DELICIOUS EATS AND ISLAND DRINKS IN BIG PINE KEY AND THE LOWER KEYS
We don’t know how else to say this: the food in Key West is really, really, really good. Of course the town is best known for its authentic Cuban cuisine and dock-to-table-fresh seafood, but once you’re filled up on mojo pulled pork, stone crab claws and blackened grouper, you can still easily keep your tastebuds hopping with so much more, like Carib-bean infusion, tapas, sushi, or a simple juicy burger. Key West is also a town famous for its libations. Get energetic until 4 a.m. on the ever-dynamic Duval Street or sip a mojito with your toes in the sand. From upscale dining to an all-night bash, here’s the down-low on Key West’s food and drink scene.