Restaurants come and go at Broadway at the Beach, but Key West Grill has stood the test of time. As one of the original tenants when the popular attraction opened in 1995, Key West Grill has been packing them in ever since to give its guests a taste of the Conch Republic.
Key West Grill Food
Fresh seafood is the “Key” ingredient, from locally harvested catch of the day to live lobsters flown in from Maine. The rest is a reflection of the many cultures that make up the Florida Keys – Cuban, Creole, Caribbean, Spanish and American – blending the many spices and seasonings of the islands into a tropical bounty. Guests can order their fish prepared eight different ways, including grilled, fried, blackened, jerked. Try the Caribbean Seafood Platter for a sampling of fish, shrimp and oysters with the signature Key West Conch Chowder, and make it a surf-and-turf feast by adding a steak or prime rib. The raw bar offers steamed oysters, crab legs and mussels, and the wood-fired oven serves up a selection of thin-crust pizzas. A full bar with frozen drinks and other tropical mixes caps an ideal meal.
Key West Grill Atmosphere
Key West Grill provides and fun, friendly atmosphere where guests can join the party or enjoy a quiet, casual dinner for two. The open-air back porch offers a great view of Lake Broadway and the best sunsets this side of Mallory Square. Key West’s location next to Celebrity Square yields a festive crowd.
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