An Introduction to Cedar Key Florida’s Waterfront Bars on Dock Street
Oct09

An Introduction to Cedar Key Florida’s Waterfront Bars on Dock Street

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The Cedar Keys and the town of Cedar Key, Florida may not be part of the more famous Florida Keys but if you’re looking for a remote island to visit, head to the western end of Florida State Road 24. That’s where you’ll find Cedar Key and its Duval St. equivalent, Dock St. Lined with bars from one end to the other, Dock St. offers up one option in abundance that Duval St. can’t match – a multitude of waterfront bars. Located 90 miles...

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Beach Bar Pic of the Week – Skipper’s Dockside, Key Largo, Florida
Aug07

Beach Bar Pic of the Week – Skipper’s Dockside, Key Largo, Florida

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Among the many attributes and attractions the Florida Keys are known for, it’s bar scene is certainly up there. Skipper’s Dockside, a waterfront tiki bar located in Key Largo, is one of the many waterfront bars that dot these islands. Located waterfront at mile marker 100 (actual street address is 528 Caribbean Drive), Skipper’s Dockside was established in 2015. Especially popular for its annual dolphin tournament and Monday –...

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The Top 10 Bars You’ll Find In Key West
Jul22

The Top 10 Bars You’ll Find In Key West

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If you’ve been to Key West, you’ll know that naming its 10 best bars would be a difficult assignment at best, based merely upon the sheer quantity lining its streets. About as ubiquitous as palm trees and probably dwarfing the number of churches, Key West is as famous for its watering holes as it is anything else. Some lucky writer at Conde Nast Traveler received the assignment of a lifetime, poring through all of the bars in this...

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Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Dunedin, Florida
Jun06

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Dunedin, Florida

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There’s just something about a Florida sunset over that water that makes it hard to resist. This week’s image, taken in Dunedin, is further proof of that. The palm trees form the perfect silhouette, boaters meander through the calm water and as the sun dips below the horizon for another day, people take time out of their busy lives to appreciate the moment. That’s one of the most significant wonders of a sunset...

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Three Minutes With the Owners of the Hurricane Seafood Restaurant in St. Pete Beach
May10

Three Minutes With the Owners of the Hurricane Seafood Restaurant in St. Pete Beach

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During our vacation in St. Pete Beach a few years ago, I knew I had found paradise when we drove into the Pass-A-Grille neighborhood. It was evident that while this was a part of St. Pete Beach, the area had a different vibe than you would find on the beaches to the north. The pace seemed slower, the inhabitants a little more laid back and and the palm trees were more prevalent. We were able to enjoy dinner at the Hurricane Seafood...

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