Eat at Pepe's at least once every trip and will continue to do so. Awesome food, great service every time.
Pepe's came recommened by a couple we met watching the sunset. wish we saw them again to say thank you. we stopped in for lunch on the way to the dock. the chef blends so many interesting tastes, that make sense...but I never thought of doing it. my artichoke & parm soup was so good, I couldn't stop eating...even tho... More
Coming off the ferry we were starved and happened upon Pepe's - I was a little hesitant to eat here as this was my very first Key West experience and this place looks a little rundown when you happen upon it. Food was great - service was better. We enjoyed lunch that first day and breakfast on the last day.... More
Stopped by for breakfast early Thanksgiving Morning. Creative selections line French Toast with cinnamon pumpkin pie topping with crumbled graham crackers or quiches with smoked sausage with a cream cheese scallion garlic sauce. Or keep it simple with pancakes with fresh fruit or eggs with their homage bread of the day. Today it was key lime coconut bread! Filled with... More
During my first trip to Key West this summer a dear friend introduced me to a great little place known as Pepe's Café. Starting with Happy Hour, a vodka & grapefruit juice, fresh squeezed for each drink was delicious. The stuffed oysters are not to be missed we had them every night. Follow that up with their steak dinner cooked... More
We ate there 3 days in a row it was so good. Get there early for breakfast as lines form waiting.every day tried something different for breakfast and it always was delicious.they make their own bread for toast coconut mango etc. you won't be disappointed at Pepes Cafe
Another one of those small to mid size places in Key West. Food is very good and the service was great. Loved the pasta and steak and plenty to split for two people. Menu has something for everyone. It was our first time a Pepe's Cafe and felt it is a keeper.
We ate on the patio and had great service. Oysters (served three ways) were a delectable appetizer and Mahi sandwich with slaw was sooo delic. My only "what the heck?" moment came when I wandered inside (we ate on the lovely little patio area) to find a girl's room (it's in back) and saw the nude painting. Honestly, I would... More
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