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Sarabeth's in Key West, FL offers a fresh and updated take on classic American cooking for the last 35 years. In 1981, Sarabeth’s began making marmalade in her home kitchen from an old family recipe. From that humble beginning,now own and operate a jam factory, wholesale and 15 restaurants. It’s a true American success story. To many fans of Sarabeth’s,thank you for being loyal customers of our products and restaurants.
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I live in Key West and have been going to Sarabeths for 20 years. First when David was the front man, and then with Milosh. It was magical. There was always someone with ready smile when you approached the host/ess stand. And you could always...More
Another bland, underwhelming Key West breakfast spot. It looked busy and super cute from the street, so we decided to grab breakfast here one morning in early Jan. Sadly, I can't even remember what I hgad as it was so completely dull. Wait staff was...More
We had a great time at Sarabeth’s with delicious food and very friendly service. In particular the shellfish cake made my day. Special tastes on the dishes and few but fresh meals on a very appealing menu make this place clearly a great spot.
The food could not have been better. Brusetta app. I loved the way it was presented with the ability to put the toppings on rather than already on the the amazing toasted bread. We both had local sea food and were not disappointed. My husband...More
We were seated in a mid-level area that turned out to be reasonably quiet but was also a service area.
Nicholas waited on us; he was very pleasant and eager to please. I was curious about the whole local snapper but didn’t want to have...More
Over the years we have seen three owners at Sarabeths on Simonton Street, firstly there was David with his iconic shorts, ever present and mixing socially with his diners. David retired and l believe moved to New York. Next there was Milos another great host...More