last night’s Episode of Throwdown! with Bobby Flay was filmed right here at beautiful Tranquility Bay! Bobby challenged Jim Brush and Alison Sloat, four-time winners of Nation’s Best Key Lime Pie by the American Pie Council and owners of the local Key West Key Lime Pie Company. It was a close call, but in the end Bobby narrowly won with his clever addition of coconut rum to his pie’s whipped topping. It was a fun night for everyone, and an honor for such a distinguished chef to come to the Keys and challenge our local pie experts. If you want to try Bobby’s pie recipes from the episode, they are available here.
Commercial air travel is once again returning to the Middle Keys! Yet another way to get to Tranquility Bay. We wish AirStar all the best in this new and exciting venture. Read keysnet.com’s full coverage here.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Tranquility Bay! We hope everyone has a fantastic holiday, be sure to come over and try our St. Patty’s special menu at TJ’s tiki bar and Butterfly Cafe.
Join us on St. Patrick’s Day and sample our delicious St. Patrick’s Day menu at the Butterfly Cafe and TJ’s Tiki Bar.
I’m happy to announce that for the 3rd year in a row, we have been named the #1 Place in Marathon to have a wedding by the Best of Marathon Awards.
Its 70°F and sunny here at Tranquility Bay. Wind is from the North at 10 mph and seas will be at 1-2 feet this morning, but calming later in the afternoon.
The Marathon Seafood Festival is coming up on the 12th and 13th of March, and Tranquility Bay wants you to be able to experience it for yourself. We are now offering our first ever Seafood Festival special rate, available exclusively on our rates page. The Seafood Festival is a celebration of fish, stone crab, lobster tails and shrimp from the Florida Keys. Along with copious seafood, this years festival will feature cheap beverages, live music, a rock climbing wall and over 200 vendors of art, crafts and clothing.
It’s 76°F and a little cloudy here at Tranquility Bay. Wind is from the East at 13 MPH. Another perfect day in paradise.