Key West’s biggest darling, Ernest Hemingway, lived in this gorgeous Spanish colonial house from 1931 to 1940. Papa moved here in his...
Key West Lighthouse
You can climb up 88 steps to the top of this lighthouse, built in 1846, for a decent view. But honestly, it’s just as enjoyable to gaze...
The best internet café (and best coffee) in town is Coffee Plantation , which has free wi-fi.
Conch Town Café
Too many people ignore this walk-up/carry-out, with its plastic patio furniture and scruffy island vibe. It’s a shame, as it serves...
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Proof that location is nearly everything, this is one of the quirkiest venues on an island of oddities. Customers (and a local chicken) flock to dine in the spacious courtyard where Hemingway once officiated boxing matches. This place gets packed with customers who wolf down Southern-fried takes on Keys cuisine. Restrooms are in the adjacent former brothel.