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Latitude's is one of the best restaurants in the Florida Keys and has the accolades to prove it. The ambiance, the views, and not to mention the food. Our little paradise continues to rank in "Best of" countdowns.
Enjoy a lovely boat ride over to Sunset Key and enjoy beachfront dining at the Westin's Latitudes, where you can order everything from elegant but fairly priced apps to amazing entrees. The views, the food, the atmosphere are all spectacular!
It doesn't get prettier in South Florida!! Make sure to book a table, otherwise you won't be able to board the small boat which takes you to the restaurant. Also if you can, book ahead (I mean months ahead) aim for the sunset hours and thank me later :)
It feels like you're having lunch on Bora Bora. Accessible by boat launch only, reservations required.
Latitudes has the best sunsets in Key West with beachfront seating, a great menu and great service you can never go wrong at this restaurant.
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“Mel Fisher Maritime Museum & Historical Society Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum.jpg Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum is located in FloridaMel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum Location within Florida Location 200 Greene Street Key West, Florida Coordinates 24.557965°N 81.806495°W Type Maritime Archaeology Website Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mel Fisher. The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum is located at 200 Greene Street, Key West, Florida. The museum contains an extensive collection of artifacts from 17th-century shipwrecks, such as the Henrietta Marie, Nuestra Señora de Atocha, and Santa Margarita. Also included are the shipwrecks and artifacts of The Santa Clara, a Conquistador-era galleon (1564), The Guerrero & Nimble. A rotating gallery exists on the second floor of the museum and is currently displaying an exhibit or artifacts belonging to Cuban Rafters, Balseros, who arrive to Key West in hand-crafted vessels. Terrestrial archaeological cites include The African Cemetery of Key West, located on Higg's Beach. The museum is named for founder Mel Fisher and was created as a 501(c)3 non-profit charity organization, thus Fisher's fortune is not financially linked to the museum. It is a museum, a lab, and a nationally recognized research facility. Within the museum is a fully operating Conservation and Archaeology lab, where guests are allowed admittance during a daily private Lab Tour and are able to touch the artifacts while learning about the various stages of artifact conservation. Some artifacts, depending on type and density, can take anywhere from weeks to years for full conservation before they are placed on display in the museum. As of December 2015 the upstairs exhibits, in addition to the slave ship Henrietta Marie, included displays about a group of freed slaves in Key West in 1860, the preservation of items recovered underwater, and Caribbean piracy.”
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“Raciest drag show on Duval Street with the Aquanettes every Thursday night! Adults only.”
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“ Built as a carriage house in 1829, the advent of the automobile made the Red Barn obsolete, so it was adopted by the Key West Community Players, who offered a variety of plays there through 1940s. In the 1960s, the Red Barn’s theatrical ambitions were revived by Ruth Guttman who, with her husband Yehuda Guttman, presented wonderful puppet shows. Yehuda, a gifted concert pianist, also played many beautiful concerts at the Red Barn. Renovated in the 1980s, The Red Barn has been home to such artists as Richard Wilbur, poet laureate, Shel Silverstein, Tennessee Williams, and Jimmy Buffet.”
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“Best outdoor lunch in Key West: just beware of falling leaves when its windy on deck!”
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