Retire in Cedar Key , FL

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** The AARP Livability Index scores neighborhoods and communities across the U.S. for the services and amenities that impact your life the most.
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1. Kona Joe's Island Cafe

Great food, service and location. Next time I'm in Cedar Key it's my first stop.

2. Robinson's Seafood

All You Can Eat was fantastic! Sea Bass, Crab Cakes and Fried Shrimp with pups and coleslaw for $13.95 - I was skeptical but pleasantly surprised. The fried...

3. 83 West

There must be an INREDBLE Chef in the back! WOW! I had the fried green tomatoes app to start. The remulaud was perfect. Then the house salad with great...

4. Big Deck Raw Bar

Have been back several times since first review. The fried shrimp is always very fresh and crunchy. The beer is nice and cold. The atmosphere is great !!!!...

5. Tony's Seafood Restaurant

Yes get the chowder, my mistake was to get a cup rather than a bowl. Got the platter for 2, which is the same Amt of food as the platter for one, just w...

1. Southern Hills Plantation Golf Course Maintenance

Beautiful but tough course. Greens today were like glass. Course is in fantastic shape also. Could use some rangering to speed up play. I started with two...

2. World Woods Golf Club - Pine Barrens

Pine barrens is a solid 5 star track attached to a 2.5 star clubhouse. The course is in a very remote location so there's not much in the area to detract...

3. Skyview Clubhouse

Beautiful club set on one of the highest points in florida right down the block from Ted williams house. Can't wait to go back

4. Citrus Hills Golf & Country Club

beautifully facility with the most amazing tiki bar you'll think your in a pacific island somewhere in between views of the golf course.

5. Ironwood Golf Course

Giving a more recent review to Ironwood! If you are looking for an unpretentious place to play golf in the area, Ironwood is your place! The small group...

1. Cedar Key Paddling

So fun and what an amazing small, local business to give our business to! Danny is a class act and gave us a great route to take on the canoe. Our trip out...

2. Cedar Key Fishing Pier

This is such a beautiful spot to watch the sunset. Cedar Key is a little Florida treasure. Located in the armpit of Florida this tiny place is like a mini...

3. Saltwater Assassin Fishing Charters

We went out with Captain Jim and caught our limit in red fish in the first 30 minutes! We also caught plenty of speckled trout and triple tail. We are...

4. Barracuda Bob's Island Surf & Sports

Barracuda bobs has to be one of the best bait shops in Florida their always welcoming they always help me find the right price for my fishing needs and...

5. Cedar Key Boat Rentals and Island Tours

Fun relaxing and informative. Neat people running it!!! Thanks

1. Florida Museum Of Natural History

This museum is free for students and reasonably priced for non students. They always have good exhibits (both recurring and rotational). Very family...

2. Hippodrome State Theatre

Having worked at the Hipp and having been a patron for years before/after, there is not a single bad thing I could say about it. The shows are spectacular....

3. Kanapaha Botanical Gardens

If you want to visit Gainesville, this botanical garden is a good spot to be. Please allow minimum two hours to enjoy the garden. This garden is wheel chair...

4. Cedar Lakes Woods and Gardens

Absolutely stunning! Very clean, very organized. Beautiful landscape to take great pictures. It is very nice to relax. Totally recommended it.

5. Copp Winery

Like everyone else has said, Copp is a true hidden gem of the Citrus County area. The beer and wine are great quality, prices are easy, and the atmosphere...

1. Cedar Keyhole Artist Co-op and Gallery

A lovely small gallery of original art jewelry, pottery etc, made by local craftsmen. A must do stop every time I go to Cedar Key.

2. Cedar Key Canvas

Very nice canvas bags. They have a showroom full of many varieties & will do custom colors and monogramming if you can pick it up later. Very reasonably...

3. Island Trading Post

We were walking around town and stopped in for some ice cream. We had the chocolate peanut butter which was delicious. We bought some other souvenirs while...

4. Island Arts

There's a lot of art on display here some pieces are not quite as sophisticated and complicated as other pieces but it's a great store and a lot of art on...

5. Salty Needle Quilt Store

Super nice owner. Has enough to wet the whistle of a quilter. She has a good selection of beach themed fabric and batiks.

1. John French Massage Therapy

I recently moved to Gainesville and stumbled upon John French Massage Therapy by trusting the reviews online and I am so glad I did! From the moment I...

2. Cruz Davis Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

Who doesn't hate going to the dentist....but Dr. Cruz-Davis is so comforting, friendly, and best of all, he's got mad skilz. Highly recommended.

3. Chiropractic Solutions of Gainesville

After my first two visits, I want to express my thanks to both doctors for their professional concern for my condition and treatment options. They listen!...

4. Day Dental

Ok. Lets face it, I don't like going to the dentist. In my mind, it is as bad as ... as ... going to the dentist. Usually, for me, anyway, I spend more time...

5. Quinn Eye Center

Awesome, awesome, awesome service!!?Im not from the area and found this place through my health insurance. I looked up reviews first because I'm huge on...

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