Key West’s popular breakfast and brunch spots can be a bit chaotic during tourist season. So if you really don’t want to wait for a table (or spend a lot of money), walk over to Fisherman’s Cafe. The sidewalk restaurant has minimal seating, but coming here is a delicious, low-stress way to get some food and caffeine in your system. They serve breakfast until the afternoon and make some really great things with Cuban bread, including a simple but tasty egg and cheese sandwich and pressed guava toast that pairs perfectly with their colada. They do a few lunch dishes too, like a fish sandwich with a papaya and mango slaw on a potato bun.