Pepe's Key West Blog
Little Plates, Big Taste
According to legend (and varying from one Spanish region to another), the etymology of the word ‘tapas’ is owed..
The beautiful thing about Key West is that almost every bar is also a restaurant serving delicious food—and, at almost all of these..
When it comes to dining with family in Key West, it’s important to keep a few things in mind. First, you want to go to a restaurant where..
If you’re visiting Key West, there’s a wealth of food that you just don’t see regularly off the island. From a bounty of freshly caught..
Stories of old world charm, socialist regimes, diehard revolutionaries, salsa dancing, and coffee are only some that add to the lure of..
It’s a debate as old as time. Where did the Cuban sandwich ‘truly’ begin? Who makes the ‘most authentic one’? Where do you go to get one?..
One of the beauties of Key West is that the island is a haven for live music night and day. From a Duval crawl in the middle of the..
Key lime pie and Key West go hand in hand. While there are plenty of delicious varieties of this creamy, tart dessert, there are also a..
Key West is famous for its close proximity to Cuba; the islands are only 90 miles apart. But the two island destinations share more than..
The history of rum tends to be an interesting one because sailors and seafarers favored this strong, sweet spirit during the Age of..