Key West Wedding and Visitor Information
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Love in Bloom Florist
A full service wedding florist located in the historic Key West Seaport.
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Key West’s premier custom cake boutique.
Din Allen - Key West guitarist. Classical, tropical, romantic music for your wedding.
Brian Roberts - Key West guitarist. Available for weddings and reception throughout the Florida Keys.
Key West Group Travel - Nadene Grossman - Corporate incentive/ group travel and event planning for Key West by We've Got the Keys.
Key West Scavenger Hunt - Great group activity. Fun for everyone.
Chris Thomas Music - Solo musicians, duos, and full bands are available for ceremonies, cocktail hours, receptions and rehearsal dinners.
A Perfect Key West Day
Key West is a town with a tons of great things to do. Here's our idea of how a perfect day in Key West would go. You can't start a fun day without a great breakfast, so our first stop will be Pepe's Cafe. Established in 1909, Pepe's is the oldest restaurant in town. They're open every day from 7:30 a.m. till 10:30 p.m. They serve fantastic build your own omelets, pancakes, or my personal favorite... creamed chipped beef. They use real butter, jumbo eggs, Hormel bacon, Chock Full O' Nuts coffee and screwdrivers made with fresh squeezed orange juice. What's not to like. If there's a line at Pepe's, bike on over to Blue Heaven. Jimmy Buffett even wrote a song about the place.
After breakfast, it's time to get out on the water. Luckily, you've got a lot of choices. For a great eco-experience we love Danger Charters. Learn all about the mangrove eco-system, while paddling through a maze of mangrove-canopied canals and streams, that are home to an incredible tropical array of birds, rays, sharks, sport fish, and more. And, no worries if you’ve never kayaked before; Their kayaks are very stable sea kayaks that novices can easily paddle with a few simple instructions from your guide. To see dolphins in the wild try Fury Catamarans. Hop aboard the 32' power catamaran Dolphin Cat and travel to the beautiful Key West backcountry to watch dolphin swim and play in their natural habitat.
Back in town now and time for lunch. For a funky Key West kind of place try out BO's Fishwagon. Don't want to sit in a shack? Pick up a roll up sandwich from Lobo's located behind the 500 block of Duval Street. One is almost enough for two people. Take it to Nancy's Secret Garden and enjoy lunch in the garden. (Nancy's is located at the end of Freeschool Lane off Simonton street between Southard and Fleming Streets.) Now that we're revitalized it's time to see some of the sights.
Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote here for more than ten years. Step back in time and visit the rooms and gardens that witnessed the most prolific period of this Nobel Prize winner's writing career at the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum. Educated tour guides give insightful narratives and are eager to answer questions. Right across the street from Hemingway's is the Key West Lighthouse. Take a hike to the top for a great view of town. Some other fun sights are the Harry S Truman Little White House and the Key West Aquarium.
It's getting to be late afternoon now and we have to start thinking about sunset. Sunset is a big deal down here, and their are plenty of ways to enjoy it. Each night around two hours before sunset masses of people, both locals and tourists alike, flock to the water's edge to experience a happening known as the Sunset Celebration and to watch the sun sink into the Gulf of Mexico. The participants of this Key West attraction consist of arts and crafts exhibitors, street performers, food carts, psychics and of course the thousands of tourists from around the world who visit this Key West art show. If you can't get enough of boats, like me, you can also sail off into Key West’s famous sunset aboard a Fury Catamaran. Relax and enjoy complimentary beer, wine, champagne and soda. Now, once again, our thoughts turn to food. Dinner time.
Tons of great restaurants. Here's our favorites. The Commodore is our number one recommendation, overlooking Key West harbor. Seven Fish is the restaurant you’d love to call your own. Call it a fish-style bistro, where mahi-mahi and sashimi mingle with meatloaf and steak. Seven Fish is walking distance from Duval Street, but doesn’t feel like a tourist town eatery. For Italian with flair, La Trattoria is the best, followed up by a final drink at the martini bar in the back, Virgilio's. By this point, we're ready for bed. See you tomorrow and we'll start all over with Another Perfect Key West Day!