I'm traveling to Miami and driving south to the Keys for our annual girlfriend's getaway in late March. This is my first visit to South Florida.
Just to set the stage a bit, I'm flying from San Francisco and definitely into the creative, fresh, seasonal, local cuisine thing--though that doesn't have to mean $30/plate organic restaurants. I like quirky, community-driven restaurants, some of them dives, like this Tunisian cafe in San Francisco and Monell's and Prince's Hot Chicken in Nashville.
Cost doesn't matter much: I just want really good food, whether that's a sandwich or an amazing plate of fish for $30.
Miami (possibly two days and two nights):
Michael's for dinner on a Wednesday (already reserved)
_________ for dinner on Saturday
Keys (possibly two days and two nights, overnight in Key West but traveling around via car)
BO's Fish Wagon for lunch
Seven Fish for dinner
Hogfish for lunch or dinner
___________ for breakfast?
Thanks for any advice you can offer. I promise to report back.