Articles for November, 2011

Peanut Butter n’ WHAT?

Published by Miss Prissy on November 20th, 2011 - in Restaurant Reviews
Soooooo The Key West Citizen scooped me on the review of this place although I’ve had the pictures in my computer since last Tuesday AND I posted this in a “coming attractions” sort of way http://prissyinparadise.com/2011/08/you-say-goodbye-and-i-say-hello/

 

However, fellow blogger Conchscooter scooped The Citizen and you know what?  It’s all fine. The Citizen is well-read across the island and goodness knows neither Conchscooter nor I are the only bloggers on this crazy island anyway.  There are more than enough things for 100 bloggers to report, good, bad, and absolutely inane.

 

Besides, my not getting here sooner is Bonez’s fault…well, it certainly isn’t MINE :)

Countdown to Key West Food and Wine Festival 2012

Published by Miss Prissy on November 19th, 2011 - in Out & About

The third annual Key West Food and Wine Festival, that is…

 

For my take on Key West Food and Wine Festival 2011, see this post from earlier in the year http://prissyinparadise.com/2011/01/key-west-food-wine-festival-2011/

 

Penn & Kyla’s Weekend Picks: Nov 17

Published by Miss Prissy on November 17th, 2011 - in Out & About
While our Mom went “galavanting” all over the island to see an equally old (emphasize OLD) friend from New York, we’ve been thinking of you and what you may like. 

 

As much as Mom acts like she doesn’t have to get up and go to work tomorrow, she does.  In addition, she is volunteering at a Rotary event tomorrow night.

 

Speaking of that Rotary event, it’s also the first of our weekend picks: “Reggae Moon-Splash III”, Friday November 18 at 5pm, Truman Annex Waterfront.

Kaya Island Eats

Published by Miss Prissy on November 17th, 2011 - in Restaurant Reviews
So the Lower Keys are booming with restaurant openings!  We love that :)

 

The new contender is located at Baypoint in the Saddlebunch Keys (MM14).

Kaya Island Eats (3100 Overseas Highway) offers Caribbean, Hawaiian, and Asian fusion cuisine.  This venue was the former Knuckleheads, which started out as a bar, then was bulldozed to become a bar & restaurant.

Louie’s Afterdeck

Published by Miss Prissy on November 15th, 2011 - in Out & About
So friends from across the pond visited and while the guys were out fishing, Sinead & I had brunch at Blackfin Bistro where we sampled mimosa #2.  However, I wanted to take her someplace she had never patronized. 

 

I hailed a cab and told the driver “Louie’s” and the affable cabbie complied all the way to 700 Waddell Avenue.  We walked behind the restaurant and there we were, in front of the great Atlantic.

 

There were some people there, not tons,.  That was fine by us.

 

After a short time at this table, the sun started beating down  and Sinead is one of the whitest white women I know.  We decided to move to the bar and were able to score a couple seats.

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