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Charlotte, North Carolina
May 16, 2012
From journal The rocker couple enjoy the Hard Rock.
Great Falls, Virginia
October 30, 2006
From journal Key West 2006; Set your Clock for Island Time!
Salisbury, North Carolina
January 24, 2006
Okay, I've gotta confess, gourmet cuisine is wasted on me. But I can say one thing that isn't wasted is a fine steak and great burger! I mean, you might say I am a burger connoisseur!! Go on, you can say it, because predominantly all I eat are hamburgers. And along with the fantastic food and drink that Key West has to offer, I have to say the Hard Rock had bar none the best burger I've ever had.
Not only was it the best, but the wait staff was soo polite, funny, and engaging, maybe a lil' too engaging from my girlfriend's point of view, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. I mean, they create this awesome hypermasculine, Hemingway-ish decor, and I felt as though I was on the Key in times gone past. The atmosphere was light and fun. You are constantly being waited upon by gorgeous ladies and kind gentlemen who have your every whim on their hearts. What more can you asks for than good conversation, great food, and reasonable prices? When I return to Key West, The Hard Rock will be my first stop, guaranteed.
From journal Local Caribbean Escape
Hollis, New Hampshire
September 7, 2005
From journal Key West--New Year's Eve 2005
June 26, 2004
From journal Key West Sunsets
March 13, 2003
We dined outside at a small table on the front porch overlooking Duval Street. Our waitress was really nice and always there to refill our ice teas. I hope we tipped her enough. We both had delicious grilled chicken sandwiches. We didn’t have much money when we went on this trip, and the Hard Rock was one of the few places we ate other than Taco Bell. It was nice to actually be waited on for a change. I’ve been to several Hard Rocks in the country (Chicago is excellent, Denver is excellent, Maui only OK) and this one was excellent.
The thing about places like the Hard Rock, for me anyway, is that when you’re low on cash and not sure about trying out a local restaurant, you can go into these places and know exactly what you’re going to get. After spending a few more days in Key West we did discover some cute local cafes, but when you’re new in town it’s nice to have something familiar to go to until your get your bearings.
From journal Two girls and a boat
Piscataway, New Jersey
January 2, 2003
From journal Weekend in Key West
Brighton, United Kingdom
November 23, 2001
From journal Florida Keys out of season