Conch Republic, 631 Greene Street. Enjoy their spacious waterfront setting where the atmosphere is like a trip back in time to the way Key West used to be. Enjoy fresh fish and a raw bar. Feel like you are dining outside with the large windows that remain open during the day. A great place for a drink & some snacks specially during football season.
El Siboney, 900 Catherine Street, +1 305 296 4184. This Cuban restaurant, tucked into a quiet residential intersection, flies well below the tourist radar. Delicious food at very reasonable prices. To sum it up, this is where the locals go for Cuban. Bring your appetite and leave amex at home because they don’t accept credit cards.
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, 500 Duval Street, +1 305 292-1435. Key West is pretty close to paradise, so you might as well have a cheeseburger while you’re there. The prices were not jacked up. Less then 4 bucks for a Cheeseburger in Paradise.
Schooner Wharf, Caroline Street, a surprising choice for breakfast, this rough and ready landmark has a three-egg seafood omelette that, coupled with a bloody mary or two, will shock you back to life from a throw down night on Duval. content via wikitravel