Today we will continue our walk down Duval Street in Key West Florida. If you missed it, Part 1 is here.
Each week we see this lady here making her great drawings of visitor's faces.
Here's a little Key West fashion that I've threatened My Honey I will buy and wear. ;) Nah, I don't think this will work for a trip to the grocery back home.
There is plenty of real estate available if you want to open your own shop.
We came upon Hog's Breath Saloon, another famous Key West spot. We have eaten here before some years ago. I think their wings are too well done and dry, but they do have a great burger. Hog's Breath doesn't have the class or good food of the Grand Cafe, which was our first choice, but we were there too early today.
This is the outside part of the bar/restaurant. There's a web cam that's fun. You can call someone back home on your cell phone and wave to them on the web cam. Or, maybe that's not a good idea. ;)
The decor is classic Key West and lots of fun. :)
Here's lunch: cheeseburger (very, very good), slaw, pickle, and iced tea. We each had the same thing and the bill came to $28. before tip. This is a tourist area so that's not a surprise, but be warned that everything is a la carte. The cheeseburger comes with potato chips. You can add the slaw for $2 which we did. What we didn't know was that when you ADD the slaw for $2, they don't serve the chips. Go figure. As I said, the burger was good, but we will wait until the Grand Cafe or another restaurant opens next week.
We passed the Old Customs House on our left, now a museum, then went on board the ship where we found...
So, I hope you've enjoyed walking down Duval Street in Key West with us.