Robert Is Here is a classic spot. The market sells fresh produce from Homestead, homemade hot sauces and jams, and also makes some of the best milkshakes in the universe. There’s also a makeshift zoo behind the store, where you can watch tortoises and goats hang out. It's an essential stop if you're on the way to the Keys.
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