Key West's Turtle Kraals have been around for many years, first as a way of raising turtles for food and for the shell, and later as a turtle soup cannery and a tourist attraction. Now it's doubling as a restaurant with a historic tower bar that's a popular spot in Old Town. The restaurant focuses its culinary offerings, not surprisingly, on seafood. Cooks blend the cuisine of New Orleans with that of Key West, Cuba and the Bahamas to come up with dishes featuring a wide array of delicate spices. Or catch the very popular turtle races, which are held twice a week.
231 Margaret Street, Key West, FL
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This hotel is geared to the business traveler. The amenities
include conveniences to make business easier, such as two phones with data ports, a work desk, in room coffee, fax machine and copy machine. There is a restaurant onsite ...
Named "The Best Professional Theater in Florida" by Florida Monthly
Magazine in 2010 and 2011, The Waterfront Playhouse is a not for profit, professional theater located on historic Mallory Square in Old Town Key West. The theater attracts locals ...
Located right next to the Ernest Hemingway Home and the
Key West Lighthouse, this hotel is a convenient spot for tourists seeking a comfortable halt in Key West. Take a tour of the island's galleries, shops, restaurants and nightlife ...