Set in an old bungalow facing the sea, this restaurant offers a perfect island atmosphere and impeccable fried rounds of freshly caught seafood. Most of Florida’s residents transplant from someplace else. The foods they bring along often become Sunshine State mainstays. Conch fritters, originally from the Bahamas, are a prime example. Diced conch, celery and carrots are mixed with lime juice, a hint of curry and Key West Southernmost Wheat Beer, then deep-fried and served with a creamy, spiced dipping sauce.
Special Dishes: Conch Fritters
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