Duval Street well represents the cultural influence of Key West’s proximity and ties to Cuba, with many Cubans coming to the area in the late 1860s. At one time, the many cigar stores on Duval Street gave the city the moniker ‘Cigar City USA’. One block west of the southern terminus of Duval Street is the buoy marker for the southernmost point in the United States.
At the north end, find Mallory Square with waterfront restaurants and shops, known for its nightly gatherings to watch the sunset. Experience the carnival atmosphere that lasts until dawn and beyond.
Enjoy the ‘Duval Pub Crawl’ and visit famous restaurants and bars, including Sloppy Joe’s, the original Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Fogarty’s Restaurant & Bar, Flying Monkeys, The Bull & Whistle, Rick’s Cafe, Irish Kevin’s bar, Bourbon Street Pub and Aqua.