Pisces, a renowned restaurant in the heart of Key West, Florida, was one of the first to bring fine dining to the Tropical out post of Key West.
Pisces is located in the Historic Old Town district at 1007 Simonton Street. This building dates back to 1892. It originally housed a tin wares and stove store and later became the home of Cigar maker Ignacio Castillano. In 1937 it was transformed into part of a Hotel and restaurant complex known as the Gulf Stream, owned by Al Capone's bookkeeper. The artworks on display are all Andy Warhol original signed prints from the owners. You will see portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Chairman Mao, Mick Jagger, and Liz Taylor among others, as well as the famous Campbell's Tomato Soup and Cow 1971.
Known For: French, Seafood
Attire: Dress is Key West casual