Pepe's Key West Blog
The history of rum tends to be an interesting one because sailors and seafarers favored this strong, sweet spirit during the Age of..
Mallory Square is arguably the center of Key West with all roads leading to its bustling plaza overlooking the Key West Harbor. This is..
Key West is famous for its “anything goes” bar scene and there are quite a few establishments on the island to explore. If you’re looking..
Key West is famously only 90 miles from Cuba, and the two islands share more than just geographical proximity. Cuban exiles have found a..
Part of Key West’s charm is its colorful history and quirky characters who’ve shaped the island into what it is today. Get a taste of the..
A fusion of Native American Taino food, Spanish, African and Caribbean cooking, Cuban cuisine has been a staple on the island of Key West..