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 much-loved restaurant reportedly was 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 and baking is done on the premises where desserts, rolls and breads pour from the ovens. All three meals are served here and Sunday brunch draws crowd. No reservations are taken, so be prepared to wait in line. That may, in fact, be half the fun.
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.
A Cuban family-owned restaurant nestled in the heart of Lower Keys in Key West, El Siboney Restaurant offers everything from seafood and salads to beef, pork, chicken and a lot more. Since its inception in 1993, the restaurant has been and still is, a favorite of the locals in Key West. Relish finger licking, authentic Cuban cuisine along with a wide array of wines and spirits at El Siboney. The paellas and the grilled chicken offered here are especially worth trying. The dining room is beautifully illuminated and exquisitely architectured which gives a very warm, inviting feel to the place. The friendly and cheerful staff add to the pleasant dining experience.
This restaurant is the baby of John Correa, who returned to Key West after polishing his culinary skills in France. Sea-food is the order of the day out here and there so much on the menu that it could be difficult to make up your mind. Try the award winning entrée's that include Hog Snapper, Grouper Romesco, Tuna seared in pistachios and more. An exquisite ambience and knowledgeable staff will make your visit here really worthwhile. A visit to Key West is incomplete without an evening spent here so make sure to take some time off to enjoy sea-food at its best.
Kennedy Cafe is a family restaurant in Key West serving a wide range of Mediterranean, Greek and Turkish dish in a warm and comfortable atmosphere. The decor is clean beige tiled flooring, suspended lights, a neon-lit service counter, and well-spaced dining areas. The menu features sandwiches, egg preparations, side dishes, appetizers, soups, salads, wraps, mains and an array of pizzas. The gyro platter, Lula kebab, the ATW pizza and the Baklava are some of the restaurant's signature items which you must try if you ever visit.
Antonia's is snugly ensconced in a beautiful heritage building, which was built in 1885. But 100 years later it was destroyed by fire. The owners rebuilt it, retaining the Old Town charm and casual elegance. And presently the wooden floors, walls, and bar, and candlelight belie any traces of any mishap. The North Italian cuisine of Veal entrees are a favorite, as is the Beef Tenderloin and Pan-Roasted Swordfish. Homemade desserts include Tiramisu and Crème Brule. There is a smoking section and an extensive wine list. Parking is free.