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Where to Eat and Drink in Key West
Rudy Molinet, Broker/Owner
Marquis Properties Realty
933 Fleming Street
Key West, FL 33040
Camille's - The innovative selections change daily, are well prepared and served in stylish surroundings. Breakfast is very popular with locals. Great anytime.|
1202 Simonton Street
El Siboney – Cuban tradition has long been intertwined with Key West history. Excellent Cuban food at reasonable prices.
900 Catherine Street
El Meson De Pepe's – Cuban and Spanish cuisine served in the atmosphere of Old Havana. Just off Mallory Square. Live Latin music and dancing.
410 Wall Street
Latitudes Café - Casual, yet upscale, open air dining on Sunset Key off Key West. Worth every penny for its romantic, beach swept ambiance, fine cuisine, and excellent, friendly service. Reservations required. Ferry to the restaurant from the docks at the Westin.
245 Front Street
La Trattoria Restaurant – Popular with locals, who call it "the Trat." Fine, Italian cuisine. Virgilio's, the bar tucked into the back patio has live music on the weekends and attracts an upscale crowd.
524 Duval Street
Louie's Backyard – Very popular, gourmet restaurant in beautifully historic house overlooking the water. You must book ahead, and request outside seating. Can't get a reservation? Go anyway and have drinks or dessert on the Afterdeck; a perfect way to enjoy this romantic spot if the restaurant is booked.
700 Waddell Ave
Mangoes – Lovely patio dining, fine cuisine on Duval. Good food, great for watching the Duval Crawl.
700 Duval St
Pepe's Café - Established in 1909, Pepe's is Key West's oldest restaurant. Great breakfast - very popular with locals – casual lunch and steakhouse for dinner. Delightful outdoor patio seating with true old island flavor.
806 Caroline St
Sarabeth's - One of my favorite Key West restaurants is Sarabeth's on the corner of Southard and Simonton Street right downtown. They offer delicious food, impeccable service and a wonderful tropical ambiance. The owner David Case is the ultimate host. Sarabeth's became popular in New York City and the Key West location is the only one outside of New York.
530 Simonton Street @ Southard
Seven Fish – This fine seafood restaurant with its innovative menu is tucked away in a residential neighborhood. Well worth tracking down.
632 Olivia Street (Elizabeth is the cross street.)
Turtle Kraals – This casual, open air eatery was once part of a turtle cannery; "kraal" is Dutch for pen. The Turtle Kraals Museum next door is worth a peek ($5) and if the restaurant's tower is open, climb up for a great view over the historic harbor. Serves BBQ. Go for the atmosphere.
231 Margaret Street
Key West Bars
201 Duval Street
428 Greene Street
The Green Parrot - Mostly locals flock to this colorful open-air dive with history (the bar opened in 1890), great live music on the weekends and unstoppable Key West atmosphere. Free popcorn, very cold beer, a pool table and no sniveling allowed.
601 Whitehead Street
Schooner Wharf Bar - Don't miss the salty Schooner Wharf. Popular with locals and tourists, this open air on the harbor has the eclectic, nautical flavor you look for in Key West. Live music every night.
202 William Street
801 Bourbon - One of the most popular gay bars in Key West, this Duval institution welcomes everyone. Casual, friendly bar downstairs, and a great drag revue upstairs. Nightly shows at 9 and 11pm.
801 Duval Street