Heading down to Key West is so exciting, and there are lots of nice us1 pitstop locations. Early in the day my pick is Leigh Ann's on Sadowski Causeway. This is our spot for breakfast and is at mile marker fifty three or halfway down. My choice here is their breakfast burrito. They make them all to order, with your choice of meats to include, and homemade salsa. This is a great area to stay, we did a week here last apirl. Cabana Breezes Cafe is a neat Key Colony Beach restaurant and bar. We love a place that offers a full selection of salads, seafood, and cocktails. Sundowners Sunset Bar is a good one up in Key Largo. This is one of the better places to hit during your Key Largo vacation. Come in by boat if you bring or rent one. Nearby is the Bayside Grille at mile marker 100. Right next to the Sunset Cove hotel we found this lovely Key Largo waterfront restaurant. It is just a much better experience when you dine on the water, it was a great treat.
The big question is where to take your fresh catch fish to have them cook it. It is so fun to go out and eat out after fishing. I love the Conch House a lot. You would never know this treasure is here as it is basically hidden, but sits right along us1. A good hearty breakfast is always good before hitting the reefs and that is DJ's Diner. With such good reviews by the Florida food network, it was a place we had to hit. It was our third morning, stopped in and really enjoyed the breakfast scene here. Mrs Macs Kitchen it is open all day, but we have focused on the breakfast specials and lunch. Good one for all those staying in the upper keys. Very popular is the Pilot House Restaurant, you just have to find it. Locals of Key Largo rave over this waterfront restaurant. It is tucked away from us1, right off seagate boulevard and near the cross street of north channel drive.
Super is a happy Catman circus candidate. I entered your cat in the new cat employee form, to work daily at Mallory Square. For today the goal is easy. As the kitty's job is to help me put in the new down spout, to reroute the water over to the middle of the yard a bit. Keeping the water away from the building is the goal.