Restaurants Siesta Key FL
Siesta Key is a fun place to spend a day shopping, people watching and generally strolling along one of the world’s most beautiful beaches.
When you get hungry, you’re in luck.
It’s also a great spot for foodies.
Our favorites follow:
They call it ‘sol’ food. A fresh breakfast joint and a happy place to be in the morning.
The Village Cafe
All we can say is YUM! If you love pancakes, but are trying to be healthy, order the sweet potato version. You’ll never go back to plain ol’ pancakes again.
Another Broken Egg
This is one breakfast franchise that delivers, with excellent omelets, pancakes, benedicts and more.
Caffeine and cocktails? Sold.
Meany’s Mini Doughnuts
The Meaney family may own the place, but they are not meanies! In fact, they’re some of the nicest people you’ll ever meet. (Albeit, who could be mean when they sell tiny doughnuts all day?)
The Big Olaf Creamery
The perfect afternoon treat! Or, of course, after-dinner dessert.
LUNCH AND DINNER
Gilligan’s Island Bar
The biggest thatched tiki bar in town has a reputation for wasting the day away.
Stands for Siesta Key Oyster Bar. Shucks.
Old Salty Dog
An old Florida favorite, this pup-friendly pub serves up bar eats and live music.
The Hub Baja Grill
Calling all margarita fans, pair your tequila with chips and salsa. With live music almost daily, you’ll enjoy the ambiance and the Tex-Mex flair.
The Lobster Pot
True to its name, this pot overfloweth with seafood and nautical decor.
Foodies serving foodies American and Japanese inspired dishes in a tropical setting.
Exactly what it sounds like – A deck full of daiquiris, perfect for hot summer nights. The most famous is the Deck Diesel. (Fuel up.)
The Beach Club
The place you want to be for loud music, drinks and dancing! For all you partygoers out there, this club is the place for you.
Blasé Cafe & Martini Bar
Nothing blasé about this spot. This is where the locals hang, so weekends get busy. Order a fancy martini.