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Miami to Key West Most Popular Restaurants on Front Street in Key West


There are many things to do on the tropical island like jetski, parasailing, camp and go snorkeling in Key West Front Street is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Key West that offer users the chance to explore many world-class bars and restaurants. Duvall Street may be the most iconic area in Key West with all its hustle and bustle but just a few minutes away is Front Street with some great options to while your night away. Here are the most popular restaurants on Front Street in Key West.

  1. Hogfish Bar & Grill

The Hogfish Bar & Grill on Front Street serves its signature Key West Pink Shrimp to everyone to walks through their doors. Also try their house speciality – the Fried Hogfish which is perfectly greasy to combat the alcohol in your system after a long night of partying it up in Key West. The best part is that this restaurant stays open late into the night, long after everything else has wound up for the night.

  1. Alonzo & Berlin’s Lobster House

Alonzo & Berlin’s is one of Key West’s oldest seafood restaurants and is located on Front Street. Their menu has tons of diverse items such as Maine lobster, flown in specially from Boston, prime steaks, and locally procured fresh seafood and ingredients. For an outdoor dining experience, the balcony of A&Bs is just perfect. For a more intimate, cosy set-up, choose to dine inside the restaurant which is decorated with floor-to-ceiling glass. The Lobster House is designed to look a bit like a riverboat from the old days and this just adds to its old-world vintage charm.

  1. Hog’s Breath Saloon

Hog’s Breath on Front Street has quite a reputation due to the quirky events it is host to such as the Hair of the Hog Leather & Lace Contest and the Homemade Bikini Contest. The delicious food like conch fritters and fish nuggets is just another reason to visit this Front Street restaurant. If you happen to visit the Hog’s breath bright and early in the morning, While you can enjoy a Bloody Mary breakfast which is great to kick-start your day. The Hog’s Breath is popular among college students who come to Key West during spring break. Don’t miss checking out the quirky gift items at the bar that makes for the perfect souvenir for friends and family back home.

  1. Rooftop Café

The Rooftop Café on Front Street is particularly great for its breakfast options. Grab a table along the veranda that overlooks the morning activity of Front Street. This vantage point which allows you unobstructed views of the souvenir markets, the Wrecker’s Museum, and the upper decks of the cruise ships. Try their signature Eggs Benedict Hollandaise - poached eggs with crab cakes and shrimp, served on a fluffy English muffin. Their coffee is a great pick-me-up, as are the tropical fruit juices.