Posts Tagged ‘Key West Small Plates’

Square One (SQ1) : 2 Times in 2 Weeks, Yes and Yes!

Published by Miss Prissy on November 4th, 2014 - in Restaurant Reviews

SQ1A So remember how I posted last year about Square One getting a facelift? Lo and behold, it’s happened again! They closed this past summer and ownership changed again. Jamille from The Café is now co-owner with Dominique Falkner and Carmelo and Carolyn have moved on.  So if I’ve been there

Santiago’s Bodega

Published by Miss Prissy on October 4th, 2011 - in Restaurant Reviews
Santiago’s Bodega (207 Petronia Street) is one of our favorite-est places to eat on the island.  This is in the Bahama Village section of Key West.  No, we are not afraid to walk through there at night.   It’s actually quite pleasant to get off Duval Street sometimes. 


The Handsome Captain and I love tapas-style dining.  It allows us to sample many different items without getting overly full on any one thing.


I don’t really understand people who say “It won’t satisfy me”.  One tapas (small plate) isn’t meant to fill a person.  One is supposed to order 2-3 items per person.

Louie’s Upper Deck: Au Revoir, Michael

Published by Miss Prissy on September 7th, 2011 - in Restaurant Reviews
So the Handsome Captain and I wanted to spend a romantic evening with a wonderful view.  It had been a few months since we were last at Louie’s Upper Deck, and we enjoy their tapas.  Bonez got on the horn with our friend Michael, manager of the Upper Deck and it was set. 


We arrived for our Friday night 8pm reservation a little early and were seated immediately at the very best table.  Thank you, Michael…you always take such wonderful care of us :).  We thought that since it was the beginning of Labor Day weekend, the place would be mobbed…it wasn’t.  I guess folks were waiting for Saturday night.  Much the better for us, I suppose.


We had a wonderful waiter Jeff who started us off with a Chardonnay for Greg and a Sauvignon Blanc for me.  Salut!


Published by Miss Prissy on May 6th, 2011 - in Restaurant Reviews

As the handsome Greg and I were led to our table last night, it’s as if I could hear Etta James singing “At Last”, because that is how I felt after finally making it to Fin. Having foodie friends whose opinions we value, we learned they either loved it, hated it, or “would try again when they got the kinks ironed out”. We decided it was our turn and the reservation was made. Located at 613 ½ Duval Street, we had an outdoor table next to the brick-walled herb garden. Our young gentleman waiter sat upon the small brick wall and explained the ordering process, though we already knew tapas-style dining.

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