This hippie-run restaurant has become the place to be in Key West -- and with good reason. Be prepared to wait in line. The food here is some of the best in town -- especially at breakfast, which features homemade granola, tropical-fruit pancakes, and seafood Benedict. Dinners are just as good and run the gamut from fresh-caught fish and Jamaican jerk chicken to curried soups and vegetarian stews. Some people are put off by the dirt floors and roaming cats and birds, but frankly, it adds to the charm. The building used to be a bordello, where Hemingway was said to hang out watching cockfights. It's still lively here, but not that lively!
- © Frommer's 2013
- Highly Recommended 2010