Old Skool breakfast, lunch & dinner from Key West's oldest restaurant. Don't be fooled by the exterior of this place that looks like a white shed with fenced area next to it; inside, is great food and a lot of history along with a super cute outside patio. Breakfast: Crab Cake over Eggs and Spinach with roasted potatoes special. Also tried their coconut bread and potato cakes, also on special. Pepe's Cafe circa 1907 - they also make their own bottled hot sauce.
There are great museums featuring buried treasures, aquariums, a history of sea turtles and butterflies.
Pick up an art gallery guide and check out some talented local flare or do some shopping- there are a ton of cute island-wear shops from fancy to cover ups as well as island-styled furniture and home goods.
Also, the Key Lime shop that let's you sample some really tasty Key lime flavored treats - my favs were the mints, taffy and cookies - or you can get it frozen, dipped in chocolate, on a stick!
And of course, not to be missed, the SUNSETS!