Florida Keys Food

Florida Keys Food

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. Here are some of the wonderful dishes we had:

The “New” Snooks Bayside Restaurant &
Grand Tiki Bar, Key Largo

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

APPETIZER: Seared Yellow Fin Tuna with Wasabi Aioli

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

DAVID’S LUNCH: Grilled Hog Fish with veggies and rice.

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

MY LUNCH: Fried Mahi Mahi Basket, with fries and cold slaw. (I don’t really care for tartar sauce, but there’s was really fresh)

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

DESSERT: Key Lime Pie (This was the best we had on our whole trip!)

Margaritaville, Key West

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

You can’t go into Margaritaville without having a Margarita!

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

SUPPER: David and I both got the same: Cheeseburger in Paradise (Not all that great to be honest. Very little flavor…)

Sippin’ Coffee House – NOW CLOSED 11/2017

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

BREAKFAST: We split a Chef’s Choice –Pancetta, Rosemary and Brie Omelet Served with a grilled tomato and multi-grain toast

Sloppy Joe’s Bar, Key West

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

DAVID’S LUNCH: Shrimp Po Boy Sandwich eight fried shrimp with lettuce, tomato on Cuban bread served with Cajun bistro sauce.

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

MY LUNCH: Key West Fish Taco Three corn tortilla filled with fried fish, white taco sauce, shredded cabbage and tomato, served with salsa

Paradise Pizza, Key West

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

Heavy Lunch = Light Supper: David had classic pepperoni I had the veggie.

Six Toed Cat, Key West

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

BREAKFAST: David and I both had the Fruit Stuffed French Toast. So good and so fresh!!

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

See, here’s a close up after the syrup was poured…

El Meson De Pepe, Key West

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

LUNCH: Our first Cuban Cuisine: I had the Picadillo Habanero – Savory ground beef cooked with tomatoes, onions, garlic, bell peppers, cumin, bay leaves, oregano, olives, capers, and raisins. David had the Lechon Asado – Traditional Cuban roasted pork marinated in cumin-mojo sauce. YUM!!

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

DESSERT: Key Lime Pie (of course)

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

It was awful! Just kidding. A close second to Snook’s! 🙂

A&B Lobster House, Key West – Our anniversary dinner

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

 

Check out the butter. So cool!

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

APPETIZER: We both had the Lobster Bisque – Laced with cognac & Maine lobster medallions garnished with caviar. Absolutely amazing!

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

MAIN COURSE: Grouper Oscar – A Napoleon of pan seared grouper and jumbo lump crab cake served with asparagus spears and topped with a citrus hollandaise for both of us. OMG!!

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

DESSERT: Our very kind waitress brought us a complimentary slice of Key Lime Pie. 🙂

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

MEATLESS MONDAY BREAKFAST: Spinach & Cheese Empanada w/ an Expresso.

To celebrate our one year anniversary, David and I went to find warmth and sunshine in the Florida Keys. We ate at some really wonderful local restaurants. | TheMountainKitchen.com

If you ever go down to the Keys, look for some of these places and give them a try! 🙂

You’ll have to forgive some of the photography, but I don’t like making a scene with a camera in a restaurant.

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