Restaurants in Key West

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Antonia's has been serving up homemade Italian cuisine for more than 30 years in a cozy old Victorian building. Each morning, handmade pasta can be seen... Read More

Azur offers a taste of creative Mediterranean in the heart of the Florida Keys. Greek and Italian staples get a Key West makeover at this locally... Read More

The funky shack gets its charm from a mishmash of ripped fishing nets, no sniveling signs, and a rusted truck. And yes, the fritters are superb. Read More

Come for the atmosphere, stay for the crêpes. Between breakfast and dinner, there are more than a dozen varieties of crêpes in flavors both sweet (Key... Read More

This open-air, French-inspired nook is no secret, so arrive for breakfast before 9:30 a.m. The crêpes come in both savory and sweet varieties. Try... Read More

Blue Heaven began its life in 1992 as a casual lunch spot. Today, it serves up breakfast, lunch, and dinner—and is regularly packed; long lines are one... Read More

This intimate, 50-seat restaurant is located in the Marquesa Hotel, a collection of 19th-century conch houses in historic Old Town. Tall windows... Read More

This intimate, 50-seat restaurant is located in the Marquesa Hotel, a collection of 19th-century conch houses in historic Old Town. Tall windows... Read More

Café Solé's off-the-beaten path address is just one of its many charms (it's hard to just stumble across, which is why it's such a hit with locals).... Read More

The owners of Eaton Street Seafood Market opened the place to help fight what they saw as an import trend. Located in historic Old Town Key West,... Read More

Duck into this gourmet grocery for poached salmon salad or Evil Garlic Pickles. Read More

With its old-school fishing shacks and shrimp boats, Stock Island harks back to Key West circa the 1970's. Dine at tables overlooking a dock crowded... Read More

When romance is on the menu, Latitudes delivers. The signature restaurant of the Sunset Key Cottages, the celebrated restaurant can only be reached by... Read More

Housed in an oceanfront Victorian house, this Caribbean-American restaurant has been a local favorite for more than three decades. The airy dining... Read More

Mangoes is famous for its Mango Coladas and prime destination on a corner of Duval Street. A monochromatic, canopy-dotted courtyard provides plenty of... Read More

Since 1997, Michaels has been putting a tropical twist on the traditional American steakhouse experience on a back street in Old Town. The restaurant's... Read More

Though it's located on bustling Duval Street, this locally beloved bistro and wine bar feels worlds away from the main tourist drag. Housed inside a... Read More

It's hard to argue with any restaurant that's been around for more than 100 years. (In the case of Pepe's, they prefer to say that they're "the oldest ... Read More

Order the key lime pie; it has meringue and crust that oozes buttery lime juice. Read More

This restaurant’s menu is a marriage between Caribbean and Italian cuisine with an emphasis on seafood. The oceanfront seating overlooks Higgs... Read More

Sandy’s Café never closes so visitors can stop in for Cuban and Mexican cuisine anytime. Known especially for its generous-sized Cuban... Read More

Hidden behind an unassuming white-stuccoed exterior, this intimate dinner spot is the most secluded restaurant in town. Reservations are essential, but... Read More

In Old Town, nurse a $7 frozen Rum Runner as the live music plays throughout the day. Read More

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