Page 1

Miami including

Miami Beach / Key West

25


32

33


Photo of Miami Beach Gay Pride Parade courtesy of Miami Beach Gay Pride

ienvenido a Miami! Affectionately known as "The Magic City", Miami has a well-deserved reputation as a premier travel destination. Presenting a wide selection of accommodations ranging from quaint bed and breakfasts to fullservice resorts, all are eager to make this your most memorable vacation ever. Famous for its vibrant and exotic clubs, bars and clientele, the nightlife here is beyond comparison. Venues regularly promote theme nights and live shows not to mention it's a regular stop on the party circuit. Fill your days exploring the city that seems to have an endless supply of culture, or enjoy outdoor activities to achieve the perfect Florida tan. Lay out in the warm sun, take a helicopter tour of Miami Beach or go para-sailing to get an unforgettable view. Head back to the mainland and take a trolley tour that winds from the Bayside Marketplace along Biscayne Bay down to Coconut Grove. Don't forget the shopping! Miami offers everything from boutiques and souvenir shops to high-end retail stores. Lincoln Road, South Beach is not to be missed! Then spend an evening at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, a stunning new performing arts venue, presenting shows of Broadway caliber and musical acts from around the globe. Dining here is indeed a memorable experience. A result of the multi-cultural population, flavors and feasts from around the world are all available to tempt your taste buds. Kosher, Cuban, Chinese, Italian or Pacific Rim... all flavored with a touch of "Miami Spice". No visit would be complete without a trip to Miami Beach's Art Deco district aka South Beach. Here you'll find a collection of eclectic architecture, resorts, cafes, bars and clubs. Beautiful people are everywhere, especially along Ocean Drive (where people watching is the official sport) and all are anxious to show you a warm welcome to their little piece of paradise. Pack for a day, or even a week but whatever you do, pack for sunshine and enjoy all that Miami and it's beaches have to offer!

B B

2

Miami FunMap

including Miami Beach, South Beach & Key West

2013 EDITION Welcome

2-5

Getting Here & Florida Overview Map Greater Miami Map

6 8-9

Accommodations

10-13

Dining

14-15

Attractions

17

Resources, Shopping & Services

18-19

South Beach Map

20-23

Events

24-27

Nightlife

28-31

Key West

34-39

Key West Maps

36-37 publisher: Alan H. Beck design: Brian L. Pelton production: Emily L. Stokes

Official Map of the IGLTA

printed in the U.S.A. 3


Welcome...

Greetings... from the Mayor of Miami Beach It is my pleasure to welcome gay and lesbian visitors from across the country and around the world to the City of Miami Beach. I hope your visit is an enjoyable one and you have the opportunity to experience what makes the City of Miami Beach such a special place to those of us who live here. While in our city, I urge you to sample the celebrated international cuisine, exciting nightlife, people watching and unparalleled assortment of sports, water activities, and shopping. We would like you to visit Lincoln Road in the heart of the city to experience a unique blend of cafes, galleries and arts organizations. Visit world-famous South beach, the internationally acclaimed beach area packed with sidewalk cafes, restaurants and hotels which contains the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world. Please also explore the rest of our City, the grand hotels of Mid-Beach and the undiscovered charm of North Beach. On behalf of the City of Miami Beach, I extend my sincerest and warmest welcome and wish you all an exciting visit. We are honored by your presence. Sincerely,

Matti Herrera Bower Mayor, City of Miami Beach

from the President Welcome to Greater Miami and Miami Beach. For many years Gay and Lesbian travelers have selected us as their choice destination. AND, we have given you one more reason to visit…our New LGBT Visitor Center. Located conveniently at 11th and Washington in Old City Hall, the new center is your one-stop destination for information, publications, wireless internet access, LGBT curios and, weekly events celebrating our community. Our new visitor center is a community resource so, whether in town for one of our spectacular events or, just to unwind, our staff can assist with your “funcation.” Miami is “The place to be,” not just during White Party, Aqua Girl, Winter Party, the Film Festival, MB Gay Pride, Art Basel and the many other Great Special Events that are held here—but all year round. There is so much to do here and so much to enjoy—something for everyone! From culture to cuisine, Greater Miami and the Beaches offer an incredible experience for any traveler, domestic or international. Speaking for the membership and board of Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (which include businesses ranging from restaurants/nightclubs to Realtors, Mortgage Brokers, Retail Store Operators, to the municipalities and organizations that serve the gay community) we want to welcome you to MiamiDade County. As we promote at the Chamber, S.O.M.A …support our Members Always and, we hope you will. We also want you to have a memorable and pleasurable experience. MDGLCC is here to serve you, our guests. Feel free to contact us via email at mdglcc@bellsouth.net , or by calling 305-673-4440. AND, don’t forget to obtain a free copy of our updated Miami Pride Celebrated Daily and, also through our website www.gogaymiami.com. We look forward to serving you soon! Warm regards,

