Duval Street is a confluence of art and culture, history and heritage with a dash of debauchery. It’s teeming with bars jamming until 4am, a slew of dining options and epic people watching.
At the southern end, near the oversized buoy marking the Southernmost Point in the continental U.S, a mere 90 miles from Cuba, it’s all about the drinks.
Margaritaville Key West Resort
The location of this Duval Street webcam is right in the heart of tourist area, close to popular bars and restaurants such as Mallory Square. This cam is available 24 hours a day and features a great view of the Hog’s Breath Saloon bar, which gets full of people during the night.
The upscale Margaritaville Key West Resort is a premium oasis for exploring the vibrant culture and endless activities of this famous Florida island. With the island’s largest beach a short walk away and historic Old Town a few blocks further, this destination offers the best of the Florida Keys.
Rooms at this Key West hotel are suite-style and decorated with an unmistakable island vibe. They feature 55-inch TVs, deluxe bath products and kitchenettes with refrigerators. Some rooms also offer Jacuzzis, pullout sofas and balconies. Pets are welcome. This is a great hotel for groups or families, as it offers many amenities, including a pool, a fitness center and a business center.
Schooner Wharf Bar
Schooner Wharf Bar is a funky open-air bar that has become an island institution since 1984. Its unique blend of special events, delicious cuisine, and live music makes it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.
Visitors can enjoy ice cold tropical libations and delicious seafood and classic island cuisine. The bar also offers live entertainment from local and national acts. The bar’s Caribbean wings and coconut shrimp are especially favored by many customers.
Duval Street is the heart of Old Town Key West, and it’s a lively street with an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars. It’s lined with quaint 19th-century buildings and is full of sights, attractions, and activities. It’s home to a variety of festivals and events, including the Conch Republic Days, Hemingway Days, Songwriters Festival, and Fantasy Fest.
Situated under the awning of Sloppy Joe’s Bar, this live webcam shows a view of Duval Street in Key West. A must-see for tourists and locals alike, this busy street is a hub of sightseeing, attractions, cuisine infused with island flavor, and cold libations. It’s teeming with activity and crowded with merrymakers from around the world. Events like Hemingway Days, Conch Republic Day, Songwriters Festival, and a week-long scantily-costumed extravaganza called Fantasy Fest keep the party going year-round.
Whether you’re looking for a laid-back tavern serving beer and shots or a rooftop bar doing fruity cocktails, Rick’s has it all. Its eight-bars-in-one concept means you could go there every night and have a different experience.
Hog’s Breath Saloon
Located in the heart of old key west this popular watering hole has been catering to locals and tourists for over 25 years. Enjoy a cold drink or delicious meal while listening to live music from local and national bands. Dine outside in a tropical setting or inside in air conditioned comfort.
During the day, the street’s charm shines through Victorian ’conch’ buildings and a plethora of shops and galleries. At night, the street is a hub of activity. Visitors are greeted by the sound of live music and the sight of many bars packed with merrymakers.
Whether you’re looking to have a quick snack or a full dinner, Hog’s Breath is the place to be. The bar offers a great selection of drinks and good food, such as nicely cooked Bbq pork, shrimp ceviche and smoked fish. It is also a great place to try tasty draft beer, rum or margaritas. The friendly staff is always ready to help you make the right choice for your taste and budget.duval street cam