With over 300+ restaurants on a 2×4 mile island, it’s easy to get overwhelmed when it comes to dining options in Key West. That’s where Key West Food Tours comes into play. It’s a 3-hour culinary adventure taking you to some of the best hot spots in town. The tours visit 6 mom and pop establishments, where you get to eat like a local through Old-town Key West over a progressive lunch.
First time to Key West? Be sure to jump on their Southernmost Food Tour, the company’s original and signature tour. You’ll indulge on iconic, bucket-list foods like Conch Fritters and Key Lime Pie. A true taste of Key West. Learn how to order Cuban coffee and find out who the Rum Runner cocktail is named after.
Obsessed with Key West Seafood? Than the Seafood Lover’s Tour is calling out. A mix of fresh and local fish, lobster and shrimp, this tour is a best-all-around of seafood straight from the ocean. Dive deep into the culture and history of the industries that ruled Key West in the 1800s like the sponging, turtle & shrimp industry, as well as the commercial and recreational fishing economy that fuels the island today.
Both guided experiences come complete with a sweet treat, an alcoholic beverage, and are designed to introduce you to authentic island flavors.
But it isn’t just about the food… It’s about what makes this quirky town beat. Their knowledgeable and energetic local guides immerse guests in the tropical lifestyle, exploring historic architecture and neighborhoods along the way. Their goal is to link up these best-all-around dishes with you while providing historical anecdotes, because, let’s face it, the food tastes better when there’s a story behind it!
So take an afternoon to slow down, eat, relax, and see what island life is all about.
Tickets are $75 for adults, $49 children 12 & younger. Tour covers 1.3 miles of moderately-paced walking, with small groups maxing out at 12 people per tour.