May 15th, 2023
Posted on: September 8th , 2017 | Bars & Nightlife
The Miami-Key West motorcycle tour is one that’s long and breathtaking, and at the end you definitely need a cold one. Biker bars are part of the fabric of Key West, so here’s a few you ought to check out after the long journey to the last island.
Schooner Wharf BarThis laid-back bar offers waterfront views, live music and ridiculously good food. After a day on the road, this is a nice spot to sit up on the deck and enjoy looking out into the marina. It has full-on dive bar/biker bar vibes; great spot for those traveling by land or sea. Full bar, fair prices. Happy breakfast hour runs 7 a.m. to noon. Yep, you read right. 202 Williams Street
Half Shell Raw BarHalf Shell Raw Bar is a great place to grab a beer. Happy hour runs 4:30-6:30 with good deals on raw oysters and other small bites. It’s an outside place with full bar and picnic tables and no AC -- so it’s pretty hot during summer days. Grab a seat at the bar and enjoy a cold one. 231 Margaret Street
Tattoos & Scars SaloonThis local watering hole has an entire motorcycle hanging from the ceiling, as if to say, “Bikers welcome!” The bar stools are comfortable which is necessary after a long ride, the music’s loud and the place has plenty of seats. Make sure you eat before you get to the saloon -- for dinner and lunch fare they offer peanuts. Open til 4 a.m. 512 Greene Street
Green Parrot BarThe Green Parrot bar is a Key West institution.The building was a grocery store back in 1890, and after the Great Depression it became a place for a drink. It’s been home to divorce celebrations, tattoo contests and regular old birthday parties. You can’t visit Key West and not stop by The Parrot. Open 10 a.m. to 4 a.m. 601 Whitehead Street
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