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Where to Boozy Brunch in Key West

Firefly

There aren’t many places in Key West where you can chow down on oversized biscuits and jam with fried chicken and waffles. That’s why we love Firefly’s daily brunch— it’s the best and only of its kind in Key West. Not to mention, they serve up the best deviled eggs on the island, or maybe even planet.

223 Petronia St
(305) 849-0104
fireflykeywest.com

Bistro 245

Besides its amazing waterfront view of Key West’s harbor, Bistro 245 has one of the largest brunch spreads available on the island. From sushi to salami, you’ll have no problem finding something you like. Paired with bottomless mimosas, this feast is fit for a king. So, make sure you come hungry and you’ll be sure to leave happy.

245 Front St
(305) 292-4320
westinkeywestresort.com/dining

Blue Heaven

This spot is a favorite for many, so make sure you’re ready to wait. Good news though, the location of this brunch spot is known for its outdoor ambiance and activities to pass the time. With roosters running around, an outdoor bar and ping pong table, you’ll have no problem waiting for your spot at the table. Everything on the menu is stellar, but if you need a little help, we suggest the lobster Benedict with a side of banana bread.

729 Thomas St
(305) 296-8666
blueheavenkw.com

Sarabeth’s

When’s the last time you had lemon ricotta pancakes with a glass of four flowers juice? …. Yeah, we didn’t think so. But, good news, you can enjoy this unique, yet exceptional combination at Sarabeth’s next time you’re in Key West. Make sure you call ahead and reserve a table, for this posh spot fills up fast on the weekends.

530 Simonton St
(305) 293-8181
sarabethskeywest.com

Little Palm Island

Ok, we know it isn’t in Key West, but it had to make the list. Once you arrive by boat to the private island (we aren’t joking), you’ll be greeted by an all you can eat spread filled with oysters, ceviche, meats, cheeses and more. If it couldn’t get any better, your feast is accompanied by a bottomless champagne and Bloody Mary bar. Plan to stay for the afternoon, as you’ll want to explore the island and swing in the hammocks for a perfect Sunday afternoon.

28500 Overseas Hwy
Little Torch Key, FL
(305) 872-2524
littlepalmisland.com

 

 

Key West for Kids

Kid-friendly activities in Key West: If you’ve ever experienced Key West as an adult, you may be unable to imagine a trip to the island with your kids in tow. Before you write off Key West for the kids, check out this list of activities that doesn’t require you to leave your munchkins with a babysitter—you’ll want to save that for your Duval crawl.


Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory
Explore a glass-enclosed habitat filled with tropical plants, exotic birds, waterfalls and over 50 different butterfly species. Finish your tour in the Learning Center, where you’ll get all sorts of information about the butterfly lifecycle and plants of paradise. 
1316 Duval Street
http://keywestbutterfly.com/

“Do it All” Watersports Adventure
Wear out the kids with six hours of fun in the sun. Spend your day out on the water while enjoying 12 different watersport activities. From parasailing to banana boat rides, Sunset Watersports’ “Do it All” Adventure has it all. Not to mention, this ultimate watersports adventure has discounted prices for children under 12, and kids 5 and under are free!
201 William Street
https://www.sunsetwatersportskeywest.com/key-west-party-boat.html

Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum
This maritime museum takes you all the way back to when ship wrecking and salvaging was a way of life in Key West. In fact, it’s the reason why our little island used to be the richest city in the United States. See live actors, watch films and examine artifacts all while learning about the beautiful, yet treacherous Florida Keys reef.
1 Whitehead Street
http://www.keywestshipwreck.com/key-west-museums

Key West Aquarium
Located right next to the Shipwreck Museum, the Key West Aquarium gives you an up close look at the underwater creatures of the Florida Keys.  With shark feeding and a touch tank, your kids will get an opportunity unlike anywhere else on the island.
1 Whitehead Street
http://www.keywestaquarium.com/

All Day Beach Pass
Lay out, kayak, paddleboard, parasail or windsurf on the largest beach in Key West with Sunset Watersports’ All Day Smathers Beach Pass. Let the kids enjoy the water, while you enjoy your lounge chair and cocktail. It’s the best of both worlds!
https://www.sunsetwatersportskeywest.com/key-west-smathers-beach.html

Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center
Your little ones can play and learn at the Eco-Discovery Center with the world’s only underwater ocean laboratory. Take a virtual dive to 1,600 feet, explore a 2,400 gallon aquarium and watch live video from the reef. This stop is guaranteed to keep your kids’ brains and bodies busy!
35 E Quay Rd, Key West, FL 33040
http://floridakeys.noaa.gov/eco_discovery.html

Mallory Square
At this iconic Key West spot, you and the entire family can enjoy live entertainment by daring street performers, all while watching the famous Key West sunset. Sip on mojitos while the kids enjoy virgin tropical drinks and wave to boats as they sail by the harbor. Don’t worry about missing this island spectacle, as it happens every night at sunset – rain or shine.
https://www.mallorysquare.com/