Whether you are visiting Key Biscayne or living on the island, there's nothing worse than trying to figure out what to eat. We have gathered some of our must-try places to grab a bite in Key Biscayne. Break the hangry spell with our list of favorite places to eat in Key Biscayne!
The owner of Piononos, Maria Luisa Benavides, is a Key Biscayne native and mother with a passion for baking and desserts. The artisans of Piononos, a bakery-family, create each dessert with care so every bite is delicious with flavor. This is the perfect place to pick up desserts for Abuela! It was featured in the Miami New Times as "Key Biscayne's best-kept secret." Check their article here.
I don't know about you but I'm always on the hunt for my favorite family-owned diner. By far, the Donut Gallery is my favorite place for the breakfast. The Donut Gallery is the perfect place to start the day filled with the many activities Key Biscayne has to offer. Make sure to get enough energy to take a bike tour through the island!
Trust me on this one, this is a watering hole for Key Rats. Sir Pizza has their famous pizza that is cut into squares that are perfect for dipping into ranch. Sounds weird to dip your pizza in ranch? Wrong, you'll be hooked once you try it! My mouth is watering just thinking about it. Don't forget to try their cookies too!
Patagonia offers a wide variety of sandwiches to choose from! This is the perfect picnic meal to pickup and have on the beach. The empanadas from Patagonia are a tasty must-have snack to take with you on the beach picnic.
Milanezza is a casual restaurant with a cool vintage atmosphere preparing Italian & Argentinian dishes with a twist. This is the perfect place to satisfy your meat cravings. Bring the family for a very cozy setting sharing homemade and healthy food.
KeBo is a Spanish Food Restaurant that offers the best of the Mediterranean Spanish cuisine. Their options compose of “tapas” perfect for sharing, meats, fishes, and paellas. Both in the restaurant or bar area enjoy a wine, cava and beer list filled with specialty Spanish beverages.
Tutto Pizza and Pasta cooks their pizzas and many of their entrees in a firewood-burning oven giving the dishes a truly special and authentic taste. Bring the family or date for a casual elegant dinning experience with delicious menu and wine list.
You'll see a pack of cyclist at Oasis early in the morning. This is the spot where cyclist stop for cafecito and breakfast in Key Biscayne. While you're there you have to try Oasis' award-winning lechón and their best rated Cuban sandwich!
Costa Med offers homemade pasta and a the finest wine selection. All natural products, freshest fish-seafood, organic poultry and produce are prepared onsite so everything is made fresh.
Rusty Pelican offers contemporary American cuisine and fresh seafood on the water. This is the perfect place to celebrate a recent grad, a birthday, or just to dine with a view. With the impressive waterfront views, hand-crafted cocktails and food, you’re in for an unforgettable experience at the Rusty Pelican.
Let us know in the comments what are your favorite places to eat in Key Biscayne!
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