The most amazing thing about Key West is how truly unique it is. For breakfast, we went to a restaurant off Duval called Blue Heaven.
So many people recommended this place to us. It was such a neat place and there was so much history there. In the past, this property hosted gambling, boxing matches that were refereed by Ernest Hemingway, and much more. The food was so delicious. I had the Rooster Special, with all of the typical breakfast foods, but instead of toast, I got the banana bread. It was hands down the best banana bread I’ve ever had. After this, we went to the Ernest Hemingway House (separate post coming on this).
The rest of the afternoon was spent by the pool. For lunch, we went to a little hole in the wall place across from our hotel called the Lobster Shack. I got the Diablo roll and it was AMAZING. I 100% could eat this every single day.
At night, we went on another journey down Duval Street. We ate dinner at a restaurant on Duval called Caroline’s cafe.
It was good, but the food took forever. On the way there, we stumbled across the Mile Marker Zero sign. So cool!! We ended the night by stopping for Key Lime Pie, obviously.