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All reviews people watching art galleries t shirt shops bourbon st lots of shops great street sloppy joes the main drag walk up lots of fun laid back southernmost point bars margaritaville partying souvenirs clothing
We went down at night. Many stores had inappropriate merch like “X” rated. There were gentlemen’s clubs and places not so nice. Drunk men gawking at my 15 year old daughter. Not family oriented unfortunately.
Best party area I have been to. You are going to find something for any taste. Live music in almost every restaurant and bar. But you also find nice quieter places as well if you want. Good music, good food and drinks awaiting you🙂
This is probably the best known tourist area of Key West! This more of a night time, drinking place to visit. A lot of bars and food places and the biggest tourist trap of the island, however this is what most people come to visit.
So heres' the thing: I've been to Bourbon Street, South Street in Philly, the Vegas Strip, and some others. And with the exception of the obvious "local flavor", they really are all about the same. Bars and restaurants, tattoo parlors, clubs, gift shops, music, art....More
It's about 1-mile long so it's longer than Bourbon or main part of King Street in Charleston. Numerous shops, restaurants, bars and galleries. Nothing too upscale or too cheap. Moderate balance where you can spend most of the day checking things out
This street is for adults and not suitable for children. A fun place full of diverse and interesting business and bars. Great place for bar hopping and plenty of shops and restaurants. Spent an entire day just roaming around the area. Wear some good walking...More
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Sorry I’ve only been this one quick time. I did drive up and down almost every street one night to look at Christmas lights etc. I always recommend the same when considering a new location. The advice I would give my clients... More
Sorry I’ve only been this one quick time. I did drive up and down almost every street one night to look at Christmas lights etc. I always recommend the same when considering a new location. The advice I would give my clients is consider your budget then Your 2-3 must haves both in the home as well as area. Then maybe get an actual map of the area and highlight potential spots. Maybe even then google earth those spots. Good luck.