Steve Adkins President, MDGLCC

A Very Warm Welcome... from the President & CEO Welcome to Greater Miami & the Beaches – a sophisticated tropical destination that’s delighted to extend a warm invitation to gay and lesbian travelers from around the world to enjoy its swaying palm trees, balmy breezes, spectacular beaches, sunny days and endless nightlife. Our richly woven fabric of culturally diverse communities makes Miami an exciting cosmopolitan destination: vibrant, progressive and welcoming. We’re eager to make this your most memorable visit ever. Here you’ll find world-class performing and visual arts, an exciting cultural climate, and a wide variety of ethnic traditions. A year-round calendar of events, festivals and sporting activities complement our many attractions. Our nightlife varies from the sophisticated and exotic to intimate and reserved. And with our multi-cultural population comes feasts and flavors from neighborhood cafes to celebrated international cuisine – from Cuban and Caribbean to European and Asian – all flavored with a touch of “Miami Spice.” The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau can help make your stay the best it can be – visit us online at www.MiamiandBeaches.com or call us at (800)933-8448. We know you’ll enjoy your visit. Sincerely,

A Very Warm Welcome... from the Chairperson of MBVCA On behalf of the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority (MBVCA), I would like to welcome everyone to beautiful Miami Beach. We hope you take advantage of all our wonderful city has to offer. As a financial sponsor of some of the hottest LGBT events in our City, such as White Party Week, Aqua Girl, Orgullo Festival, Winter Party, Miami Beach Gay Pride Week, and the LGBT Visitor Center, we are heavily involved with the community and strive to attract and enhance the tourism experience for all visitors, all year long. During your stay, we hope you not only enjoy our beautiful beaches but all of our other cultural and culinary amenities such as the New World Center, Lincoln Road, the Collins Avenue Shopping Corridor, and both our hip and our luxurious hotels. Enjoy your time in paradise, and I hope your stay is fabulous & memorable! We look forward to your return! Please visit us online at www.miamibeachvca.com to view a full list of the events we sponsor, and more information on our City! Sincerely,

Jeff M. Lehman

William Talbert, III, CDME President & CEO, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau

4

Chairperson Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority 5


Florida Overview

©2013 Columbia FunMap® Inc. • 221 Rutgers Street, Maplewood, NJ • 973-275-1700 • www.funmaps.com

Getting Here By Air: Miami is served by two airports, Miami International (MIA) and Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International (FLL). Miami International is one of the largest airports in the world and an important hub for traffic between North America and Latin America. American Airlines is MIA’s major carrier. Fort Lauderdale International is further from Miami and is a much smaller and less trafficked airport. FLL is host to Southwest Airlines, Jet Blue and other low-cost carriers that often offer better domestic fares than MIA. Check flights to both airports before booking your flight while also considering ground transportation. Fort Lauderdale is 25-40 minutes north of Miami by car and a taxi can run you up to $65.

By Rail: Amtrak serves Miami frequently from Central Florida and Northeastern US with several daily trains. Check Amtrak.com or 800-USA-RAIL for schedule and fares.

By Car:

33

Three main highways lead to Miami. I-95 extends south along the Atlantic coast of Florida and terminates in Miami. U.S. Highway 1 provides access from the Florida Keys to the south of Miami and I-75 cuts in from the west and Florida’s Gulf coast. 6

34 35

7


34

Greater Miami

24

14

10

22 16

3

33

11

SOUTH BEACH INSET PAGES 20-23

21

Info Finder ACCOMMODATIONS 3 Design Suites at Castle Beach

DINING 10 11 14 16

Casa Di Pepe (Delray Beach) City Hall, The Restaurant Magnum Lounge Rouge French/Moroccan Bistro

NIGHTLIFE 21 Club Aqua Miami 22 Jamboree Lounge 24 Swinging Richards

SHOPPING & SERVICES 33 AHF Pharmacy 33 Out of the Closet 34 AHF Pharmacy 100 NW 170th St ©2013 Columbia FunMap® Inc. • 221 Rutgers Street, Maplewood, NJ • 973-275-1700 • www.funmaps.com

8

9


FEATURED ACCOMMODATIONS 1 Cavalier Hotel, The

305-531-3555

ACCOMMODATIONS

1320 Ocean Drive www.cavaliermiami.com Ocean Drive is the place to be seen and the place to party on South Beach in Miami, FL. The Cavalier hotel offers the best location, within walking distance to the best bars, shops, dining, nightlife, and the nonstop action of South Beach...all at best hotel price on South Beach. Located directly on Ocean Drive facing the beautiful Atlantic ocean. You can afford the best in South Beach hotels when you stay at the historic Cavalier Hotel, the best hotel value on Miami's South Beach!

2 Claridge Hotel

305-604-8485

3500 Collins Avenue www.claridgemiamibeach.com Sensual Mediterranean architecture, a unique interior atrium lobby & jacuzzi, and our location directly across from the pristine waters of Miami South Beach all combine for the perfect location for your hotel in Miami South Beach — one of the best kept secrets in South Beach, The Claridge Hotel. Pet friendly, gay managed and known for romantic style & impeccable attention to detail, the Claridge is for the discriminating traveler who wants to be close to the action but not sleep in the middle of it!

3 Design Suites at Castle Beach

786-398-6749

5445 Collins Avenue www.designsuitesatcastlebeach.com Design Suites at Castle Beach is a selected group of condos on the emblematic Castle Beach Club. It has direct access to the beach, an outdoor pool and sun deck, fitness center, restaurant, pool bar, 2 groceries stores in site, vending machines, laundry, dry cleaner, SPA, and more. Located right on Millionaires row, this oceanfront property is 5 minutes from South Beach, 20 minutes from the Miami International Airport, and 10 minutes from the Bal Harbour Shops.

