Margaritaville - Key West
We were in Key West the first week of December. The place was filled with Parrotheads. Naturally. So it was a little crowded in our favorite restaurant. But after a short wait, we managed to get a table. About the time I finished my blackened mahi mahi the band had taken the stage. Several margaritas and Red Stripes later we went into the store to make a few purchases. As we walked back to our Bed and Breakfast, Duvall Street was buzzing with talk that "Jimmy is in town!" Well, that was enough for me. I alternated between prowling Duvall and popping into the Margaritaville bar for a cold Red Stripe. I made lots of new friends, but I never saw Bubba. Maybe next time.
On the lee side of Duvall, nestled just between Fleming & Southard Streets, lies that One Particular Harbour.
The Hurricane Party was in full swing at the Parrothead Bar.
The decor is strictly seafaring.
If you look up and think the room is spinning, it could just be the ceiling!
The first sign says "Restroom 2 miles." An exaggeration. But as you can see, just barely.
Who is that masked man on the drums?
Although I never learned his name, the guitar player really cooked.
I cannot recall the name of the band, but they rocked the house down.
There's a gecko goin' crazy on Caroline Street. Hmm . . . Must be the Margaritaville Tequila.
Margaritaville in Key West. It just doesn't get any better.
The Mayor props up the street sign. Or is that the other way around.
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