If you’ve ever wanted to watch a shark feeding frenzy without being on the dinner menu, this Florida restaurant is your go-to spot.

Get ready to record your best Instagram video because The Stoned Crab in Key West incorporates their daily fish cleaning into a must-see, family-friendly show.

The shark feeding tradition began after the owner, Chris Holland, realized sharks would congregate at the restaurant after the fisherman would clean the catch of the day near the dock.

More sharks began showing up and soon more people did too.

“We started to notice people watching,” Holland said. “We loved watching it, too.”

Around 23 sharks arrive daily for the organized feeding schedule and customers are invited to watch and feed the sharks using bait and long tongs.

Bring the kids because any youngsters who are brave enough to feed the sharks get a sticker naming them official Key West commercial fishermen.

If you go:

The Stoned Crab, 3101 N Roosevelt Blvd, Key West
Shark feeding times: 1 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. (weather permitting)

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Laura Jazmin Tolliver is a digital reporter for GateHouse Media Group’s Florida team, based in West Palm Beach, Fla. Jaz’s stories, which run across digital, print and video platforms, are syndicated across the 22 Florida newspaper markets.