A local mid-day hotspot, Garbo's Grill is a fast-food truck serving up a creative take on staples like tacos and burgers. With interesting flavor pairings, and great timings; it's usually quite crowded at lunch and in the evenings. Bright and friendly, their menu includes popular items like the Fish Tacos, Korean BBQ burrito, and burgers and hot dogs are available too. The menu is constantly changing, so it's a good idea to find out about the specials. Pick your meal, and sit at one of the outdoor tables, taking in the sunshine and fresh air. A must visit while in the area.
This beautiful restaurant is located in the Sunset Key Guest Cottages overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. It is an outdoor seating area with a casual yet elegant atmosphere. Latitudes Beach Cafe offers aromatic flavors of the island in the form of fresh local seafood and seasonal fruit salsas. If you are a guest at the Westin resort, you enjoy a complementary breakfast as well. An exclusive champagne and wine list is available to go with the food. Smokers can find peace in the collection of cigars that is available here.
Kermit’s Key West Key Lime Shoppe is a dessert and gift shop known for their scrumptious lime pies that are baked on site. In addition to pies, they also sell a wide range of pastries, cupcakes, candies, sauces, jellies and ice creams. If you aren't sure about what you're going to buy, you can ask the staff to provide you with samples of the goodies that interest you. If you're not a huge fan of sweets, Kermit's also serves up a few Mexican-style main course items, salads, and soups.
Green Pineapple is primarily a fashion boutique for women selling clothes, handcrafted jewelry, gifts and fashion accessories. They are especially known for their wide selection of yoga wear which are not only trendy but also comfortable, allowing to perform your exercises with ease. Choose from a variety of bags, necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings and bangles to add to your style quotient. The store also has an on-site spa, yoga center, and cafe which sets it apart from most of its competitors. The yoga studio specializes in Hatha Yoga, offering classes for beginners and experienced practitioners. The on-site spa provides treatments such as facials, therapeutic massage and an array of holistic treatments to unite your body and soul to form an everlasting bond that will benefit you in more ways than one. The Green Pineapple cafe serves a variety of dishes prepared using organic elements along with a few hot and cold beverages.
A much-loved restaurant in the vibrant Bahama Village and the whole city, Blue Heaven was reportedly once the site of boxing matches refereed by none other than Ernest Hemingway. Now you will find avant-garde artwork in the gallery upstairs and great chow at modest prices in the restaurant. Caribbean flavors predominate the menu, with baking done on the premises where desserts, rolls, and bread pour from the ovens. All meals are served, including the Sunday brunch draws a large crowd. No reservations are taken typically, so be prepared to wait in line. That may, in fact, be half the fun.
One of the island's most popular dining spots, Louie's Backyard offers an uninterrupted view of the ocean and favorites like rack of lamb and grouper. It also adds intriguing touches such as roasted garlic or side dishes of intriguing salsas. The Key Lime Pie has a Pistachio Crust and rests on a Raspberry Coulis. Outside, dine under the shade of a tropical tree. Many come for lunch, to revel in both the expansive view of the Atlantic and the somewhat less lofty lunchtime prices. In the evenings, there's the Afterdeck Bar for libations into the morning hours.
Mam's Best Food is a quaint eatery, with white garden umbrellas and furniture, giving the place a very chirpy look and feel. This eatery is the most talked about for its delectable spread of middle eastern and Mediterranean dishes. The place is mostly frequented by those who wish to have their food on the go and those who would love great food at highly pocket friendly prices. The menu is dotted with dishes, with non vegetarian dishes featuring Kosher style, like Tuna Salad, Beef Steak and other succulent options. With a convivial and welcoming ambiance, amazing food and reasonable prices, Mam's Best Food invites you to a wonderful culinary experience.
Sugar Apple Organic Restaurant, Cafe & Market is a safe haven for ardent followers of vegetarianism offering a wide range of vegetarian and vegan options on their menu featuring sandwiches, salads, smoothies and juices made from locally sourced organic ingredients. The Peaceful Tempeh sandwich, the Marinated Sundried Tomato salad, the Tofurky Sub and the Celery-Zucchini-Cucumber and cabbage juice are some of the cafe's specialties. There is also an on-site market from where you can buy herbal essences, medicines, nutritional supplements and more.
With its chic, jazzy and very contemporary look, Santiago's Bodega lies in Bahama Village, a historic neighborhood. You will find hot and cold tapas from $4 to $10. This tapas bar offers traditional Spanish food, Greek meza and a mélange of dishes. Choose between Chicken Skewers and Spanikopita (spinach, feta and onion baked in a pastry), or just sip your glass of sangria and watch little kids race on bikes outside the restaurant.
One may deem the name of the restaurant to be slightly risqué, but regular visitors here will vouch that its name actually does ring true. Better Than Sex welcomes patrons into its dimly lit, intimately spaced haven, and thrills with its enchanting array of desserts and themed cocktails. With menu names as salacious as its own, Better Than Sex lets you choose from a mesmerizing selection of desserts such as Kinky Key West Cream Pie, Banana Bazooka, Slip It In, Fork-You Fondue and Cookie Nookie Pie. Besides dessert, this bold restaurant also serves a flurry of cocktail wines and beers with their own signature dessert recipes.