4 Surfcomber Hotel

800-994-6103

1717 Collins Avenue www.surfcomber.com Ocean views, sparkling pool, swaying palm trees. Direct beach access and easy, warm hospitality that reflects the “Daylife”. Surfcomber Hotel, is centered in South Beach, puts the best of Miami at your doorstep while taking you a world away from all your worries. Play hard, sleep well and indulge in luxury services and amenities at our boutique South Beach hotel.

4

1

3

10

11


FEATURED ACCOMMODATIONS CONTINUED...

ACCOMMODATIONS

Elite City Stays

877-357-2776

New York City, Miami, FL - South Beach www.elitecitystays.com Elite City Stays offers affordable fully furnished luxury apartment residences in prime Miami, South Beach and New York City locations for daily, weekly and monthly stays. A perfect alternative to the more costly hotels, our selection of 1,2 & 3 bedroom residences offer you the space & comforts of home while on vacation or extended corporate travel.

OUT-OF-TOWN FEATURED ACCOMMODATIONS Floris Suite Hotel

800-411-0170

Piscadera Bay, Willemstad, Curacao www.florissuitehotel.com The Floris Hotel is ideally located on the tropical island of Curacao and offers the comfort of a first-class hotel with relaxing tranquility. This 72- all suite boutique hotel exemplifies first-class, straight-forward luxury, designed for adults. The warmth of our attentive hotel staff will certainly make you feel at home. The Hotel is affiliated with the IGLTA and welcomes all LGBT guests.

Grand Resort & Spa, The

800-818-1211

539 North Birch Road, Fort Lauderdale www.grandresort.net The Grand Resort and Spa is Fort Lauderdale Beach’s largest and finest gay owned and operated men’s resort hotel, located just steps from the gay beach. Our standard of contemporary luxury rivals that found in today’s popular boutique hotels. What sets us apart is the genuine hospitality. With our own fullservice day spa and hair studio, we can offer our guests an experience that is unique and wonderfully indulgent.

TAG APPROVED ACCOMMODATIONS Miami Candlewood Suites Miami Airport Courtyard Miami Airport EPIC, a Kimpton Hotel InterContinental at Doral Miami Mandarin Oriental, Miami Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay Red Roof Inn Miami Airport Residence Inn Miami Airport

8855 NW 27th Street 1201 NW LeJeune Road 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way 2505 NW 87th Avenue 500 Brickell Key Drive 1633 North Bayshore Drive 3401 NW Le Jeune Road 1201 NW LeJeune Road

888-226-3539 305-642-8200 866-760-3742 305-468-1400 866-888-6780 305-374-3900 800-733-7663 305-642-8570

Miami Beach / South Beach Circa 39 Hotel Dream South Beach Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach Hotel Breakwater South Beach Hotel Victor National Hotel SLS Hotel South Beach South Beach Marriott Surfcomber Hotel The Palms Hotel & Spa The Standard Spa, Miami Beach W South Beach

3900 Collins Avenue 1111 Collins Avenue 4525 Collins Avenue 940 Ocean Drive 1144 Ocean Drive 1677 Collins Avenue 1701 Collins Avenue 161 Ocean Drive 1717 Collins Avenue 3025 Collins Avenue 40 Island Avenue 2201 Collins Avenue

877-8CIRCA39 305-673-4747 800-319-5354 305-532-2362 800-233-1234 800-327-8370 305-674-1701 800-228-9290 305-532-7715 800-550-0505 305-673-1717 305-938-3000

Miami Springs Holiday Inn Express Miami Airport Sleep Inn Miami Airport

12

1111 S. Royal Pionciana Blvd. 305-885-1941 105 Fairway Drive 305-871-7553

13


DINING

16

ining in Miami and it’s beaches is a tantalizing treat for all your senses. Whether it’s a “New York Style” deli sandwich, a Cuban enchilada or a 5-star experience, you want it you got it. Outdoor dining options are available at most restaurants and the weather is almost always cooperative. Umbrellas dot the scene to ensure shade from the sun while attentive waiters serve up your dish de jour with a smile.

D D

13 DINING Restaurants / Cafés

10 11

12 13 14 15

16

11th Street Diner 1065 Washington Avenue Altamare 1233 Lincoln Road Balans 1022 Lincoln Road Big Pink 157 Collins Avenue Casa Di Pepe 189 NE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach Cavalier Hotel & Crab Shack 1320 Ocean Drive City Hall, The Restaurant 2004 Biscayne Boulevard Crab House 1551 79th Street Causway Da Leo Trattoria 819 Lincoln Road David's Cafe 1058 Collins Avenue Front Porch Café 1458 Ocean Drive Grillfish 1444 Collins Avenue Guru 232 12th Street Hard Rock Cafe Miami 401 Biscayne Boulevard Lantao Kitchen & Cocktails 1717 Collins Avenue Magnum Lounge 709 NE 79th Street News Café 800 Ocean Drive Oliver's Bistro 959 West Avenue Osteria Del Teatro 1443 Washington Avenue Palace 1200 Ocean Drive Pasha's 900 Lincoln Road Rouge French/Moroccan Bistro 908 71st Street Spiga 1228 Collins Avenue Spris 731 Lincoln Road Sushi Samba 600 Lincoln Road Tides Restaurant 1220 Ocean Drive Tiramisù 721 Lincoln Road Van Dyke Cafe Rest. / Lounge 846 Lincoln Road 14

