The Key To Dining Success: Cafe Marquesa, Key West

When you think of Key West, do you think of Ernest Hemingway? Or the gorgeous sunsets? Or Key Lime Pie?

Many think of the restored Victorian gem called the Marquesa Hotel, one of the area’s best small luxury hotels. Situated in Old Town and a few steps from Duvall Street, it’s building a reputation for exquisite cuisine in a 50-seat restaurant.

This AAA Four-Diamond and DuRino Award-winning dining room features contemporary American Cuisine focusing on Seared Brioche Dusted Yellowfin Tuna, Goat Cheese with Pistachio Crusted Rack of Lamb, and Grilled Marinated Key West Shrimp.


Posted by Gil Zeimer on June 03, 2006 in Food

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  1. Online Kitchenware
    Online Kitchenware says:

    I came here last year and tried the Key Lime Pie for the first time. I have never tasted anything so nice. I had that much of it i put on 7lbs in two weeks. I can not wait to go back next year.

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