HEMINGWAY HOME & MUSEUM: 907 Whitehead Street
Explore the exquisite rooms and lush gardens at the home of one of America’s most honored and respected authors. Step back in time and visit the rooms and gardens that witnessed the most prolific period of this Nobel Prize winner's writing career. Educated tour guides give insightful narratives and are eager to answer questions.
CUBAN COFFEE QUEEN: 5 Key Lime Square
Lively counter-serve coffee stand offers traditional Cuban eats, sandwiches and smoothies to-go. We recommend trying the cheese toast with a Café Con Leche. For those looking for something a little stronger, try a Colada.
SAN CARLOS MUSEUM: 516 Duval Street
The cradle of Cuba’s independence movement, this multi-purpose landmark founded by Cuban exiles today houses a museum, library, art gallery, theater and school.
KEY WEST HISTORIC MEMORIAL SCULPTURE GARDEN: 401 Wall Street Mallory Square
There have been many people that have settled on this island and made quite a difference since its beginnings. Experience this tribute to three dozen of Key West’s most influential people to grace our island. We love our locals.
EL MASON DE PEPE: 410 Wall Street Mallory Square
El Meson de Pepe has been crafting authentic cuban food and drinks for more than 30 years. A passion that started in Cuba, now thrives as a staple in the Key West restaurant scene.
RODRIGUEZ CIGARS: 113 Fitzpatrick Street
The family legacy of mastering the art of cultivating, curing, aging, and constructing tobacco leaves migrates ninety miles from Siquaney, Cuba to Key West.
KINO’S SANDAL FACTORY: 107 Fitzpatrick Street
A true Key West treasure and classic found and sold only here, twenty different styles of sandals from Kino and his staff are wildly popular in the Keys. Ask any local. You’ll be lucky to find anyone owning less than one pair.
EL SIBONEY: 900 Catherine Street
Family owned and operated, serving the lower Keys community since 1984, El Siboney is committed to upholding its reputation as a top restaurant for authentic Cuban food. The Cuban Mix Sandwich is a favorite with the lunch time crowd.
FRITA’S CUBAN BURGERS: 425 Southard Street
What is a Cuban Frita you might ask? It's a fantastic burger; a blend of pork and beef seasoned with Spanish spices and originates from 1930's Cuba.