Key West Fine Cuisine Charters Will Enjoy!

Louie’s Back Yard once was just a patio with a gathering of friends back a few years ago. From those days that I recall long ago, it has grown into something of an institution as a standard in fine dining.  From time to time, when a chef leaves an establishment you will notice a change in cuisine and menu.  On a small island word gets out quick when there is a change and the crowd finds new places to enjoy.   Now with our recent visit, we find that it is once again well worth the trip to the Atlantic Ocean side for either a wonderful way to watch a sunset with cocktails overlooking the ocean (and a dog’s park to watch dogs frolic in the frothy waves below deck) or like we did with Debi and Joe visiting from our sailboat, 42 ft Moon Dance, join the others on the “afterdeck” or you can choose indoors, for a culinary Sunday afternoon delightfully delicious brunch!  There is the tiki level, two after deck levels and several indoor levels that are intimate and special dining experiences occur.  Since Ronda and I have not been back to Louie’s in awhile this was a true treat.  We often recommend to our guests to stay on board and just walk to many of the places near the boats that can more than meet your needs but Louie’s Backyard may be back on the map for your next on land dining delight.

Is it the weekend yet?  Call us for your fall and winter getaway soon!  305-304-4911.

 

Capt’n Al with Ronda

 

 

 

Key West Charter California Friends

We are still talking about what an outstanding sailing day that we had!  There is more fun video that our friends/ guests took we haven’t even seen yet.  Watch the whole video for best effect of what it looks like from sailing and seeing a turtle, watching a sunset and then the moon rise.  There were a couple of folks that did not return this year but there were the next generation of young people to come in their stead.  Bittersweet not having some of the group.  What a fine group and a new generation with their hair braided fully immersed into the Bahamian Village on the outskirts of downtown.  We are hoping this becomes a new annual event.  Best and fondest wishes!

Our best, Ted Burnett and Gang!

Captain Al with Ronda

 

 

 

 

Culinary Key West Adventures Continue!

 

 

 

 

 

When you visit Key West and stay on board one of our sailboats, we like to give you some input on the restaurants nearby around you as well as those just a short drive or taxi trip on the main arteries of Key West.  There are secret nooks and crannies in any town, USA where the locals find the “secret spots”.  This was one of them!  Grunts looks just like someone’s back yard next to a parking lot, 409 Caroline, Key West, Florida.  Thank you Teri Fainberg for inviting us to try something we have never even seen ourselves! AND – A Very  Special Thanks to Harvey Hirsch who encouraged us to get out and take culinary adventures.

 

Enjoy!

Ronda Rinald – guest blogger/ vlogger for Captain Al

 

 

 

 

 

When you visit Key West and stay on board one of our sailboats, we like to give you some input on the restaurants nearby around you as well as those just a short drive or taxi trip on the main arteries of Key West.  There are secret nooks and crannies in any town, USA where the locals find the “secret spots”.  This was one of them!  Grunts looks just like someone’s back yard next to a parking lot, 409 Caroline, Key West, Florida.  Thank you Teri Fainberg for inviting us to try something we have never even seen ourselves! AND – A Very  Special Thanks to Harvey Hirsch who encouraged us to get out and take culinary adventures.

 

Enjoy!

Ronda Rinald – guest blogger/ vlogger for Captain Al

 

 

Come Down To See Key West And Sail!

 

The only thing blooming here  – flowers!  The algae is NOT in South Florida or the Florida Keys so do come down and enjoy our amazing reefs for a half or full day sail.  Some will be more adventurous and want to get out there and really get into the island life next to an uninhabited island or anchor off in a lagoon.

Visibility amazing and clear; turtles, sea rays, dolphins and reefs loaded with fish.

Why wait?

Call us 305-304-4911

Captain Al with Ronda

 

 

 

 

Key West Sailing Adventure Family Review Report With Captain Al

Key West Memories!   Watch the whole video!

enjoy

Captain Al

Key West Sailing Adventure & Culinary Adventure At Grunts Restaurant!

Albert and I were visiting one of our friends who comes to Key West often and she kept telling us about a fun place she liked to go to and eat.  Grunts Restaurant is at 409 Caroline, Key West and if you blink you might just miss it.  It’s been around for many years it seems and we never knew it was a restaurant since it seems to be a funky couple of buildings but it’s outdoor dining; one of the “secret spots” locals like to go to.  It’s downtown and the best way to get there is to bicycle in.  Since you may need some fun options of where to eat when you are walking or bicycling downtown, you may enjoy this too.  They have outdoor food truck and you get a free water or buy a cocktail, someone takes your order you pick out a seat and just relax!

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Let’s Eat!

Ronda Rinald – guest blogger/vlogger for Captain Albert

 

 

Key West Sailing Adventures Continuing Culinary Adventures in Key West