The Smallest Bar in Key West
Your headed to Key West, the island paradise known for the strange, unusual, quirky and just plain odd. Here's a spot that hits all those attributes. About the size of a jail cell (72 square feet), has only 2 bar stools and packs about as much fun fun as anywhere else on this island.
This kitchy, odd, tropical, upbeat out of the way, but in the heart of everything, bar is it. Located on the western side of the island, right on Duval Street and just around the corner from Mallory Square. It is part of the Smallest Bar Inn, what used to be the Old Customs House Inn.
It's been a hot spot on the island for years and everybody that ever stops by, grabs a photo or two to remember it by.
After enjoying one of their fantastic cocktails, you can stroll up Duval and partake in some of the other famous bars that dot the street. Sloppy Joe's, Capt Tony's Saloon, the Hogs Breath Saloon and many others.
Attractions in the area abound as well. The previously mentioned Mallory Square us just around the corner, as well as the Key West Customs House, Mel Fishers Maritime Museum and the Shipwreck Museum.
For the truly daring, head away from Mallory Square to the corner of Caroline Street to the Bull and Whistle and check out the 3rd floor bar, if you're bold enough to. We won't ruin the surprise for you, you'll have to go yourself and see for yourself!
If you're ready to head to Key West and experience this and all that Key West has to offer, book your adventure now.
Or if you're already in Key West, it's a short 5 or 10 minute walk to the Smallest Bar and some of the most fun that you'll have while in Key West.