Where to Eat & Stay in Key West

Key West

In April of 2016 Josh and I had taken a little vacation to Key West. We stayed at the Southernmost Beach Resort. We had a beautiful king room with a balcony that overlooked the pool.

Our first night on the island. We just checked in and took our first picture overlooking the pool.

Our first morning on the island we had eaten breakfast at the Southernmost Beach Café before going out on our little adventure I had booked for the day.

Joshy likes to play with his food. Happy face pancakes and strawberries.

 

Toasted Coconut French Toast

I had the most amazing Toasted Coconut French Toast of your life! If you take a trip to Key West, you won’t be let down staying at the Southernmost Beach Resort! Do yourself a favor try the French toast.

As I said we were on our way for our adventure of the day. I had book us an entire day with the Ultimate Adventure . We went out on a catamaran and went snorkeling, parasailing, kayaking, and did the water rock wall climb.

At the dock waiting for our catamaran.

 

 

 

 

We were snorkeling the only Great Coral Reef in the United States. After our day out on the water, we really worked up an appetite. We went to Fogarty’s for dinner and had the best crab cakes of your life! For our main course, I had the three cheese pasta and Josh had the fish tacos.

 

 

Three Cheese Pasta

 

Fish Tacos

 

We love our date nights

sushi

Our second day on the island consisted of us being as lazy as possible. To help us get our relax on I booked us a couples massage on the beach at the resort we were staying at. It was ssoooo relaxing. We had the nicest masseuses. Southernmost Beach Resort Day Spa Ocean Wellness we both felt like Jell-O by the time we left the spa and went to the pool.

For dinner we went to the best Sushi restaurant on the island, Ambrosia. This restaurant was literally just around the corner from the resort we were staying at, we could’ve walked there had we realized it was that close.

Ambrosia Sushi

 

After dinner, having had some amazing sake and wanting to go do some more exploring, but not wanting to drive. We rented a man and his bicycle. There are men and women that ride bikes with a two seat carriage that peddle you down Duval Street. It was kind of romantic, but kind of expensive.

 

Our last morning on the island we had breakfast at a little place called Two Friends Patio Restaurant. I had of course the Key Lime French Toast. After breakfast we went to the Butterfly Conservatorium . It was so surreal to be with all of the butterflies.

Two Friends Patio Restaurant Key Lime French Toast

Click here to see the butterflies in motion at the conservatorium

Last morning on the island

All in all it was a pretty great trip. I can’t wait to go back and do it again! If you go, be sure to rent the scooters and visit the  museums that way. It made it that much more fun site seeing on scooters.

Until next time.

– Lynn Cannon

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