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by tripin' craig
san antonio, Texas
September 28, 2008
Kimberling City, Missouri
February 14, 2005
From journal Key West is the Best!
April 16, 2004
From journal Key West -- April 2004
June 9, 2003
Drinks: They had several drink specials, all of which were $8 for the first glass and $6 for each refill. The first drink came with a souvenir glass so we ordered a few of those. I had the Rumrunner and the general consensus was that the drinks did not have any alcohol in them. We switched to beer for our second round.
Food: We wanted some oysters from their raw bar but they were out of oysters that night. The waitress suggested the "peel and eat" shrimp so we ordered that instead. We also ordered the "Awesome" Smoked Fish Dip for $6.95, which was made with five ounces of hickory smoked dolphin in a creamy dip and is served with crackers. I expected it to be the consistency of pate or a cream cheese dip, but it was runny and the consistency of ground tuna. It was tasty all the same and we ordered a second plate of shrimp because they were so good!
From journal Key West Fiesta
by Tim V
July 25, 2002
From journal Six Weeks in Key West (Working)
February 1, 2002
Hog's Breath is a local hangout, with both indoor and outdoor bars, live music, casual atmosphere and friendly service. You also get good food at a good price - in addition to our oysters, we had caesar salad, conch fritters, and stone crab all for just about $35 including one beer. True, they're all appetizers but still a good price. Also, you get free refills on your fountain beverages.
Hog's Breath also has a gift shop where you can buy a T shirt proclaiming that "Hog's Breath is better than no breath at all," which is their slogan.
We continue to head to Hog's Breath every time we're in Key West.
From journal The Conch Republic