A legendary Hemingway hangout and longtime gathering place for Key West's variegated population, this old-school saloon slings ice-cold beer, whiskey shots, and its signature sandwich, the Sloppy Joe. Meanwhile, a constantly rotating roster of pseudo-hippie weirdos and bar bands make noise onstage.
This past Saturday, July 21, marked what would have been the 113th birthday of Ernest Hemingway. Each year, Key West celebrates the man who called the Conch Republic his home for a decade. The festivi... More »
Are there any two cities more different than Key West and Coral Gables? The self-described "City Beautiful" is as anal-retentive as a bucketful of Imodium AD. There are regulations that tell you what color you can paint your house, what animals... More »