1319 Duval Street
Key West, FL 33040
800.354.4455

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1.png Southernmost Hotel Collection
1319 Duval Street, Key West, FL 33040
(305) 296-6577

The Southernmost Hotel Collection in Key West Florida includes:

Southernmost on the Beach: Offering oceanviews and a private pier overlooking the Atlantic.
Reservations

Southernmost Hotel: Located on Duval street within walking distance to the best restaurants, attractions, and beaches.
Reservations

La Mer Hotel & Dewey House:Luxury oceanfront boutique hotels.
Reservations

Enjoy spectacular sunrises and winter sunsets along with the Southernmost Beach Cafe. The southernmost beach is a very popular destination for weddings. Contact our planning staff for packages and information on events. Four great hotels in historic Old Town, where Duval meets the Atlantic!
1.png Southernmost Beach Cafe
B-L-D
1405 Duval St
(305) 295-6550

Located at the end of Duval street on the most beautiful beach in Key West Florida. Offering fine cuisine at affordable prices overlooking the ocean. Fresh seafood, cocktails, and locally-inspired cuisine make this a favorite for visitors and locals alike. Catering for weddings and large parties can easily be accommodated.
2.png Camille's
B-L-D
1202 Simonton St
(305) 296-4811

With a unique Key West atmosphere Camille's restaurant that has been around for more than 20 years. The affordable menu consists of American Cuisine/Gourmet Casual dishes. Offering creative and sometimes zany specials.
3.png Cafe Sole
L-D-R
1029 Southard St
(305) 294-0230

The Cafe Sole offers creative French, Caribbean cuisine with steaks and seafood. Zagat-rated for food 2004-2005. Owner and chef John Correa provides an intimate dinning experience that is romantic and quaint, with food specials daily that the best you'll find this side of Paris. Menu includes succulent choices ranging from Mutton snapper in pesto and champagne to Duck a L ‘Orange. An excellent choice for fine food.
4.png Abbondanza
D
1208 Simonton St
(305) 292-1199
 
Key West's favorite Italian restaurant located just one short block from Duval street. People's Choice Award winner for several years. Three cigar-maker cottages come together in a lovely setting. Menu includes everything from antipasti to a tender veal parmigiana with generous portions. 
5.png Square One
B-L-D-R
1075 Duval St
(305) 296-4300

Tropical fine dinning by candlelight and live piano music. Recipient of the DiRona award in 2002. A menu of American cuisine offers serf and turf along with specialty items like Duck and Goose. Just a short stroll from the southernmost hotels. 
6.png Pisces (Cafe des Artistes)
D-R
1007 Simonton St
(305) 294-7100

American, Russian, and Creole cuisine combine with the managers' favorites for more than 22 years. Combinations and specials you won't find in other Key West restaurants. Stop in for our award winning lobster Tango Mango!
7.png A&B Lobster / Alonzo's
L-D
700 Front St
(305) 294-5880

Open since 1947 with waterfront marina views. The best lobster and the freshest oysters on the island. The ambiance of the lobster house is elegant and Alonzo’s is a laid back relaxed setting with picnic tables right on the water where you can eat freshly shucked oysters that will melt in your mouth.
8.png Louie's Backyard
L-D-R
700 Waddell Ave
(305) 294-1061

Romantic 1900's mansion on the ocean with spectacular views and signature dishes for over 25 years. New-World, French, and Spanish entrees are exquisitely presented.
9.png El Siboney
L-D
900 Catherine St
(305) 296-4184

Authentic Cuban menu brings guests the real experience of Cuba. Dine-in or takeout, you're sure to feel right at home in this family owned and operated establishment. Serving up favorites such as Roast Pork, Siboney Steak and famous sandwiches.

10.png Antonia's
L-D
615 Duval St
(305) 294-6565

Located on Duval for over 23 years, serving up Italian and modern Mediterranean recipes for locals and vacationers. Enjoy signature dishes like Linguine ai Gamberi and Fettuccine al Profumo di Tartufo.
11.png La Trattoria
D-R
524 Duval St
(305) 296-1075

Country style Italian food right on Duval. Enjoy traditional spaghetti or specialties like Linguini Fra Diavolo and Agnello alla Griglia. Fine wines and a stylish atmosphere welcome guests. All menu items are prepared to order. Grazie!
12.png Half Shell Raw Bar
L-D
231 Margaret St
(305) 294-7496

