Take a Big Bite at Small Florida Keys Eateries

Indigenous Florida Keys cuisine typically means fresh fish and seafood harvested from local waters, headlining nearly every restaurant menu. For a delicious bite to spark your taste buds, check out some small, off-the-grid and new-location eateries that Keys locals favor for their flavors. 

Unpretentious island cuisine with a Latin flair enhances the adult dining experience at Milagro Restaurant and Bar, now located at 1402 Simonton St. at the Santa Maria Suites Resort in Key West. Milagro means “miracle” in Spanish. Owner-chef Kevin Montoya and wife Maggie both have backgrounds in food service and cooking, and Kevin Montoya is a four-time winner of Key West’s annual Master Chefs Classic. Milagro is open 5-9:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, featuring a variety of fish and seafood dishes to choose from including grilled octopus over Applewood-smoked bacon polenta; Pork, beef and chicken items prepared on a wood grill; Signature items such as blue corn enchiladas and the list goes on... Visit milagrorestaurant.net or call 305-440-3534.