"Harbor walk" Historic Seaport Tip by Dutchnatasja
Historic Seaport, Key West: 8 reviews and 20 photos
Historic Seaport at Key West Bight, from Greene to Grinnell streets at the north end of the island. Along a half-mile harbor walk are shops, restaurants, bars and a 156-slip working marina that is home to tall ships, ferries and catamarans which provide dive, snorkel and sunset cruises.
Visitors can stroll along a wooden Harbor Walk lined with charter boats and restaurants.
It is fun to watch the fishing boats returning and see what they caught. I admire the boats at this harbor, they are beautiful.
BO's Fish Wagon (restaurant & bar - live music Fridays), Turtle Kraals (Historic Restaurant & Bar), Conch Republic Seafood Company, The Crab Shack, Half Shell Raw Bar, Key West Ice Cream Factory,
Key West Bait & Tackle (Bait Shop & Pub), Harborwalk Shops @ Lazy Way (Hammocks, Arts, Crafts, & Clothing), Local Color (Clothing, Accessories & Jewelry), Mac's Sea Garden (Shells, Tropical Gifts) and more.
Address: Key West Bight
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