Key West by the Gables 


The owners call themselves "Conchs" because they're Key West natives. But they're Cuban Conchs, children of an early immigration from the island 90 miles south. Fresh seafood from a Key West fleet is sold at the counter and it's also what's cooked. Mostly Key West cuisine, with a few Cuban twists, including the molletes, a fried bread-and-picadillo treat from the Key that is totally over the top. Great Key Lime pie, of course.

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  • Cuban, Seafood
  • Indoor
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  • Lunch, Dinner
  • Cheerful din

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