Start us off with an overview.
If you enjoy dining in a shaded backyard with live music in the background and chickens strutting between your feet, Blue Heaven will be, well, heaven.
What’s the crowd like?
Despite the casual, low-key vibe, this is a more romantic restaurant than many others in Key West, so expect to see plenty of couples.
What should we be drinking?
Drinks are inexpensive and overall so-so. Wines are basic, but hey, sometimes a chilled Sauvignon Blanc is all you need on a hot, humid evening.
Main event: the food. Give us the lowdown—especially what not to miss.
The menu fuses classic techniques with Caribbean and Keys spices and flavors. You’ll find lots of seafood and jerk seasoning, as well as dishes like filet mignon. Or, just gild the lily here and go for the surf and turf.
And how did the front-of-house folks treat you?
Service is quick and friendly.
What’s the real-real on why we’re coming here?
This is a nice outing for couples seeking a break from the kiddos, or groups looking for a sit-down dining experience while in town.