Follow our guide to the best food and fun in this quirky little town made famous by the likes of Buffett and Hemingway.
Photographer Laura Davick
In the past few years, Key West has done some growing up, and its insouciance has been tamed―today’s hot debates center around the roosters that wander about town. But you can still soak in the town’s irreverent spirit by hopping on a scooter and wheeling over to one of the 67 bars along Duval Street or joining the throngs that celebrate sunset each night on the town wharf.
So whether you feel like fine dining, getting a cultural fix at The Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum, or shopping for art, here’s our guide for making the most of a weekend in Key West.