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Key West is home to the largest Wyland Gallery in the world which showcases a stellar collection of original paintings, marine life bronzes, acrylic sculptures and more by Wyland, the world's premiere marine life artist and a dedicated conservationist. His flagship gallery also represents fine ocean and environmental art & contemporary works by other leading artists, as well.
When renowned Chef John Correa, owner of Key West's highly acclaimed Cafe Sole, was asked about opening a second restaurant, he replied 'When Pigs Fly!' Who knew he would create this darling mid-town eatery that serves up wonderful eclectic fare with a French twist and 'where pigs now fly!' Enjoy his delights in in the cozy chandeliered dining room or outside in the wine bar garden. C'est Bon!
A favorite watering hole of such legends such as Ernest Hemingway (when Sloppy Joe's was at that address), Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams, Shel Silverstein and Jimmy Buffet, Capt. Tony's Saloon is not just a bar it is a piece of living history. Originally built in 1851, this bar at 428 Greene St is an integral part of the story of Key West.
This extensive daily breakfast buffet at the renowned Islander Resort in Islamorada has over 20 hot and cold items to graze on including Smoked Salmon, Fresh Baked Breads, Jumbo Country Sage Sausage, Double Cut Apple-Smoked Bacon, Specialty Pancakes and French Toast, as well as fresh made Eggs and Omelets cooked to order. At just $17.95 pp ($8.95 for kids under 12), it's a hard act to follow.
For those of us who are lucky enough to live here in the beautiful, subtropical Florida Keys, we are lucky enough indeed! Connected by 43 bridges --- one almost seven miles long --- our necklace of tiny islands begins just south of Miami, and hopscotches over the Atlantic Ocean, Florida Bay and Gulf of Mexico. These islands are paralleled by North America's only living contiguous coral barrier reef and the waters surrounding our spectacular island chain have been designated as the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary---over 2,800 square nautical miles of protected water teeming with sealife and shipwrecks.
We have five fascinating regions here, including Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Big Pine/Lower Keys and Key West. In addition to world class fishing, diving and boating, our islands are also rich with art galleries, museums, historic attractions and artists' studios, as well as highly acclaimed theatrical and musical performances. It's not just these characteristics and attractions, however, that will capture your heart and soul. It's also the way we look at life and embrace our official island philosophy of One Human Family, which reflects our respect for diversity and inclusion of all people.
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