Siesta Key Village Food GuideVacationing on Siesta Key gives you easy access to multiple World Class Beaches. Staying in Siesta Key Village gives you easy access to World Class restaurants. Why not double down on your Siesta Key vacation and be close to everything Siesta Key has to offer?
Siesta Key Village resides near North Siesta Key Beach Accesses 1-5. The Public Beach parking, concessions & Sunset Deck are a mile south, accessible by beach walk or sidewalks. You could also take one of Siesta Key's many "free" ride services that operate off of tips. Uber also covers Siesta Key if you prefer a cash-free method.
The Village contains many of Siesta Key's restaurants and bars. We've been able to experience many of them and certainly have our personal favorites. We've found some World Class dining options and want to help you make the best choice for your group!
This list does not include every restaurant in Siesta Key Village but highlights many great options.
Get your beach day started right with a hearty breakfast! The last thing you'll want to be is hungry when you've just gotten comfortable in Siesta Key's sugar sand. Here are some affordable and delicious options to start your day.
Sun Garden Cafe
One of the most unique and delicious restaurants you will find anywhere, Sun Garden Cafe is Siesta Key's hidden gem. This adorable cafe has indoor and outdoor seating for about 100 people and can handle large groups. During busy season and busier times of day, expect to wait anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour. Be patient, it is well worth it!
Sun Garden Cafe offers breakfast and lunch options. The breakfast is available all day and is full of savory options named after classic rock bands and songs. They have the best biscuits and gravy I've ever tasted. The benedicts are imaginative yet so perfect that you'll be clearing your plate for sure.
This is the place to start your food journey on Siesta Key. It's delicious, memorable and affordable. You will most likely find yourself back here before your trip is over!
Another Broken Egg
Simple and delicious is the way they do things at Another Broken Egg. Prices are affordable, the food portions are plentiful and the staff is very friendly.
Another Broken Egg usually has some delicious creative specials going that keep people coming back for more.
Bonjour French Cafe
In the mood for Crepes? This authentic French bistro is small and unassuming but has some very unique meals! The prices are affordable and the staff is very friendly.
Their specialty is crepes and the lobster crepe is the fan favorite. They also have a pizza crepe that will keep the kids happy as well as French bakery items like baguettes and croissants.
CROP Juice isn't on Siesta Key but it is close by just off of Siesta Key in Sarasota’s Gulf Gate.
This local Cold-pressed Raw Organic Produce juice bar draws regular customers from as far away as Tampa Bay and Fort Myers, so Siesta Key isn't too far away. Their World Class Juice is 100% organic and made with the only the best organic produce.
Lunch & Dinner
After a morning on the beach or a long day of relaxation there is no better feeling than quenching that hunger with some good food. It's even better when you can top that food off with some refreshing beverages.
Siesta Key Village is home to amazing dining options for lunch and dinner. The hardest part is choosing which option is best for you. We're here to help!
Siesta Key Oyster Bar is another World Famous spot here on Siesta Key. The seafood is out of this world delicious. Try the Grouper on tacos, on a bun, or fried! Crustacean Happy Hour is from 3-6 PM so come load up on fresh crawfish or oysters for cheap.
This restaurant is the landmark spot in Siesta Key Village. Make sure you are ready to wait in a line during busy hours but you can still enjoy the live music from outside SKOB while you wait.
The party usually ends up at Daiquiri Deck because it tends to be the place serving food the latest. That's excellent because their menu is huge and full of good options for everyone.
This is also the place to go if you have large groups. With seating for over 200 people between 3 different areas, Daiquiri Deck is the place to enjoy a game on TV or a large group lunch or dinner.
The lobster roll and the gator bites are always crowd favorites. The prices are a little higher than some other places but they do have over a dozen frozen Daiquiri machines to help you forget that.
Old Salty Dog
The Old Salty Dog lies at the far end of Siesta Key Village. They are known for their Salty Dog Hot Dog which is fried. Salty Dog has lots of seafood options as well as burgers and hot dogs, so it's a good place to go if you have some picky eaters.
This restaurant was also featured in Man vs Food on TV if you want to come to a place you've possibly seen on the Food Channel as well!
Hub Baja Grill
The Hub is where you go for huge margaritas and their lobster bisque soup. Both of those items are World Class and will have you longing for them when you're half a world away again from beautiful Siesta Key.
The Hub usually has live music and does well with larger groups. The menu is fairly basic and a little pricey but the atmosphere, margaritas and lobster bisque soup make up for any shortcomings!
The Cottage Restaurant
The Cottage is the upscale seafood sister to The Hub. You can also get the lobster bisque soup here and I recommend you ask for the fried plantain strips to dip in the soup!
This is a pricier higher class restaurant so if you're in the mood for high end seafood dishes and a more upscale dining experience The Cottage is the place to go.
Pizza and bar food snacks open late! They also deliver and are open in the Village often well past midnight. This is the place to go when you need a New Jersey Pie or some heavy food to soak up some alcohol!
What kind of vacation food guide would this be without talking about dessert options? Siesta Key has you covered in the dessert department!
The Donut Experiment Siesta Key
Get donuts your way! Custom donuts right in Siesta Key Village!
SubZero Ice Cream
Yes, the ice cream franchise from Shark Tank on ABC! Come try ice cream made right in front of you customized to your every taste desire!
Meaney's Mini Doughnuts
When you look back at your Siesta Key vacation, you will think about Meaney's mini doughnuts and miss them. They come in many delicious flavors so just go and try this place! They also have soft serve ice cream which they have been known to add mini doughnuts to as well!
Big Olaf Ice Cream
The Amish have a large community in Sarasota and they know how to make good food. Their ice cream is no different and it's a must try.
If fancy gelato is more your style, then Siesta Key once again has you covered. Custom flavors are changed out daily and you might find yourself in love with a new dessert option if you haven't tried gelato before. You've been warned.
Looking for a healthier dessert option? SunniBunni has you covered. This local chain promotes digestive health and good bacteria in their desserts. If you want a healthy dessert this is the way to go.
We hope to see you on Siesta Key soon! If you need a place to stay right in the heart of Siesta Key Village, feel free to check our availability! We've got furnished large 2 bedroom condos with kitchens and a heated outdoor pool.
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