IMAGINABLE CUISINE AND KOOKY CULINARY CREATIONS
Our Best Picks for that Most Important Meal of the Day! !
Breakfast is a treat most ordinarily many do not have time to savor in our busy day to day lives. As you awake with a cup of coffee in hand and a leisurely walk along the sand at the waters edge of Fort Myers Beach, which yummy option best starts your day is a tough decision.
Sloppy Joes, originally located at 428 Greene Street relocated to their new location at 201 Duval Street 80 years ago, on May 5th, 1937!
The famous watering hole of Ernest Hemingway is a Key West tradition steeped in history. On May 5th, 1937 owner Joe Russell was told his rent would increase from $3.00 a week to $4.00 so he, along with bar patrons simply walked around the corner, drinks in hand and moved the furniture. The bar never closed for a moment!
Roadside diners, vintage drive-ins and out-of-the-way "dives" are enjoying a come-back of hipness. Host Guy Fieri travels the country in search of the best greasy spoons. The restaurants he visits are well-known among locals and visitors looking for authentic area food joints and mom and pop kitchen’s. While at the locations, Guy interacts with customers and staff as well as the chef’s. The first episode aired on April 23, 2007 and the show has grown continuously in popularity.
Who doesn’t love a diner, drive in or dive. Steeped in tradition, aged with consistency and slathered in warm nostalgic sentiment these are a binding ingredient in communities across the nation.
Not sure what you want for lunch, dinner or in-between? WineDine Key West is a month long event between September 16th and October 16, 2016 celebrating fine dining at an affordable price. Legendary Key West restaurants offer up three-course prix-fixe menus specially priced for you to experience what makes this islands food so special. Want to know who's making what, when and where? Give a look at who will be serving up their culinary delights and when!