305-534-6373 305-532-3061 305-534-9191 305-532-4700 561-279-7371 305-531-3555 305-764-3130 305-868-7085 305-674-0350 305-534-8736 305-531-8300 305-538-9908 305-534-3996 305-377-3110 305-604-1800 305-757-3368 305-538-6397 305-535-3050 305-538-7850 305-531-7234 305-673-3919 305-720-9125 305-534-0079 305-673-2020 305-673-5337 305-604-5070 305-532-4538 305-534-3600

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

15


Miami Attractions Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts

Miami Museum of Science

1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 305-949-6722, www.carnivalcenter.org Varied series of performances, ranging from classical ballet, opera and symphony, to comedians, renowned vocal artists, musical groups, contemporary dance and dramatic stage productions are scheduled for Carnival Center's opening season.

3280 South Miami Avenue, Miami 305-646-4200, www.miamisci.org This fun museum features several changing exhibits throughout the years. Open 10am-6pm daily. Box office closed at 5:30pm, Closed on Thanksgiving & Christmas.

Miami Seaquarium

Bass Museum of Art

4400 Rickenbacker Cswy, Key Biscayne 305-361-5705, miamiseaquarium.com On a 38-acre tropical paradise with spectacular skyline views lies a world-class marine-life entertainment park with eight different marine animal shows and astonishing daily presentations. Miami Seaquarium® is a place of inspiration, education & fun! Open Daily 9:30am Box office closes at 4:30pm.

2121 Park Ave., Miami Beach 305-673-7530, www.bassmuseum.org The collection here includes major European paintings, sculptures and textiles as well as American, Asian and contemporary art. Temporary exhibitions of contemporary and historical art throughout the world are also part of the museum’s offerings. Open Wed-Sun 12-5pm.

Deering Estate

Museum of Contemporary Art

16701 SW 72nd Avenue, Miami 305-235-1668, deeringestate.com From its archaeological features to its historic house and nature preserves, the Deering Estate is one of Miami’s noteworthy historic sites and parks. Open daily 10a.m.5p.m.; ticket office closes at 4p.m.

770 NE 125th Street, Miami 305-893-6211, www.mocanomi.org See innovative exhibitions featuring the artists of our time. The museum has a permanent collection of more than 400 works by contemporary and emerging artists. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 11am - 5pm, Wednesday: 1pm 9pm, Sunday: Noon - 5pm.

Fairchild Tropical Garden 10901 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables 305-667-1651, www.ftg.org One of the world’s pre-eminent botanic gardens, with rare tropical plants from around the world, featuring 83 acres, 11300 plants species, a rainforest, visitor center, conservatory, plant exploration museum, sunken gardens, winding paths, 14 lakes, lily ponds, overlooks & vistas. Open 9:30am-4:40pm

New World Symphony 500 17th Street, Miami Beach, FL 305-673-3330 or 800-597-3331 www.nws.edu A must see for all visitors to Miami Beach. This new building houses the New World Symphony and is a cornerstone of new and exciting cultural events.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Historical Museum of South Florida

325 South Miami Ave., Coconut Grove 305-250-9133, vizcayamuseum.com This Italian Renaissance-style villa, with more than 10 acres of formal gardens & fountains, sits gracefully on the edge of Biscayne Bay, Daily hours: 9:30am-4:30pm.

101 West Flagler Street, Miami 305-375-1492, www.hmsf.org. Dedicated to telling the story of South Florida and the Caribbean. In order to create a better quality of life by understanding the past, linking it to the present and building a better future. Mon CLOSED, Tues-Fri 10am-5pm, Third Thurs open til 9pm, Sat & Sun noon-5pm.

Wolfsonian - FIU 1001 Washington Avenue, Miami 305-531-1001, www.wolfsonian.org. Located in the heart of the Art Deco District, the museum showcases American & European decorative and fine arts produced between 1885-1945. Sat-Tues: 12pm-6pm Thurs & Fri: 12pm-9pm Closed Wed.

Miami Art Museum 101 West Flagler Street, Miami 305-375-3000, miamiartmuseum.org. The museum's permanent collection & exhibition program features art from the 1940s to the present. MAM looks at art from the perspective of different cultural traditions as a reflection of Miami's unique location at the gateway of the Americas. Tue-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat & Sun Noon-5pm, Mon Closed

World Erotic Art Museum 1205 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 305-532-9336, www.weam.com Hours: Mon-Thurs 11AM to 10PM, Fri-Sun 11AM to Midnight. Home of the largest collection of fine erotic art in America.

