In Key West, we love any excuse for a party. And when it’s honoring one of our own, even better. That’s why Tennessee William’s March birthday is a national [Conch Republic] holiday. We drink wine and eat cake. But it’s not just on March 26 that us Conchs honor the famous American playwright - it’s all month. After all, Tennessee Williams called Key West home for over forty years. It’s only right we honor him. Starting February 28, 2017, the Tennessee Williams festivities begin. But here are some we’re especially looking forward to
Although Spring Break in the Conch Republic might be considered low-key compared to some other Florida destinations, that doesn’t mean Key West doesn’t know how to have a good time. After all, Spring Break falls in the middle of our high season, one of the most gorgeous and lively times on the island. Lucky for us, we get the relaxed crowd, no matter how much we like take our inhibitions three sheets to the wind. Here are some of our favorite spots to hit up during Spring Break
Key West is the closest you’ll get to Cuba without leaving the country. It’s also a hidden gem for Cuban culture, thanks to its shared history with the island nation. Whether you’re looking for some of the best Cuban sandwiches in the country, or simply want to dance a little salsa, Key West is ripe with Cuban experiences. Here are our picks for the Cuban Key West:
Key West has gotten somewhat of a reputation in the Conch Republic for its drag shows. From the island’s wildly popular Shoe Drop hosted by Sushi, to the various drag queens luring tourists into the cabarets on Duval, there’s no lack of drag on Key West. Going to a drag show is just something you do while in Key West. Here are some of our favorite spots for drag on the island.