Key West locals have a love-hate relationship with the most famous road in Key West (if not the Keys). Duval, Old Town Key West’s main...
Original Ghost Tours
Stories about souls who inhabit locations that include about half the bars and hotels on the island.
This bar-stage is as un-Keys as they come, and frankly, thank God for a little variety. This town needs a dark, candlelit martini lounge...
The Café is the only place in Key West that exclusively caters to herbivores (OK, they have one fish dish). By day, it’s a cute, sunny,...
Lonely Planet review
The oldest bar on an island of bars, this rogues’ cantina opened in the late 19th century and hasn’t closed yet. The owner tells you the parachute on the ceiling is ‘weighed down with termite turds,’ while a blues band howls through clouds of smoke. Defunct business signs and local artwork litter the walls and, yes, that’s the city attorney showing off her new tattoo at the pool table. Men: check out the Hieronymus Bosch–like painting Proverbidioms in the restroom, surely the most entertaining urinal talk-piece on the island.