Address: 1405 Duval Street, Key West, Florida
This is a Key West-style outdoors restaurant right on their man-made beach that is the southernmost cafe in America. They offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We were there early in the morning at a table in the shade and it was still pretty warm so keep that in mind when you go. The service was great, no complaints and no mistakes. It’s always on my list of places when visiting Key West. After you finish eating you can take a short walk to the Southernmost Point buoy for a great photo-op as well.
Very different from a traditional eggs Benedict besides the poached eggs. The meat was Key West lobster instead of Canadian bacon. There was an addition of sauteed spinach which added a nice contrasting color. They added an island twist with the key lime hollandaise. Instead of an English muffin everything is laying atop a wonderfully flaky croissant. It comes with a side of potatoes but I asked to sub grits. This was a great decision because the grits were very creamy, not watery and runny like you might find at some restaurants. It also came with 2 slices of orange.