photo credit: Ryan Pfeffer
Barbecue, like closed toe shoes and winter, is not really a thing on Key West, but Eaton Good changed that. This outdoor spot is making some really good smoked meat alongside rotisserie jerk chicken, curry cauliflower, and bánh mì in sandwich form or wrapped in a housemade roti. We appreciate how the menu adds some diversity to an area of the island dense with fried seafood. But it’s their standard barbecue stuff—ribs, brisket, and pulled pork—that’s worth prioritizing here. Weekend specials like burgers and Detroit-style pizza happen often, too. It’s a great spot for a change of pace if you’ve consumed three pounds of conch fritters in the last 48 hours.