Key West


Kermit Carpenter, his sister Anita and her husband John knew they wanted to create a product that was high quality and ‘Key West’ and 30 years later, Kermit’s Key Lime Shoppe is still standing in two different locations in Key West.

The Place:

Don’t like lime? This isn’t the spot for you. Kermit’s Key Lime Shoppe contains dozens of juices, cookies, sauces, seasonings and more all basking in the sweet, sweet taste of Key Lime. 

The Food:

Belgian chocolate dipped Key lime pie on a stick. That’s it. That’s all we’ve got to say. 

Our Recommendations:

Grab a Key lime pie on a stick or a gluten free slice of Key lime pie. While you’re visiting Kermit’s, don’t forget to bring back some treats for your friends and family back home. 

“Don’t miss out on one of the main things Key West is known for: Key Lime Pie. But a local’s secret? Get it on a stick dipped in dark chocolate. Just trust me.”
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