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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 people watching local artists cruise ship lots of shops key west sunset lots of fun entertainers jugglers juggling
Good place to find something to take home as a keepsake. You can spend a couple of hours here and we did! Refreshment stands a plentiful to get a cool drink or a Cuban coffee or expresso if you want. Will return again.
Alibaba stole the show! Sunset is indescribable. Did you see the flash? Choc covered key lime pie over at the Margaritaville Marina was awesome. Fun friendly people. Selfies galore! The cuban place just off the square was amazing.
Sunset was beautiful but there were sadly quite a few homeless people that also smelled like urine. Street performers were entertaining but there was an older gentleman who jumped over a garbage can and some other mediocre tricks that literally yelled at a woman and...More
Date of experience: September 2019
SunsetCelebrationOrg, Guest Relations Manager at Mallory Square, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago
Thank you for visiting Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square. We are sorry to hear you had a negative experience while at our event. The board will talk with that performer. We hope that you will give our event a second chance next time you are...More
Well worth getting a drink, copping a squat and enjoy the sunset. There are “free” entertainers who are really good and are paid in tips. Worth watching the guys on the tight rope juggling with fire skittles.
During the day, the shops and restaurants are open and it's nice to walk around. It's got people but not crowded. You may have to wait in line to get your photo taken at the southernmost point, but that's literally a few... More
During the day, the shops and restaurants are open and it's nice to walk around. It's got people but not crowded. You may have to wait in line to get your photo taken at the southernmost point, but that's literally a few minutes.
At night I hear it can get crazy, but we avoided that. During the day...no problem for families.