For me Key West and sunsets go together like gourmet cuisine and stimulating conversation so that's why I find myself drawn to dine at Sunset Key.
AAA Inspector Notes
On an island 500 yards from downtown, this restaurant focuses on seafood. Highlights include saffron-crusted black grouper, pan-seared sea scallops with piquillo pepper coulis and Florida Lobster tail over mango-cilantro couscous. The menu also includes selections like honey and ancho chili crusted Wagyu skirt steak. The artisan cheese platter is ideal for sharing and complemented by a wide selection of wines by the glass. Small plates, such as the lobster and crab cakes, are also available. If you can't decide on one of the tempting desserts try the flight of cakes which includes a strawberry shortcake, tiramisu, carrot cake and an intensely rich Black Forest cake. This place is very popular for its sunset views, so reserve early.