Along with their oyster bar, the menu includes such seafood delights as broiled garlic crusted oysters, fish and chips, steamed clams, peel and eat shrimp, and so much more. If beach dining is preferred, guests can enjoy their dinner on candlelit tables lined by tiki torches. Well, the locals do too. With highly attentive service and startlingly contemporary designs, Ambrosia sets a high bar for Japanese dining. Get the best Cuban and Mexican food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! Celebrating twenty years in Key West is this unique, open-air restaurant. Reminds us of a steak and lobster house of years ago, usually near the beach, serving up generous prime rib, lobster, and local fresh fish. All dishes call for an ice cold beer.
As if hosting a party in their own home, Isch and Forste take turns cooking family recipes and charming diners with witty stories. The private courtyard once home to Hemingway's boxing matches is filled with roaming chickens and lounging cats soaking in the sun. Finish with the Spicy Chocolate Quesadilla. Offering on their menu a variety of espressos, frappuccino, teas and refreshers. Menu items like the caramelized grouper, the guava empanadas with pork, and the stuffed lobster make the menu gourmet and eclectic. For a romantic dinner or a truly special occasion, reserve a table an hour before sunset on the patio at on Sunset Key. The menu by Chef Todd Holender offers fresh seafood adorned with tropical fruits.
Phone: 305 294-9424 Delicious small-plate tapas restaurant, hidden away in Bahama Village. Once the plans have been finalized, we will post the new details and menu. Location: 301 Whitehead Street Hours: Open every day, 11am-10pm. You'll love the laid-back vibe and delicious island cuisine found all throughout the Monroe County area. Excellent breakfast and brunch is served 7 days a week. Belly up to the open air, wraparound bar, in front of a large aquarium, and take advantage of two-for-one drinks mojitos and rum punch are favorites from 4 to 7pm. Mid-day the place is usually bustling with the local lunch break crowd mixed with a healthy dose of visitors in-the-know.
Located in a quiet residential neighborhood of Old Town, the Flaming Buoy Filet Co. This open-air, casual restaurant is a diamond-in-the-rough with live entertainment and a popular happy hour. Peruse our top 10 favorites for ideas and make your reservations in advance. Now serving a lite lunch and a lite breakfast menu and snacks, come right in and enjoy a fresh cup of joe! The restaurant is encompassed by tropical palm trees and verdant floral plants, meanwhile the al fresco garden seating is where diners can enjoy weekend music from a little wooden stage, as chickens roam freely nearby. Chef Todd uses locally sourced fish, tropical fish and ingredients to create and ever evolving menu that includes island favorites such as pan-seared snapper with risotto, Waygu beef skirt steak crusted with honey and ancho with roasted garlic. Looking for a laid back res Eat at one of the eldest eating house in the Florida Keys! Breakfast with homemade biscuits is available all day long. The white-washed house is like something out of a Mark Twain novel, and gives a birds-eye view of street activity, accompanied by light jazz music in the background.
Healthy salads, sandwiches, and other tasty entrees are available at the open-air cafe. This is the ideal place for fresh local seafood and choice cut beef that can be perfectly paired with a great selection of boutique wines and original martinis. From fresh roasted Mojo pork to Havana rice and beans, the Cuban Coffee Queen has your appetite covered for breakfast, lunch and dinner. At this casual American restaurant, you'll find one of the best hamburgers in town as well as an excellent shrimp and bacon club sandwich. Satisfied your tastes buds with there delicious chicken and waffles, or some biscuits and gravy.
Meanwhile drinks to try are the hibiscus jalapeno margarita and the Sazerac, which includes absinthe, high west rye, ridge distillery bitters and flamed orange. Here you will find a bar, restaurant, and hotel where Jose Marti once resided. Know for their classic three roast Blonde Roast, Medium Roast and Dark Roast come right in and enjoy a cup perfect for you. Say yes to the broiled Florida lobster tail, served with coconut pecan rice and baby vegetables. Enjoy lobster, fresh local fish, and other Key… Casual dockside restaurant with a focus on bar-b-que. Nice wine list and excellent staff make this… One story above the sidewalk, the Rooftop Cafe does a nice job of serving island cuisine and classics.
Offering daily specials and Happy Hour from 4-6! Southern and Caribbean fare is served for breakfast, lunch and dinner, but breakfast is always jam-packed. Best Local's Pick: This cozy restaurant mixes simple wood furnishings with splashes of yellow and orange and has additional seating on their outside patio. One hundred and fifty miles south of mainland , Key West floats at the end of the road—and is the closest thing to paradise we have in the contiguous United States. This place is perfect for those seeking smaller meals or larger party needs. Located in the Marriott Beachside Resort, Tavern N Town features nightly entertainment to accompany a delicious menu filled with local seafood and steakhouse favorites.
Delicious sandwiches made with lightly toasted baguettes slathered with aioli, fresh cilantro, pickled jalapenos, crisp romaine, and caramelized onions and succulent chicken, fish and pork marinated. The understated yet elegant decor of the dining room keeps the spotlight on the food and the company. The Commodore is also a perfect location for private parties, both causual and formal. Their roomy establishment provides the perfect spot to visit with friends,along with the addition of art made by local artists. This funky cafe features some of the best vegetarian dishes in Key West.