An authentic fish house overlooking the waterfront of the historic seaport and marina. Menu items include the freshest seafood and of coarse a complete raw bar. Watch the catch of the day arrive on the docks. Come by foot or boat and join us for lunch or dinner with the entire family.  
13.png Michael's
D
532 Margaret St
(305) 295-1300

Chef Michael Wilson's culinary masterpieces welcome visitors. Zagat rated #1 in the Florida Keys for service and #3 in the state! Fine steaks and entrees to delectable deserts, Michael's is sure to please. Fondue and martinis are out of this world!
14.png Sarabeths
B-L-D
530 Simonton St
(305) 293-8181

Updated classic American fare in the middle of Old Town. Indoor and outdoor dinning are available in this 1800's clapboard establishment. Serving up family style recipes made to order, all from scratch. Join us for breakfast porridge and fluffy pancakes or a lovely dinner with bruschetta and affordable wines.
15.png Cafe Marquesa
D-R
600 Fleming St
(305) 294-0230

Located in the heart of Old Town, serving contemporary American cuisine. Fresh breads and deserts are made daily. Winner of several awards for great food and service over the years, the Cafe Marquesa is well known for excellent conch and crab cakes.
16.png New York Pasta Garden
L-D-R
1075 Duval St
(305) 292-1991

Where little Italy meets the islands with a charming atmosphere. Interpretive Italian recipes come together for the greatest pastas this side of the old country or the big city. Local favorites include linguini with a white clam sauce, eggplant parmesan, and chicken marsala. Don't forget the pizza!
17.png Commodore Waterfront
D-R
700 Front St # 104
(305) 294-9191

Fine dinning with stunning 180 degree marina views. Dine like a captain on the finest steaks and seafood on the island. Featuring one of the most extensive wine lists with a selection only found here. Diner served nightly and reservations are recommended.
18.png Seven Fish
D-R
632 Olivia St
(305) 296-2777

Seafood with the highest Zagat rating. Known affectionately as a hometown bistro and a great spot if you can get in. Fresh local fish keep the rave reviews coming in. Come by and see what the buzz is about.
19.png Banana Cafe
B-L-D
1215 Duval St
(305) 294-7227

French and Seafood selections served with a smile. Come see our new larger patio area and enjoy some Gazpacho while watching vacationers stroll down Duval. Our extensive menu of rich and flavorful meals. Breakfast or brunch served daily includes La Crique omelettes to start your day. Dinners range from Parisian Gnocchi to bistro style Ribeye steaks. Merci and Bonjour from your friends and the Banana Cafe!
20.png Blue Heaven
B-L-D
729 Thomas St
(305) 296-8666

Very casual outdoor seating allows you to feel at home. Hemmingway cats and roosters may even join the party. Hammocks hanging from tall shade trees welcome the whole family. Large parties are easily accommodated in this family friendly eatery. Catering services for special events are available upon request. Menus include Vegetarian dishes and variety of foods. Come hungry, because large hearty portions ensure you'll leave full and happy.
21.png Mangia Mangia
D
900 Southard St
(305) 294-2469

Homemade pastas and dishes made from recipes straight from the best influences of Italy. Signatures like; Red Conch Minestrone Chowder with Kidney Beans, Green-Lipped Mussels infused with garlic and spaghetti with diced Chicken Breast in a rich Cream Sauce. A great place to eat and bring the whole family for fun and great food.
22.png Ambrosia
L-D
1401 Simonton St
(305) 293-0304

Sushi in paradise with an extensive sake and wine list. Hot and cold appetizers start your meal off with SHUMAI, HIYAYAKKO, TATAKI and sampler dishes to get started. Nigiri includes one piece per order, so you can let go and experiment with new flavors to try. Sashimi includes three or four pieces. We serve selections of tuna, eel, octopus and more making your favorite sushi rolls. Dinner consists of a verity of choices from Vegetarian and a full assortment hot entrees available for those non sushi lovers joining you. Eating sushi is fun and can make a memorable experience for your vacation.
23.png Hot Tin Roof
B-D
00 Duval St
(305) 296-7701

Oceanfront dinning with sunset views and some of the finest foods can be found at the Hot Tin Roof. Large group meetings and catering can easily be accommodated. More than just another seafood restaurant with average meals. Indicative of the property and island, the colorful atmosphere brings you into the relaxing state of mind.
24.png La Te Da
B-L-D
1125 Duval St
(305) 296-6706