31

16

17


RESOURCES City of Miami Beach 1700 Convention Center Drive 305-673-7000 Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) miamiandbeaches.com 701 Brickell Avenue 800-933-8448 30 LGBT Visitor Center 1130 Washington Avenue 305-397-8914 Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce miamibeachchamber.com 305-672-1270 Miami Beach Visitors & Convention Authority miamibeachvca.com 305-673-7050 Miami Design Preservation League 1001 Ocean Drive 305-672-2014 Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (MDGLCC) gogaymiami.com 1130 Washington Avenue 305-673-4440

SHOPPING & SERVICES

SHOPPING & SERVICES Adult Entertainment Adult Supermarket Cloverleaf Book & Video Pleasure Emporium Pleasure Emporium North Red Road Books & Video Sensations Video

7481 Bird Road 14907 NW Seventh Avenue 1019 5th Street 20600 NW 2nd Avenue 2316 S Red Road 1317 Washington Avenue

305-261-3922 305-681-2001 305-673-3311 305-654-9400 305-266-5877 305-534-2330

Attractions for a complete list of area attractions see page 17 Isle Casino and Racing Pompano Park 777 Isle of Capri Circle, Pompano Beach 31 World Erotic Art Museum 1205 Washington Avenue

800-THE-ISLE 305-532-9336

Bicycle Sales / Rentals Beach Scooter

1626 Collins Avenue

305-403-4797

265 Aragon Avenue 7545 Biscayne Boulevard

305-532-3222 305-754-6900

Bookstores Books & Books Lambda Passages

Car Service / Limousines 32 Beach Tyrex, LLC Ocean Drive Limousines Worldwide Transportation

1610 Collins Avenue 641 Mokena Drive worldwidetransportation.com

305-503-6193 888-664-7182 305-271-4900

Cards & Gifts Pink Palm

723 Lincoln Road

305-397-8097

939 Lincoln Road

305-531-4982

Clothing Base

32

Events for a complete list of area events see page 25-26 Equality Forum www.equalityforum.com GLBT Travel Expo www.glbttravelexpo.com Miami Beach Gay Pride miamibeachgaypride.com Source Events www.sourceevents.com

215-732-3378 718-622-5709 888-411-8460 888-768-7238

Health / Beauty CVS Pharmacy

1421 Alton Road

305-538-1571

Health Clubs / Gyms / Exercise & Fitness Brian Neal Fitness & Health Foundation briannealfitness.org Crunch Fitness 1676 Alton Road Crunch Fitness 1259 Washington Avenue David Barton Gym- Gansevoort South 2323 Collins Avenue Gold's Gym (Coral Gables) 3737 SW 8th Street Steel Gym 5580 NE 4th Court

954-336-0436 305-531-4743 305-674-8222 305-534-1660 305-445-5161 305-751-7591

Health Spas / Manicure / Pedicure Grand Resort & Spa, The

539 N Birch Rd., Fort Lauderdale 954-630-3000

Home Decor KMP Furniture

6444 Biscayne Boulevard

305-438-1797

Pharmacies / Health & Beauty 33 AHF Pharmacy 2900 North Biscayne Blvd 34 AHF Pharmacy 100 NW 170th Street AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) www.aidshealth.org 35 Out of the Closet 1510 Alton Road 33 Out of the Closet 2900 North Biscayne Blvd GNC 230 Bayside Marketplace GNC 622 Lincoln Road

305-764-3780 305-758-1984 323-860-5200 305-531-6800 305-764-3773 305-372-7181 305-532-2513

Recreation Scooter City 233 14th Street South Florida Art Center 924 Lincoln Road Thriller Miami Powerboat Tours 401 Biscayne Boulevard

305-673-3322 305-674-8278 305-373-7001

Shopping Compass Market

860 Ocean Drive

305-673-2906

Tattoos / Piercing / Jewelry South Beach Tattoo Co.

861 Washington Avenue

305-538-0104

Transportation Services Worldwide Transportation

worldwidetransportation.com 18

305-271-4900 19


20

21

South Beach

23 32

13 4

2


22

23

15

35

30

31 World Erotic Art Museum 32 Beach Tyrex, LLC 35 Out of the Closet (Alton Road)

SHOPPING & SERVICES

30 LGBT Visitor Center

RESOURCES

13 Lantao Social Club 23 Score 25 Twist

NIGHTLIFE

12 Guru 13 Lantao Kitchen & Cocktails 15 Oliver's Bistro

DINING

1 Cavalier Hotel, The 2 Claridge Hotel, The 4 Surfcomber Hotel

ACCOMMODATIONS

Info Finder

©2013 Columbia FunMap® Inc. • 221 Rutgers Street, Maplewood, NJ • 973-275-1700 • www.funmaps.com

25

12

31

1


Miami Events

EVENTS JAN

Calle Ocho Festival Every March Between 4th Ave. and 27th Ave. on SW 8th Street, Little Havana, 305-644-8888, carnavalmiami.com A grand celebration of Hispanic culture. Known as the world's largest street party, the festival spans twenty-three city blocks, filled with musical stages, youth sites, folkloric sites and food vendors.

Art Deco Weekend DATE TBA – Mid January, 2014 Along Ocean Dr., between 5th & 15th 305-672-2014, www.mdpl.org Step back in time and celebrate Art Deco style with live big bands and Art Deco artifacts and antiques. Features walking, bicycle and trolley tours, lectures, street theater and other unique events.

