Your hangover cure awaits at these top Key West Breakfast Restaurants!
Planning to spend a lot of time at your favorite bars during Fantasy Fest week? We don’t blame you. Truthfully, we’ll probably see you there! But be careful, all those Fat Tuesday slushies and Captain Tony’s rum punch might come back to haunt you. As we all know, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially after a long night on Duval! Here’s a list of our top Key West breakfast restaurants to get rid of that hangover for good.
The large pink building is easy to spot on the corner of Simonton and Catherine. Inside you’ll find old timey Florida decor and plenty of space – making Camille’s the perfect restaurant when you don’t want a long wait time. Their breakfast menu offers plenty of options, from Benedicts to yellow corn cashew waffles topped with fresh Mango/Passionfruit and coconut milk sauce. Price ranges from $2.75-$13.95 and the best part? You get the entire mini bottle of champagne with each mimosa.
The closest in vicinity to Old Town Manor, Sarabeth’s is the cute yellow building on the corner of Simonton and Southard. It’s the sister restaurant to the famous Sarabeth’s in New York City. Offering both inside and outside seating, Sarabeth’s is a James Beard award winning restaurant and a local favorite. Prices range from $2.50-$12.25. Can’t decide what to order? Their lemon ricotta pancakes are to die for.
Our top pick for vegan and vegetarian breakfast options, The Cafe is conveniently located on Southard and Duval Street. You won’t even miss meat with delicious items like their polenta benedict or “Chicken” and waffles. Prices range from $3-$15 plus quiche, benedict and fritatta specials priced daily. Breakfast is only served on Saturdays and Sundays. Runi promises their vegetarian “sausage and gravy biscuits” is seriously amazing.
Located in Bahama Village, dog-friendly Blue Heaven is exactly what the doctor ordered. Sit outside at the colorful tables while sipping one of their delicious Bloody Mary’s – hair of the dog! Prices range from $(need to confirm pricing). Don’t forget to treat yourself to a slice of their famous mile high homemade Key Lime pie and take a pic next to the famous shower sign. And get here early, wait time can be longer than most.
Grab a table on the rooftop or stay cool inside the delicious Banana Cafe located on Duval Street. The French themed restaurant has plenty of delicious breakfast options to choose from, however their specialty is crepes. Their breakfast crepes have eggs spread and cooked inside the crepe, a combination that should cure any sized headache. Prices range from $1.85-$14.95. Do your taste buds a favor and get a fresh, warm and crispy croissant with goat cheese.
Southernmost Beach Cafe
Last but not least, the Southernmost Beach Cafe is located at the end of Duval Street. The open air restaurant is the perfect location to enjoy breakfast with a view of the Southernmost Beach. An entire section on the menu is dedicated to ridding you of your hangover in the category called “Eye Openers” (you can thank us later). Prices range from $2-$18. Get the double mimosa to get the biggest bang for your buck. Or order Runi’s favorite breakfast beverage, Stiegl’s Radler, the grapefruit infused beer.