Casual elegance right on Duval with a piano bar and an all welcome attitude. Dinner entrees consist of delicacies such as; Spicy Conch Bisque, Tuna Tartar and Scallops wrapped in Bacon. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
25.png La Creperie
B-L
300 Petronia St
(305) 517-6799

Authentic French recipes for sweet and savory crepes, delicious any time of the day. Considered the national dish in France, the crepe is loved worldwide. Typically filled with delicious fillings such as fruits and creams, they are a great breakfast or desert! We also serve up tasty warm sandwiches or Panini. Join us for some assorted cheeses, prosciutto and wines.
26.png Santiago Bodega
L-D
207 Petronia St
(305) 296-7691

Over 30 tapas-style dishes, soups and salads. Vegetarian friendly menu options. Our cold tapas selections range from smoked salmon carpaccio to fresh yellowfin ceviche. Hot tapas will bring pinchos morunos, lamb chops, and chevre tartlet to name a few. A fun family atmosphere with many exotic and traditional flavors await.



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A.png Duval Street

Duval sreet is the main road in Old Town Key West Florida. It runs from the Southernmost Hotel and beach to Mallory Square. Lined with the best restaurants, bars, and shopping. The southern end of the strip is quieter and offers many of the island's art galleries, museums, and historic sights.
A.png Southernmost Point in the USA

Buoy shaped monument marks the spot barring the name. 90 miles to Havana, Cuba. A very popular location for a picture. Located at the corner of Whitehead and South streets.
B.png Butterfly & Nature Conservatory
1316 Duval Street
(305) 296-2988

Rare plants, trees, butterflies and waterfalls surround you as you walk through the glass-enclosed habitat. A fun learning experience for the whole family. Get up close to 50-60 species of butterflies from all around the world freely flying around you.
C.png Mel Fisher Museum
200 Greene Street
(305) 294-2633

View the lost treasures of the Spanish shipwreck, the Atocha. Solid gold coins and other real sunken treasures from the bottom of the ocean are displayed for all to see. Some artifacts are even available for purchase in the gift shop. The fascinating story of an American family of treasure hunters comes to life in this historic museum. Tons of fun and a great educational experience for the whole family.
D.png Key West Aquarium
1 Whitehead Street
(305) 296-2051

See local species of fish and sea creatures that inhabit the only living coral reef in North America without getting wet! You can even pet a shark! Several petting tanks offer the opportunity for children and parents to come in contact with several varieties of marine life. A wonderful educational experience for the kids and entire family!
E.png Custom House Museum
281 Front Street
(305) 295-6616

The Key West art and historical society presents the history and wrecking culture that made this island the richest city per capita. Learning opportunities abound for families to share in the events that took place in this large red brick building.  Fully refurbished and restored, it’s one of the most well known landmarks. Walk the same halls as pirates, politicians and even Earnest Hemmingway. Artifacts and priceless pieces of history tell the story of government and the people that made this place what it is today.
F.png Mallory Square / Sunset Celebration
1 Whitehead Street
(305) 296-4557

End your day in paradise with a celebration! Every night as the sun sinks into the ocean where the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic meet. Performers come out to entertain with acts that will captivate and amaze their audience of travelers. A daily festival to celebrate another perfect day of Caribbean vacation time. See if you can spot the green flash as the sun drops over the horizon.
G.png Southern Keys Cemetery
701 Passover Lane
(305) 292-8177

Established in 1847, this is the final resting place for pirates, Spanish-American war vets, and Cuban cigar makers. It shows the true diversity of the island with such a variety of heritage. This historical site is located in the heart of Old Town with the entrance at the corner of Angela and Margaret streets.
H.png Audubon House
205 Whitehead Street
 (305) 294-2116

The most extensive collection of John James Audubon's work. Tropical foliage and gardens surround the property, making it a popular destination for weddings. The house and garden areas can be rented for private gatherings, corporate groups and meetings.
I.png  Conch Train / Trolley
(305) 294-5161

Take a 90 - minute historic, fully narrated tour around the island. The train is a continuous tour, while the trolley has several points of interest where it stops off. This allows vacationers to visit many historical sights and pick up the tour again later. The train is open air and the trolley is air-conditioned during the summer months. Both tours include over 100 points of interest. Tickets can be purchased from the concierge or picked up across the street from the Southernmost on the Beach hotel at the corner of Simonton and South Streets.
J.png Historic Seaport / Bight Marina
Grinnell Street
(305) 293-8309