Fashion Week Miami

Beaux Arts Festival DATE TBA – Late January, 2014 University of Miami Campus, 1301 Stanford Dr., Coral Gables, www.beauxartsmiami.org The 60th Annual Beaux Arts Festival of Art will take place on the beautiful grounds of University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. Over 100,000 patrons visit the Festival to view and purchase art from approximately 250 juried exhibitors from around the US and abroad.

March 20th - 24th, 2013 Midtown Miami - Wynwood Art District 954-476-5761, miamifashionweek.com A biannual fashion extravaganza which showcases the work of renowned and new designers from Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia. Highlights include fashion tents, designer shows, model castings and special events.

FEB

March 18th - 31st, 2013 Tennis Ctr at Crandon Prk, Key Biscayne 305-446-2200, sonyericssonopen.com Features the world's top-ranked men and women professional tennis players. The event is an elite Tennis Masters Series event on the ATP circuit and top-tier event on the WTA Tour.

Sony Ericsson Open

Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sail February 13th – 17th, 2014 Miami Beach Convention Center, 1901 Convention Center Drive, 954-441-3220, miamiboatshow.com One of the largest new boat shows in the world showcasing more than 200 exhibitors. The latest powerboats, sailboats, engines, electronics and accessories are exhibited at three different locations — all connected via a courtesy shuttle bus.

APR Miami Beach Dance Festival April 5th - May 15th, 2013 Various venues in Miami Beach, 305-858-7002, momentumdance.com Contemporary & traditional performances by South Florida's finest local dance companies, including Momentum Dance Company, Ballet Flamenco La Rosa and the Dance Now! Ensemble, as well as guest companies from around the nation.

Coconut Grove Arts Festival February 16th - 18th, 2013 Along South Bayshore Drive in Downtown Coconut Grove, 305-447-0401, www.coconutgroveartsfest.com One of the largest and most prestigious fine arts festivals in the United States. Features more than 330 internationally renowned artists exhibiting in 12 categories.

Miami Gay Pride April 12th - 14th, 2013 Ocean Drive, 12-8pm 305-751-9255, www.miamibeachgaypride.com Join Miami Beach City Mayor Matti Bower, your friends, family and allies for the 2nd annual Miami Beach Gay PRIDE parade and festival. It's a celebration of the extraordinary strength, beauty and contributions of South Florida’s LGBT community, and an exciting all-day event featuring a parade, a Festival with exciting celebrity presentations and musical performances, and an Expo with LGBTfriendly vendors and businesses, refreshments, food, and a family-friendly playzone..

South Beach Wine & Food Festival February 21st - 24th, 2013 Various locations in South Beach, 877-762-3933, www.sobewineandfoodfest.com

MAR Winter Party Festival March 6th - 11th, 2013 On the beach along Ocean Dr. & 14th St. & other venues in Miami Beach, 305-571-1924, www.winterparty.com Features an extraordinary lineup of celebrity DJs in a week filled with parties and events culminating with a beach dance party. Proceeds benefit the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force and local MiamiDade LGBT organizations.

AIDS Walk April 22nd, 2013 Miami Beach Convention Center, 1700 Convention Center Drive, 305-751-9255, aidswalkmiami.net

Miami International Film Festival March 1st - 10th, 2013 Various locations in Miami-Dade Co., 305-237-3456, miamifilmfestival.com The Miami International Film Festival brings the best of world cinema to South Florida. MIFF showcases a variety of acclaimed films from various genres and countries. The Festival has presented films from more than 50 countries, including 125 East Coast, U.S., and world premieres, scores of Oscar winners and nominees, and many international prizewinners.

24

Miami Beach Polo World Cup April 24th - 28th, 2013 On the beach between 20th & 22nd St. 305-538-3809, www.miamipolo.com This three day international polo tournament will bring eight teams from around the world to compete for La Martina Trophy as part of the Miami Beach Polo World Cup. Events include a player presentation/press conference, polo games Fri - Sun., and social gatherings.

25


Miami Events Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Fest.

NOV

April 26th - May 5th, 2013 Various locations in Miami Beach, 305-534-9924, www.mglff.com The 12th Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, a critically acclaimed event, is based in the world-renowned historic South Beach neighborhood and screens films and videos in locations throughout Miami-Dade county and Ft. Lauderdale.

Miami Book Fair International November 17th - 24th, 2013 Miami-Dade College, Wolfson Campus, 300 NE 2nd Avenue, Downtown Miami 305-237-3258, miamibookfair.com One of the nation's largest outdoor book fairs. More than 250 authors will read excerpts from their works, sign books, and talk with fans. Highlights include a street fair, children's activities, food kiosks, lectures, music and more.

MAY Aqua Girl May 15th - 19th, 2013 Various venues in Miami Beach 877-764-2782, www.aquagirl.org Enjoy women's events in the sun & surf of South Beach with some of the hottest DJs & recording artists from around the world.

