Key West Nightlife by A to Z
Schooner Wharf Bar
Dockside at the Key West Historic Seaport is the open-air, thatched-palm Schooner Wharf, which bills itself as 'the last little bit of old Key West.' The place offers outdoor ...
Sloppy Joe’s Bar
It's no wonder this was Hemingway's favorite watering hole. The upbeat atmosphere of Sloppy Joe's is contagious. The bar opened in 1933 on the site of what is now Captain ...
Splash Bar at the Radisson
You don't have to be a guest of the hotel to 'wet your whistle.' Great place to people watch and enjoy live entertainment on weekends where locals and tourists mingle. ...
Stick and Stein Sports Rock Cafe
With 11 pool tables, air hockey, darts, video and pinball games, including miniature 'Keys bowling,' Stick and Stein earns its reputation as the biggest sports bar in Key ...