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Get taken back to the era of the Shenanigans of Hemingway.  Experience his favorite foods, his favorite libations; you will feel like you are in Key West back in the 30s. Well, except for the Live Cam takes you to Duval Street and The Southernmost point.

Check out our Menu online and our Events that happen every week. We stay true to the Hemingway’s experience. Notice how the bar is constructed to mimic His famous Pilar boat and the bar is built around this great structure… As it should be.

Ernest Hemingway was not only a great writer; he was also an world traveler who spent extended periods of time in Paris, Madrid, Pamplona, Venice, Havana, and Key West. No matter where he went, he frequented the best bars and restaurants—from the Ritz in Paris to Harry’s Bar in Venice—often writing about these places in his novels and short stories and thus ensuring their long-lived fame.

Paris is where Hemingway wrote The Sun Also Rises. In Key West, he finished A Farewell to Arms. Spain is where he gathered his material For Whom the Bell Tolls. In Cuba, Hemingway wrote the The Old Man and the Sea.