Ford Championship Weekend November 15th - 17st, 2013 Homestead-Miami Speedway 1 Speedway Blvd., Homestead, FL 305-230-7223, www.homesteadmiamispeedway.com Enjoy Three days of racing excitement

JUN Florida Dance Festival June 29th, 2013 Various locations in Miami-Dade Co. 305-674-6575, www.floridadanceassociation.org

White Party Week DATE TBA – November, 2013 Various locations in Miami-Dade Co. 305-576-1234, www.whiteparty.com A unparalleled week of fund-raising parties and events culminating with the legendary White Party. More than 15,000 party-goers enjoy six days and nights of nonstop entertainment in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

JUL International Mango Festival July 13th - 14th, 2013 Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, 10901 Old Cutler Rd., Coral Gables 305-667-1651, fairchildgarden.org Mango-inspired culinary delights and a display of locally grown cultivars with origins from around the world. Includes tastings, lectures, tree sales, children's activities, Mango Brunch & Mango Auction.

DEC Art Miami December 3rd – 8th, 2013 The Art Miami Pavilion, Midtown Blvd. (NE 1st Ave) between NE 32nd & Ne 31st St 520-529-1108, www.art-miami.com The City’s original and longest-running contemporary art fair will celebrate its 21st edition this year. As anchor of the Midtown Arts District and Miami Art Week, Art Miami’s longevity and success position it as one of the year’s most prestigious are world happenings. The Fair will showcase a wide variety of art from 100 international contemporary art galleries and prominent institutions.

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Miami Swim July 13th - 23rd, 2013 Raleigh Hotel, 1775 Collins Ave., Miami Beach / Art Deco District / South Beach 305-461-9264, mbfashionweek.com Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Miami Swim electrifies Miami Beach’s historic Raleigh hotel with shows featuring the collections of the world's top swimwear designers. The events will take place in three venues around the hotel's famous pool area, where the world's fashion and media elite can take in the collections as well as relax in sponsor hospitality cabanas while waiting for the next show.

Art Basel Miami Beach December 5th – 8th, 2013 Miami Beach Convention Center 305-674-1292 www.artbaselmiamibeach.com Art Basel Miami Beach is the most important art show in the United States, a cultural and social highlight for the Americas. As the sister event of Switzerland's Art Basel, the most prestigious art show worldwide for the past 40 years, Art Basel Miami Beach combines an int’l selection of top galleries with an exciting program of special exhibitions, parties and crossover events featuring music, film, architecture and design. Exhibition sites are located in the city's beautiful Art Deco District, within walking distance of the beach & many hotels.

AUG-SEP Miami Spice Restaurant Month August 1st - September 30th, 2013 Various resturants in Miami-Dade Co. 305-539-3000, www.MiamiRestaurantMonth.com Celebrate the city's passion for food and life by enjoying special dinner and/or lunch menus at reduced rates. Enjoy lunch for $22, dinner for $35 (includes an appetizer, entrée and dessert). Tax and gratuity excluded. Bon appétit!

OCT Miami Carnival October 13th, 2013 Bicentennial Park, 1075 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 305-538-7882, www.miamicarnival.net Traditional West Indian-style Carnival and parade featuring steel band music, costumes, food, arts and crafts and more. The parade starts at noon at NE 36th Street & NE 2nd Avenue and will proceed south to Bicentennial Park. Festivities continue until 11 p.m.

Arteaméricas DATE TBA – Early December, 2013 Wynwood 305-854-3050, arteamericasmiami.com Merrill Lynch Arteaméricas is the world’s premier Latin American art fair. It features 50 of the best galleries from 18 countries in the Americas and the world, and showcases more than 200 renowned top contemporary artists.

26

27


FEATURED NIGHTLIFE 21 Club Aqua

NIGHTLIFE

305-448-2214

2991 Coral Way / Coral Gables www.clubaquamiami.com Hours: Open 24 Hours The Ultimate Experience In Sauna and BathHouses. Opened in 1972 The Old Miami Body Center Has Become the New Gay Bath House Club Aqua. TAGS: gym, steam, jacuzzi, dry sauna, outdoor pool & patio, locker room, cubicles, 18+ over

22 Jamboree Lounge 7005 Biscayne Boulevard / Miami’s Upper East Side www.jamboreeloungemiami.com Jamboree Lounge is a place to get together and enjoy friends. There is always something different happening here! TAGS: music, parties, djs, happy hour, drink specials, bingo, karaoke, drag shows

24 Swinging Richards

954-357-2532

17450 Biscayne Boulevard / North Miami Beach florida.swingingrichards.com Hours: Fri-Sat 7pm-6am, Sun & Tues-Thurs 7pm-4am, Closed Mon America’s number one all male, all nude, gay strip club, featuring over 75 of the sexiest men alive dancing on the main stage. TAGS: nude strip shows, premium liquor bar, bottle service, table dances & private VIP rooms

25 Twist

305-538-9478

1057 Washington Avenue / South Beach www.twistsobe.com Hours: Open everyday, 1pm - 5am TWIST is known throughout the world for its great music, friendly staff, and always being packed with hot tourists and locals alike. TWIST is actually seven bars in one with each bar having its own unique atmosphere & décor.

