Dine local and eat fresh across Key West. For tips on the best brunch, tastiest Key lime pie or the tangiest conch fritter, this is your guide to Key West food and dining.
Oysters on ice perfectly compliments the atmosphere of Key West. These salty medallions from the Panhandle and opposing coasts can be eaten by the dozen and served on the half-shell with nothing but horseradish and lemon juice. Not the raw oyster-eating type? Try them steamed, smoked, fried, or baked, in stews, bloody marys, or in a roll.
In Key West we take our key lime pie seriously. It’s an art form - sweet, tart, creamy, with just a little crunch from that graham cracker crust.