The Bull and the Whistle, Key West

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    The Bull and the Whistle: Roof Garden

    by grandmaR Updated Apr 8, 2010

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    I thought this looked like a neat building and I see it has plants on the roof. I haven't been in it, and know only what I read about it (below)

    Dress Code: Yahoo says:
    "Amidst the historic streets of Key West, you plunk down into a chair at this open-air bar and revel in the atmosphere. Inside The Bull, ceiling fans whirr to keep you cool as you dance to live music nightly, in front of the historical mural of Key West. Upstairs in The Whistle, a wrought-iron balcony looks out over festive Duval Street. On the roof is The Garden of Eden, described as a naturist's paradise. There is also a restaurant and raw bar here, plus a daily happy hour and live entertainment."

    Oops - lungfis2023 writes: "....just thought I would mention they don't serve any food at all. Neither does the Whistle or the Garden of Eden. All 3 bars ar liquor only joints."


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    The Bull and the Whistle: No Bull Here

    by goingsolo Written Nov 16, 2005

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    Known simply as "The Bull", this is a standard stop on the Duval pub crawl. Don't ask me where this place is because I simply don't remember, other than that its on Duval. The Bull is your typical drinking and dancing Key West style kind of place. They have great live music here too. Due to its popularity, the crowd often spills across the two story structure and onto Duval St., especially on the weekends.

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    The Bull and the Whistle: The Bull and the Whistle

    by heplion Written Aug 26, 2002

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    This is truely a unique place, at least for the US. At first glance it is just another dive bar with a few stools and some booths on the first floor and some video games and pool tables on the second floor. But the true 'experience' is on the third floor. It is an open air clothing optional bar. It is amazing what seemingly mainstream people will do when presented with the option to go sans clothes. Great people watching! Open 7 days a week until 4 am.

    Dress Code: Uh...well I guess that is pretty much a moot point!

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