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Welcome to Mallory Square where the fun starts and the sun sets. Everything Key West is famous for comes together in this one special place set on historic waterfront. Mallory Square is home to shops, restaurants, and many of the islands most...more
All reviews street performers sunset celebration watch the sunset cat man food vendors beautiful sunset every night sun sets local artists people watching cruise ship lots of shops key west sunset lots of fun entertainers jugglers juggling
If you visit Key West you have to go to Mallory Square to see a sunset. one of the prettiest you will ever see. It's also a great place to see the vendors, actors and the happenings of the area. You can also get a...More
Yes, this is the place to be if you want to see the sunset. And yes, there are a few nice restaurants, but it's not a 'if-there's-one-place-you-must-see-it's-this!!' kinda place. It's fun. Go see the sunset if you're there. It's okay.
There is a celebration of the sunset every night in Mallory Square in Key West. Maybe something we should all pause and do every single day as well.
This celebration comes complete with street performers, artisan craft carts and booths, musicians, etc. Don't miss the...More
The view of the sunset is beautiful, a scene punctuated by the silhouettes of sailing ships and other various watercraft that crowd the harbor at that time of day, Just stroll to the North end of Duval street and it's a short walk to Mallory...More
I heard that if you ever get the chance to go to Key West, you must go to Mallory Square and watch the sunset. I will say that the sunset was beautiful and I enjoyed it and am very happy that I did it. However....the...More
I've visited Key West for almost all of 32 years and have always enjoyed Mallory Square sunsets along with street performers like The Cat Man and Will, The Tightrope Walker. This year was a grand disappointment. The street performers were relocated all over the pier...More