caribbean club: historic bar
the caribbean club is a historic bar in key largo. the caribbean club was originally a fishing club built in 1938 by carl fisher. in 1947 the property became famous as the site of the movie "key largo" starring humphrey bogart, lauren bacall, and edward g. robinson. today the caribbean club is a keys style bar whose clientele is a mixture of locals and tourists. the bar is decorated with old keys and humphrey bogart memorabilia. a fun place to have a beer or two when in key largo.
Dress Code: casual.
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Dirty Harry's: Laid back beer joint
We Love this bar. Everytime we go down to Key West we love going there just to hang out and listen to the music. We were so excited to take some of our 1st time Key west friends there and they loved it also. It's not as crowded as some of the major bars can get like Sloppy Joe's, ect. Here's a tip: On your first night there buy a beer in a Ricks cup and you can refill it all night at discount, bring that cup back for the week and use it at a discount. Not for sure if your suppose to do it , but we do. You save like $2.00 a drink.
Dress Code: No shirt, no shoes, no problem.........
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MALLORY SQUARE: Located at...
Located at the western end of the island, Mallory Square is the setting for one of Key West's most famous celebrations, Sunset Celebration. Each night hundreds of people gather to take part in this solar ritual with musicians, jugglers, and street performers serving as the warm up group for natures breathtaking finale. Vendors provide food and drink, hand painted T-shirts, jewelry and other island goods. Make sure to arrive at Mallory Square 30 minutes to 1 hour prior to sunset in order to fully take part in this spectacular event
Even daily life in Key West includes a certain off-beat sense of celebration. Each day's setting sun is celebrated and sometimes even applauded at Mallory Square
The original Sloppy Joes, now...
The original Sloppy Joes, now Capt. Tony's, was a favorite watering hole of author Ernest Hemingway when he lived in Key West.