Dine on fresh seafood at a table by the water, enjoy home cooking, great sandwiches, steaks, pasta, and much more at the island’s many restaurants. And don’t forget a slice - or five - of Key Lime pie or delicious ice cream. Start the day at a coffee shop or breakfast spot and end it with a tropical drink or beer and music at a local bar. You can eat a delicious meal at a picnic table at one of the the local seafood markets or buy fresh yellowtail snapper, mahi-mahi, grouper, Florida lobster, smoked fish, and stone crab and serve a gourmet meal in the privacy of your tropical resort. Be assured, you will not leave the island hungry...or thirsty.