The Historic Seaport at Key West Bight is a little deceiving. That's because it encompasses a large area and the northern end felt like it was a separate area before I realized it was all part of Key West Bight. There are delightful shops tucked away on hidden lanes, restaurants galore and grand souvenir shops with nice stuff, not the junk you see on Duval St. On a steamy afternoon, I even stopped in at Key West Bait and Tackle and swigged a beer with gnarly locals at a tiny bar with four stools. You can catch all manner of tours from the marina, including one to the Dry Tortugas and a clothing optional sailing/diving trip. A little something for everyone. My favorites included: Dragonfly, Alonzo's Oyster Bar, Half Shell Raw Bar, Mac's Sea Garden and Curio Shop, Key West Bait & Tackle. Explore the area and discover your favorites.
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