Walk along the boardwalk of great restaurants, bars and fishing charters. Watch as the catch of the day comes in and is tossed up onto the docks. There's shopping, sightseeing, and so much more. You might even be lucky enough to catch some tarpon or sharks feeding off of the scraps thrown in by local fisherman after a day of deep sea fishing.
K.png Oldest House / Wreckers Museum
322 Duval Street
(305) 294-9501

Since 1829, the oldest structure and only surviving cook house in South Florida. Wreckers made the Florida Keys very wealthy. In fact the richest per capita in the nation from 1828-1850. See models, and other interesting historic wrecking artifacts. Free and open to the public. If you're looking for free things to do, this is a fun place to visit and learn about South Florida's past that doesn't cost anything to visit.
L.png Ghost Tours
423 Fleming Street
(305) 294-9255

Boo! Come along for a walking tour of the most haunted and historical sights of Old Town. Stories of haunting and happenings are told by your guide as you walk through town. Visit churches, mansions and more as you explore the haunts of former visitors. A spooky good time you're sure to remember.
M.png Reef Relief Environmental Center
631 Greene Street
(305) 294-3100
 
Just a few miles off the shores of the Florida Keys you'll find a living coral reef. Teaming with life, the reef is home to more than a thousand different species of fish and Reef Relief is an organization dedicated to preserving this national treasure for generations to come. The environmental center is a great place to come and learn about this extraordinary habitat.
N.png Ft Zachary Taylor State Park
Truman Annex
(305) 292-6713

A 54-acre State Park. You'll find a beach, trails and facilities to make use of. Tall trees provide shade for the grilling and picnic table areas. Snorkeling and other gear are available for rental. The Cayo Hueso Cafe is open daily for snacks and food.
O.png Fort Jefferson / Dry Tortugas
70 miles West of Key West Florida

One of the most remote National Parks in the United States. Spectacular white sand beaches and the Fort itself are yours to explore. This unspoiled and pristine part of Florida is a true sanctuary. The waters are crystal clear providing some of the best snorkeling you can find.
P.png East & West Martello Fort
1100 Atlantic Boulevard
 (305) 294-3210

Civil war artifacts, botanical gardens and photos. The fort consists of two towers, east and west. The west Martello tower is a burial ground for 300 African slaves. Part of the forts built around the islands of the Florida Keys at this time, they were used for target practice and portions where reduced to piles of brick as a result.
Q.png Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum
907 Whitehead St
(305) 294-1136

Key West's most famous resident and respected authors. Take a stroll through his private home where he wrote many of his now world renowned titles. The gardens and home are a popular destination for weddings and special events. Many descendants of his six-toed cats can still be found living here and freely walking the grounds.
R.png Lighthouse Museum
938 Whitehead Street
(305) 294-0012

Located across the street from the Hemingway home, there's only 88 steps to the top to view the area. Built in 1847 to help ships navigate the deadly reefs surrounding the lower keys. It's the 15-oldest surviving lighthouse in the United States and home to the keepers quarters next door. Both have been renovated and restored to their former glory. 
S.png Harry Truman's Little White House
111 Front Street
(305) 294-9911

Former president Harry S. Truman's winter home nicknamed his little white house is now a historical site. The building initially served as headquarters for naval command during the Spanish American War, World War One and Two. History comes alive here and it’s a wonderful place to stop during your next vacation.
T.png Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center
33 E. Quay Rd.
(305) 809-4750

Educational experience for kids and the entire family about the Florida Keys environment. Discover native plants and animals while learning how they arrived here. Preservation of fragile marine biology in the surrounding waters is made interesting and exciting with living exhibits and aquariums. Another free activity for your vacation. We also have plenty of parking for our visitors.
U.png Nancy's Secret Garden
1 Free School Lane
(305) 294-0015

A magical place filled with palms, orchids and birds. Nancy Forrester displays her art which is inspired and surrounded by science and the natural environment. Her gardens are a popular location for a wedding or private social gathering. Groups are welcome and rentals of the entire property for your next event is a phone call away.
V.png USS Mohawk
Truman Water Front
(305) 292-5072

WWII combat ship in safe harbor of the Memorial Park on the Truman Waterfront. A monument of military strength stands tall retired, yet is actually operational. A rare opportunity to visit a veteran ship with ties to this great city.