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American Road Trip: Key Largo

by admin on Monday, May 20, 2013 · 5 comments

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We’re hitting the road again for our American Road Trip! This time, we’re transporting you and your taste buds to breezy Key Largo, Florida. Blue water, sandy beaches and refreshing cuisine – we hope our featured menu will remind you of this vacation destination.

What to Do

  • Dive Spiegel Grove. Key Largo is known as the “Dive Capital of the World,” and this 510-foot ship is a great reef to explore.
  • Take a Glass-Bottomed Boat. Even if you don’t know how to scuba dive, you can still experience Florida sea life! An adventure in a glass-bottomed boat is perfect for your little sprouts to learn about life under the sea.
  • See Everglades National Park. Take a short trip to this famous wetland wilderness that is home to endangered species like manatees and crocodiles!
  • Hit the Beach. Sit back, relax and don’t forget the sunscreen! The beaches in Key Largo are the ideal setting for digging your toes into the sand and maybe having a little picnic.

What to Eat

  • Key Lime Pie. The Keys are known for their sweet, tangy and refreshing key lime desserts. Now you can get a taste of the famous flavor when you try our Key Largo Key Lime Muffins. Be sure to grab one (or many more) before they’re gone on May 29th!
  • Seafood. Key Largo has a variety of fresh seafood depending on the season. If you’re a fishing fanatic, you can even go out and catch your own dinner!

 

 

Resources
http://www.fla-keys.com/keylargo
http://www.keylargochamber.org
http://www.nps.gov/ever/index.htm

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tom Saturday, May 25, 2013 at 10:22 am

What happen to the Ginger Tofu soup? You should have this soup every other month….the Asians love this soup and bring more business for you. Also I notice the blueberry muffin has less blue berry…tough time I understand but you can take all the good stuff away and increase the price. Thx

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Chile Monday, May 27, 2013 at 6:57 am

I also noticed a huge drop in the number of blueberries in the muffins. I no longer enjoy them. If this is a cost-cutting measure, it’s very disappointing and a sad prediction to what else may be changing at Sweet Tomatoes. :(

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Merle Wexler Saturday, May 25, 2013 at 3:20 pm

I wish Sweet Tomatoes would open up a second location near Coral Gables, I LOVE Sweet Tomatoes!!!

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Judy Sunday, May 26, 2013 at 1:49 pm

Can’t wait….I live in Illinois and spent a week in Key Largo this past Dec. Wish I could live in the Florida Keys, well maybe someday. The eating was GREAT! Hopefully by the time I get to live down there, there will be Sweet Tom in the area for me visit every now and then!

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jimsure Sunday, May 26, 2013 at 3:10 pm

I wish I was in the keys right now, eating , drinking, swimming etc.

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