Key West is a town of cuisine, hosting over 200 restaurants ranging from sidewalk stands to ultra fine dining. If you are staying at a Historic Key West Inn, you are guaranteed to be within walking distance of at least one hundred restaurants. Here are some of our favorites. There are many, many more awaiting your discovery….
|Nine One Five||Dinner. Eclectic and refined flavors, served tappas-style.915 Duval Street. Reservations: 305.296.0669|
|Half Shell Raw Bar||Lunch and dinner. Casual, local seafood at the harbor.231 Margaret Street. No reservations.|
|La Trattoria||Dinner. Excellent Italian.524 Duval Street. Reservations: 305.296.1075|
|Seven Fish||Dinner. Short menu of really good food.
623 Olivia Street. Reservations: 305.296.2777
|Lunch and Dinner. Local favorites at the harbor.
631 Green Street. No reservations.
|Café Marquesa||Dinner. Fine dining in a beautiful setting.
600 Fleming Street. Reservations: 305.292.1919
|Sarabeth’s||Breakfast and lunch. Charming and good.530 Simonton Street. Call ahead or drop in: 305.293.8181|
|Michael’s||Dinner. Fine dining. Garden and indoor seating.
532 Margaret Street. Reservations: 305.295.1300
|Pepe’s||Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Good food, old-timey Key West.
806 Caroline Street. Be prepared to wait your turn.
||Breakfast and lunch. European cuisine. Pastry to-die for. 529 United Street. No reservations|
|El Siboney||Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Old-time Cuban. Big local following.
900 Catherine Street. No reservations.
|Pisces||Dinner. Bring the platinum card. Key West’s best.1007 Simonton Street. Reservations: 305.294.7100|
|Lunch, Dinner. Casual, Seafood. Great Friday specials.
700 Front Street
||Lunch, Dinner. Fine dining. New Florida Cuisine.
700 Waddell Avenue
I could go on and on, but I’m getting hungry. We’ll tell you more when you get here.