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.
There’s plenty of affordable ride options at the Key West International Airport, whether you’re traveling with a group or arriving solo. If you’re concerned about connection issues, rest assured: free WiFi is available in the terminal building.
Looking to test your knowledge over a drink? Join friends for trivia nights in Key West.