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Mangoes Restaurant Review: Front row seats for watching the Duval Street parade of characters meets modern, Florida-inspired fare on Key West's most social patio. Don’t miss the “martini” (no, it’s not a cocktail) of roasted wild mushrooms with green olive tapenade, or the crab cakes Picasso with three sauces. The baby iceberg lettuce stuffed with blue cheese, smoked bacon and hard-cooked eggs in herbed mayonnaise keeps a vintage favorite alive and kicking, while the “passionate yellowtail snapper” (pan-fried with a hint of toasted coconut) is an enduring, Key West original. Ever changing its menu, Mangoes offers catchy selections like “grits & grouper,” Gorgonzola and green apple pork loin chops, and mango barbecued chicken. Before heading out for the evening, stop in for regionally-inspired cocktails, like the Mango-rita, paired with such snacks as edamame, conch spring rolls or a classic shrimp cocktail of Key West pinks.