Robert Is Here fruit stand Reopens for the Season

Indeed. Robert Is Here, again. After his customary time off in September and October, Robert Moehling and his family, plus their team of industrious helpers, are back in the Redland region.

The iconic fruit stands that sets the standards for high quality and amazing variety opened their doors again for the next ten months.

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Of course they’re known for the fresh-made tropical fruit milkshakes — with so many potential flavors and combinations — as well as the many flavors of honey, the fruit jams and jellies, the delicious sauces and chutneys… the list goes on seemingly without end.

In addition to citrus fruits like oranges, grapefruit, tangelos and tangerines, Robert sells more than twenty other fruits. Depending on the time of year you may find anon (sugar apple), atemoya, avocado, canestel (egg fruit), carambola (star fruit), Florida sweet onions, kumquat, key lime, lime, longan, lychee, mamey, mango, monstera, papaya, passion fruit, sapodilla, sapote (black), strawberries, sugar cane, tamarind and water coconut.

Kids enjoy the little zoo out back, climbing on the old tractors and seeing the antique trucks and cars on display. Everyone enjoys the live music on the weekends, and it’s a required stop for anyone traveling to or from the Everglades National Park.

They are open 8am – 7pm everyday from November to August. (Closed September and October)

Robert Is Here fruit stand
19200 SW 344 St. Homestead, FL 33034
305-246-1592https://robertishere.com/

2 thoughts on “Robert Is Here fruit stand Reopens for the Season”

  1. Love the updates but you don’t leave days and hours that you are open.
    Planning a trip from Pompano mid February .
    Are you open on Sunday’s ?
    What is open during the week,
    What hours?

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