Schooner Wharf Bar in Key West, FL is a popular tourist destination and local hangout. It is known for its impressive waterfront views and delicious seafood. It has also been featured on TV shows such as Drinking Made Easy.
This â€œlast little piece of Old Key West is an island institution that was originally located on the Schooner Diamonte (an actual boat). Features nightly live music, beautiful views of the classic yachts of Key Westâ€™s Historic Seaport and has been voted Best Locals Bar six years in a rowMore restaurants on Drinking Made Easy Near Key West , FL
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it's known as the oldest eating house in the Florida Keys. Open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it's recognized fo...
fresh Lionfish and conch fritters while sipping on some shipwreck rum.
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Cool and laid back island vibe, it's off the beaten path in the heart of Key Westâ€™s historic Old Town. Home to cold beer, t...
Located on the historic Duval Street since 1937, it was a regular haunt of legendary American author, Ernest Hemingway, who a...
Amazing Korean style tacos
Self-proclaimed dive bar that is a Key West institution and well worth a visit. Since 1890 has been a Keys landmark. Today it...
Northeastern and Southern fried fish and seafood, especially the clams
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Traditional American New American Vegetarian
Unique spin on the famous Key Lime Pie
Stop by the iconic window-service restaurant SandyÃƒÂ¢Ã‚Â€Ã‚Â™s for their signature buchi coffee. Buchi is made with equal pa...
Serving authentic mexican food and of course amazing burritos.
ropa vieja ("old clothes"), consisting of clod (beef shoulder) which is stewed for four hours, then shredded and placed into ...
Duck fat seared scallops
Ditalini and cheese with shrimp
ood-fired pizza with an incomparable island flair
Adam goes for the murderous Killer Hogfish Sandwich, an 8 oz fried hogfish topped with swiss cheese, sautÃ©ed mushrooms and o...
Michael Psilakis - Knoblewurst
Traditional American Eclectic & International Hot Dogs
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the oldest family name in deep-dish pizza. Layer after layer of cheese, meat, veggies and sauce, bake on a delicate, buttery ...
Guy Fieri - Chaps Submarine
He feasts his eyes on a mammoth deep-dish pizza overflowing with meat and, of course, tons of bacon.
Marc Summers - Cheesesteak
Italian Cheesesteak Fast Food
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Italian Steakhouse Fast Food
Cheesesteak Feud - Winner!
Steakhouse Soups Cheesesteak
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Traditional American Hamburgers Hot Dogs
Ribs Food Feud.
Sunny Anderson - Bread Pudding
Traditional American Cajun & Creole
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Seafood Cajun & Creole
Cheesesteak feud - loser.
Steakhouse Soups Traditional American
Adam Gertler - Plague Bringer Burger
Traditional American Hamburgers
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Sandwiches Cafe Catering
Anne Thornton - The Godfather
Traditional American Vegetarian Sandwiches
Wolfgang Puck - French Dipped Sandwiches
Soups French Traditional American
Great place to end a bar crawl
Vegetarian Bakery Ice Cream
Fried Chicken Eggs Benedict
Traditional American New American