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Complete List of Restaurants You Can Walk to from the Tropical Breeze Resort

We get it. You don’t feel like calling for a ride. You don’t want to hop in the car. Sometimes, you just want a nice restaurant to escape to that is within walking distance.

Thankfully, the Tropical Breeze Siesta Key beach resort is right in the middle of the excitement. Within a short walk of our Siesta Key hotel, you can explore so many facets of top-quality dining. From authentic breakfast cottages to late-night pizza and barbeque, there’s seemingly no end to the list of possible places you and the family can check out without having to drive anywhere. We compiled a complete list, with little tidbits about each of these great restaurants.

Most Popular

These are some of the most popular places to eat amidst the Siesta Key hotels on the beach. 

  • The Cottage: This fine-dining French experience soaks you in bright decorative colors on the walls and even brighter colors on the plate!

  • Summer House: This authentic steak and seafood house screams Old and genuine Florida.

  • Siesta Key Oyster Bar: Oyster and seafood enthusiasts will adore the nearly limitless combinations and flavor styles of these oysters. The restaurant is also known to showcase some great local music talent through weekly live shows.

  • The Hub: Mix latin flavor with margaraits and you have a timeless combination with this true taco-filled hub for Siesta Key.

  • Old Salty Dog: The laid-back attitude and charming aesthetics make Old Salty Dog an ideal stop for families. You can even bring a pup!
group at Minnie's Cafe on Siesta Key

Breakfast and Cafes

Time for breakfast? And that means exploring these exemplary egg-filled cafes by the water.

  • Another Broken Egg: Another Broken Egg ids the quintessential breakfast stop and simply can’t be missed for anyone who loves big and bold classic breakfast fixings.
  • Bonjour French Café: genuine French sandwiches, crepes, and other assorted breakfast and brunch-styled goodies hide behind its cool pink exterior.

  • Village Café: Simple and sweet, Village Café is a throwback to down-to-Earth American southern eating.

  • LeLu Coffee Lounge: Who thought mixing coffee, cocktails, and an outside deck with music would be so satisfying? 

  • Mojo Risin Coffee Co: This relatively new Siesta key addition breathes new life into smoothies, acai, and espresso. 
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Best for Lunch

Take a break from all the attractions and fuel up with our top below lunch restaurants within walking distance of our hotel. Lunchtime is the best time!

  • Lobster Pot: This restaurant is also open for dinner, but we love sitting on the patio with family and enjoying some New England style cuisine like Maine lobster and clam chowder.

  • Ripfire Pizza and BBQ: Pizza, beer, and barbeque in a top-notch eatery on the main strip of western Siesta Key.

  • Star Thai and Sushi: Easily the finest thai and sushi spot on the key.

  • Solorzanos Pizzeria: Top-rated and genuinely original pizza.

  • Subway: A good classic stop to satisfy everyone. 
ladies eating ice cream

Desserts and Bakeries

You can never skip out on dessert!

  • Big Olaf Creamery: All homemade ice cream in the Village of Siesta Key.

  • Meaney’s Mini Donuts: While the employees aren’t mean, the mini donuts are. 

  • Curly Cream: Fresh ingredients make all the difference in this revered local joint, also known as Siesta Creamery.
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Best for Evenings Out

Whether you want it fancy or casual, Siesta Key has many spots for you to dine at.

  • Flavio’s Brick Oven and Bar: You can just about taste that classic brick-oven style in every slice.

  • 3.14 Pi Craft Beer and Spirits: This popular southern chain delivers big with funky and fresh craft beers.

  • Blasé Café and Martini Bar: Reserve seating is highly recommended. Oh, and a martini for good measure.

  • The Daiquiri Deck: A big patio by the water, large tables, and bright umbrellas just about perfectly embody this cafe’s entire M.O.- a great time with friends. It has some of the best outdoor seating on the whole key.

  • The Beach Club: This restaurant doubles as a music venue and club past 9 p.m.

  • Gilligan’s Island Bar and Grill: Capture the purity of Florida eating in this tiki-covered bar and restaurant. 

You can find a number of Siesta Key hotels and places to stay near Siesta Key. Contact us for additional details or search our luxury hotel rooms just book your stay today to secure your trip. 

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