The ample shrimp on stone ground grits with savory, salty lardon and a buerre blanc sauce is sigh-worthy, but you might want to order an extra crab, shrimp and lobster pot pie to spoon into at home when you find yourself thinking about it in the middle of the night. Conch fritters, salads, burgers, and hot dogs are equally tasty, and the anything-goes atmosphere sums up the entire town. Really, no discussion of fine dining in Key West is complete without mention of this local favorite. Eat at one of the eldest eating house in the Florida Keys! Palomilla steak, grilled chicken and selection of fresh fish complement local favorites Ropa Vieja, Picadillo, Cuban Roast beef. Offers indoor and outood dining in a casual atmosphere, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The 10 rustic wood tables are hand-painted in orange and yellow; the lights are low and the crowd amiable.
Located right at the Historic Seaport. Although they do have a few spots where you can eat at on the Grunts Bar patio, their tasty dishes are mainly for take out. Tucked away on a quiet lane just steps from Duval. This restaurant serves omelette of your choice, fried shrimp dinner, shrimp benedict florentine, sauteed onions, classic caesar, two eggs, and 3 strips apple wood smoked bacon. Guests are seated at picnic tables and benches, and order from the menus hanging throughout the restaurant. The house is believed to date to 1838 and to have been built by Judge James Webb, who was the first Federal Judge of the Southern District of the Florida Territory.
Here they serve neapolitan-style pizza. Bring your friends for some games, fun, and relaxation while admiring the spectacular view. The staff of Key West Travel Guide has dined in them all, and we have included only restaurants that we think are deserving of your time and taste buds. Located at the entrance of Bahama Village on the corner of Whitehead and Petronia Streets, Blue Macaw features a delicious menu of local seafood, salads and burgers. Prime 951 is known for their traditional style of steak on cutting boards with sides of roasted garlic and authentic steak sauce. Their lunch menu is full of homemade meal selections… Blueplate specials, half-pound hamburgers, all kinds of wraps, hot chili, soups, and salads.
In the tiny space that once housed Seven Fish which moved to Eaton Street , magical two-year-old Little Pearl is the kind of spot that feels at once like a special-occasion treat and somewhere you want to be all the time. Of course, with its proximity to both the Atlantic and the Gulf, locally caught, deliciously fresh seafood is king here. Enjoy the freshness of island life at an array of seafood specialists ranging from fish shacks to elegant fine dining, all serving up the Atlantic catch of the day. Specialties include grilled meats and fresh, local seafood, complemented by inventive appetizers and salads as well as fresh baked breads and desserts made daily. Seven Fish features an inventive and delicious menu of New-American cuisine. Here, inventive new-American cuisine is featured for dinner that has consistently pleased guests.
And when they do, they usually head on over to China Garden Downtown. We got to latitudes mainly to get the opportunity to see the sunset key island view and this was outstanding Restaurant service was perfect and very polite Food was pretty good. Satisfied your tastes buds with there delicious chicken and waffles, or some biscuits and gravy. Once the home to a turtle canning factory, this restaurant offers fresh seafood with a southwestern accent. With such mouthwatering flavors such as Banana Dulce de Leche, Apple Butter, Prickly Pear, Orange Cream-sicle, Pumpkin Pecan Praline, you are bound to fine one or two or three that you will love. Using fresh herbs, spices, local seafood or meat, Kojin has a noodle bowl for every palate.
The Nikkei in particular fresh grouper marinated in yuzu and tossed with tamarind, sesame, soy, ginger, Thai basil and Thai chilies is a standout among the half-dozen options. Note that the requested attire is resort casual. Inside you will find authentic Italian dinners served in a romantic european ambiance. This place is perfect for those seeking smaller meals or larger party needs. Upstairs Tower Bar offers raw-bar food and a great view of the Seaport. Louie's Backyard is a restaurant located in Key West, Florida at 700 Waddell Ave. Blue Heaven restaurant and bar is a must-visit stop where live music and dancing will keep the place festive and fun.
Just steps away from the cruise ship port, Duval Street, and Mallory Square, they're the perfect stop during your time in the Conch Republic! Stop on by before or after the sunset celebration! Peruse our top 10 favorites for ideas and make your reservations in advance. The family owned and operated restaurant is located just off the hustle of Duval street and offers friendly service alongside authentic cuisine. The word Siboney is the name of an indigenous tribe that inhabited circa 1492, and also the name of a small town where the Cuban revolution began. Dining indoors is also an option. Enjoy the views of the boats in the Key West Bight.
They also serve curried chicken salad, udon bowl, fig and gorgonzola, grilled portobella mushroom, classic sprouthead, grilled pizza of the day, and peanut. The building once housed a bordello and later Hemingway refereed boxing matches there. Where should a pirate go for food and grog in Key West? Meanwhile drinks to try are the hibiscus jalapeno margarita and the Sazerac, which includes absinthe, high west rye, ridge distillery bitters and flamed orange. Located in the Marriott Beachside Resort, Tavern N Town features nightly entertainment to accompany a delicious menu filled with local seafood and steakhouse favorites. Simple, but generous, presentations are to be enjoyed in their funky patio garden or inside in the… Excellent sushi served in a casual, indoors and outdoors area.
A little bit of France can be found at Croissants de France with savory, warm, and flaky croissants, breads, beignets and pastries. Offering enticing island inspired small plates with bold Caribbean spices and fresh local seafood! With both indoor and outdoor dining, patrons can enjoy the tropical climate while tickling their taste buds. They also offer non-seafood entrees that are just as delicious. Dine indoors or out on breezy patio. They also serve broiled, cuban coffee ice cream, filet mignon, florentine, green salad, chili, and choice new york strip. Hot Tin Roof is located in the , overlooking the Key West Harbor.