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All reviews people watching art galleries t shirt shops bourbon st lots of shops great street sloppy joes the main drag walk up lots of fun laid back southernmost point bars margaritaville partying souvenirs clothing
It's about 1-mile long so it's longer than Bourbon or main part of King Street in Charleston. Numerous shops, restaurants, bars and galleries. Nothing too upscale or too cheap. Moderate balance where you can spend most of the day checking things out
This street is for adults and not suitable for children. A fun place full of diverse and interesting business and bars. Great place for bar hopping and plenty of shops and restaurants. Spent an entire day just roaming around the area. Wear some good walking...More
Cruising or just car-less, take the free Duval Bus Loop (shuttle) provided by the city. Short walk from cruiseport. Along the way, museums offer wonderful insight into the life of an historic author and president -Hemingway and Truman...
This "street" had everything from a Wendy's and CVS to Tattoo stations, souvenir shops and bars with live entertainment. It was touristy but given this was our first stop after boarding a cruise it was perfect for loading up on things from home you missed...More
If you can't find it on or around Duval Street, you don't need it. The only downside is that it just gets too busy to really enjoy. There were 2 cruise ships in town the day we tried to walk up and down Duval Street....More
Here in Key West for the first time on a trip with my hubby. Duvall street and Mallory Square area is definitely the hub of people, activity and frivolity! Pull up a stool or chair at an open air bar, grab a drink or a...More
The street is filled with shops on both sides. It can get crowded and the sidewalks aren't that big. In my opinion, it's a typical tourist shopping main street. There are many restaurants to select from, too.
If you want bars, shops, and lots of company, head to Duval street. It isnt for everyone, and I wouldn't take my kids there once you get towards night because pretty much the entire place turns into a little bit of a party (absolutely nutts...More
Stretches the width of the island. Lots of Art Galleries. Eclectic little stores. And of course the many souvenir shops. No young kids in these stores - all happy older / semi-retired persons. Night life galore for all tastes. Went to my first Drag Queen...More
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Sorry I’ve only been this one quick time. I did drive up and down almost every street one night to look at Christmas lights etc. I always recommend the same when considering a new location. The advice I would give my clients... More
Sorry I’ve only been this one quick time. I did drive up and down almost every street one night to look at Christmas lights etc. I always recommend the same when considering a new location. The advice I would give my clients is consider your budget then Your 2-3 must haves both in the home as well as area. Then maybe get an actual map of the area and highlight potential spots. Maybe even then google earth those spots. Good luck.