In case you aren't into trying new places, or are on a super budget, or whatever, here is a list of all the fast food and chain restraunts located in Key West:
All of these places are along North Roosevelt and close to many hotels.
Go down to Key West and go to any of the town bars. We got a great Key Lime beer and I'd go back just for that.
Favorite Dish: Get conch fritters (pronounced Conk). It's chopped conch that's breaded and formed into balls served as an appetizer. Great with a few beers.
If I could only remember the name of the place. It was a cool lil place. It kinda looked like a scary biker bar, but my dads girlfriend said 'its great'.
It was along the ocean, of course. You could eat out on a deck and there was dancing and singing and fun! It had a bar and a dance floor. It wasnt a crazy place, but I can see it getting that way sometimes. The owenr was really nice too, he gave me free apitizers! =) darn if I could only remember the name! I guess I'll have to hit up my dad for this one.
Favorite Dish: fried conch, shrimp scampi, clams.
You should eat at Mallory Square. There are restaurants with tables outside from where you can observe the sunset and street artists like jugglers.
Favorite Dish: I had a tuna salad. And I loved it. Seafood´s usually pretty good in those places, too.
JAMAICAN RESTAURANT with live reggae, across from Clinton Square Market, upstairs overlooking Front & Whitehead Streets
Favorite Dish: Conch fritters -- fried conch shell meat (which is believed to act as an aphrodisiac...)
This restaurant offers a great selection of seafood dishes for those who love the smack of the sea.
Favorite Dish: I had the seared scallops which are served with honey butter sauce and were delicious!
This is an awesome little dive restaurant that's a great place to stop and grab a bite if you're doing the drive to Key West from the mainland
Favorite Dish: The fish sandwich was good, but the pie was great.