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We are ask every day, by visitors from all over the world what are the best Key West Restaurants on the island? We have a hard time answering this questions, as the residents of Key West, therefore, the food and restaurants on our island reflect the diverse population we have, which inturn fliters to the restaurants in Key West, which is a absolutely wonderful. You can walk a 1/2 a block in, pretty much, any direction, enter a restaurants and in many cases it is just like a journey half way around the world to the particular orgin of the resturant you have just entered. The mood and the atmosphere reflect the true country the owners and/or chef are from ... again, it is really wonderful. So to say which are the best restaurants in Key West is a very tough question to answer. For Italian, we might suggest La Trattoria or Antonia's, El Siboney for real Cuban Foods, note at Island Joe's Cafe well make one of the best Cuban Mix Sandwiches on the island. Louie's Backyard offers seaside dining. Roof Top Cafe is a cool spot, as you set up in the tree on their balcony. Lattitudes offer a boat ride to a private island. Sarabeth's is just around the corner from Island Joes and served Island Joes Breakfast Blend. 915 and Martin's on the upper end of Duval street, sit side by side and offer great food, plus they are happy hour local spots, so you know it is good and priced right. Commodore and Michael's Restaurantsoffer great steaks. Finnegan's Wake is a real Irish Restaurant. Mr. Z's for take out and pizza delivery, my kids eat here all the time. Hogfish Bar and Grill on stock island offer great food, pool and is open on Sunday morning for bloody marries. Bad Boy Burritos serves Island Joes Coffee and of course they have Bad Boy Burritos. B.O.'s Fish Wagon is known for its grouper sandwiches and more. So as you can see, when ask what are the Best Restaruants in Key West one must first determine what type of food they wish to enjoy, then we can help you.
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