For the next few weeks, tennis enthusiasts from across the globe descend on to Key Biscayne for the Sony Ericsson Open. What is there to do after Key Biscayne’s most famous event? Below are some of my favorite restaurants and hangouts on the Key.
Le Macaron (638 Crandon Blvd) - the newest place to open in Key Biscayne. Le Macaron offers authentic French cuisine and desserts so decadent they will make your eyes water. Order wine by the bottle and enjoy!!
The Golden Hog (91 Harbor Dr.) - Venezuelan owned, offers an arepa bar for breakfast.
Sir Pizza (712 Crandon Blvd) - the place to go for lunch in Key Biscayne without having to change out of your bathing suit!
The Lighthouse Cafe (1200 Crandon Blvd) - Located inside Bill Baggs State Park, TLC, offers seafood fare right by the water. It’s a great spot to watch sea life especially at sunset.
Novecento (620 Crandon Bvd) - Argentinean restaurant that offers, in my opinion, the best hamburger in town.
The Oasis (19 Harbor Dr) - Need a Cuban Cafecito break. Belly up to the window at the Oasis for a quick fix and maybe a nice pastelito.