Perched on the edge of the Rickenbacker Causeway, this is your classic thatched-hut bar: island-y live music on the weekends, a generous weekday happy hour, plenty of frosty drinks on hand and grease-defying conch fritters. The water views don't hurt either.
Where to Go After the Balls Are Put Away
Whew. What a match. It was back and forth all night long. Now you could use a place to refuel as you discuss the finer points of Ana Ivanovic's backside—er, backhand. Herewith, our recommendations for relaxing on Key Biscayne this week.
Located inside Bill Baggs State Park, this catch-of-the-day boater's hang is where you'll find Latin classics like paella and ceviche alongside oceanic fare like fried whole fish. A few Presidentes later, and the stadium's watered-down beer will be long forgotten.
It's doesn't get saltier than Jimbo's. The legendary shrimp shack has seen countless movie shoots, biker parties and bocce games. Go for the $2 beers and the smoked fish, stay for the local color… and the $2 beers and smoked fish.
After a long day at the courts, you'll want to reward yourself with some guacamole and crab tacos at the Ritz's waterfront Mexican lounge. And you know, as long as you're there, you might as well get the onsite tequilier's advice on a few rare Reposado tequilas.
You won't have to venture offsite for this posh pop-up restaurant manned by the folks behind Meat Market. Look for the air-conditioned tent with its own bar and flat-screens, purchase a day pass and watch the action while feasting on Kobe sliders and sushi.