|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
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/
|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.