Fuel up on the finest fare at this former gas station, now part of the Eden House complex. In a contemporary setting with indoor and outdoor seating, welcoming staff serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner that stand out from the hordes of Key West restaurants by virtue of originality. For instance, key lime–stuffed French toast and yellowtail snapper Benedict make breakfast a pleasant wake-up call. The crab cake BLT, duck Cubano with fontina cheese, and charred marinated octopus command notice on the lunch menu. Four varieties of homemade gnocchi are a dinner-time specialty, along with tasting plates, "almost entrées" like braised lamb over Moroccan-spiced chickpeas, and main courses that include branzino, veal, and steak. Sunday brunch served.