25

TAGS: seven bars, three dance floors, world class djs

NIGHTLIFE Bars / Clubs / Lounges 21 Club Aqua Miami 2991 Coral Way, Coral Gables Club Azücar 2301 SW 32nd Avenue Discotekka 950 NE 2nd Avenue Eros Lounge 8201 Biscayne Boulevard 22 Jamboree Lounge 7005 Biscayne Boulevard Johnny's Miami 62 NE 14th Street 13 Lantao Social Club 1717 Collins Avenue Martini Tuesdays The location changes every tuesday MOVA Lounge 1625 Michigan Avenue Palace 1200 Ocean Drive Purdy Lounge 1811 Purdy Avenue 23 Score 727 Lincoln Road 24 Swinging Richards 17450 Biscayne Boulevard Ted's Hideaway 124 2nd Street 25 Twist 1057 Washington Avenue

21

28

305-448-2214 305-443-7657 305-371-3773 305-754-3444 305-640-8749 305-604-1800 305-495-0925 305-534-8181 305-531-7234 305-531-4622 305-535-1111 954-357-2532 305-532-9869 305-538-9478

22

29


24

30

31


Welcome to Key West

OUT-OF-TOWN FEATURED ACCOMMODATION Floris Suite Hotel

800-411-0170

Piscadera Bay, Willemstad, Curacao www.florissuitehotel.com The Floris Hotel is ideally located on the tropical island of Curacao and offers the comfort of a first-class hotel with relaxing tranquility. This 72- all suite boutique hotel exemplifies first-class, straight-forward luxury, designed for adults. The warmth of our attentive hotel staff will certainly make you feel at home. The Hotel is affiliated with the IGLTA and welcomes all LGBT guests.

TAG APPROVED ACCOMMODATIONS Hyatt Key West Resort & Spa Island House for Men New Orleans House Pearl’s Rainbow for Women Santa Maria Suites Resort View of Sunset Key from Mallory Sq. at the Sunset Celebration on Key West

olorful Key West is one of America's true architectural and botanical treasures. On even the tiniest lanes, the locals have faithfully restored old wooden homes and adorned them with lush tropical trees and flowers. New restaurants and stores are popping up in the historic Bahama Village neighborhood, which was settled in the 19th Century by Bahamian immigrants. Hemingway loved coming here to mix with the hard-working locals at boxing matches and arm-wrestling contests. The islands seafaring tradition lives on at the renovated Historic Seaport district, known locally as the Key West Bight. Dozens of shrimp boats once called this harbor home. These days, "the Bight" is a popular place to arrange a day on the water, whether you are a diver, snorkler, fisherman or eco-tourist. Others come just to stroll along the harbor walk or dine at one of the many restaurants.

C C

601 Front Street 1129 Fleming Street 724 Duval Street 525 United Street 1401 Simonton Street

800-233-1234 800-890-6284 305-293-9800 800-749-6696 866-SANTA KW

DINING A & B Lobster House 700 Front Street, 2nd Floor Antonia's Restaurant 615 Duval Street Azur 425 Grinnell Street Cafe Marquesa 600 Fleming Street Café Solé 1029 Southard Street Camille's 1202 Simonton Street Cheeseburger, Key West 217 Duval Street Conch Republic Seafood Co. 631 Greene Street Croissants De France 816 Duval Street Hard Rock Cafe Key West 313 Duval Street Havana’s Key West 703 1/2 Duval Street Hurricane Hole 5130 US Highway 1 Islescapes Schooner Wharf, Pier 1, Slip 3 Kelly's Caribbean Bar & Grill 301 Whitehead Street La Creperie Key West 300 Petronia Street La Te Da Restarant 1125 Duval Street La Trattoria /Virgilio’s 524 Duval Street Mangoes 700 Duval Street Martin's 917 Duval Street Michael’s Restaurant 532 Margaret Street Origami Sushi Bar & Japanese Restaurant 1075 Duval Street Pisces Seafood Restaurant 1007 Simonton Street SHOR American Seafood Grill 601 Front Street Square One Restaurant 1075 Duval Street

305-294-5880 305-294-6565 305-292-2987 305-292-1244 305-294-0230 305-296-4811 305-296-9466 305-294-4403 305-294-2624 305-293-0230 305-294-2626 305-294-8025 305-923-3319 305-293-8484 305-517-6799 305-296-6706 305-296-1075 305-292-4606 305-295-0111 305-295-1300 305-294-0092 305-294-7100 305-809-4000 305-296-4300

NIGHTLIFE 801 Bourbon Bar Aqua Nightclub Bobby’s Monkey Bar Bourbon Street Pub Hog’s Breath Saloon La Te Da Crystal Room Pearl’s Patio for Women Saloon 1

801 Duval Street 711 Duval Street 900 Simonton Street 724 Duval Street 400 Front Street 1125 Duval Street 525 United Street 504 Petronia Street

305-294-4737 305-294-0555 305-294-2655 305-294-9354 305-296-4222 305-296-6706 305-293-9805 305-294-4737

RESOURCES 5 Gay & Lesbian Comm. Center of Key West 513 Truman Ave. 5 Gay & Lesbian Visitor Info Center 513 Truman Avenue 5 Key West Business Guild 513 Truman Avenue Key West Chamber of Commerce 510 Greene Street 6 Key West Information Center 201 Front Street

305-292-3223 305-294-4603 800-535-7797 800-527-8539 888-222-5090

SHOPPING & SERVICES Accessories Towels of Key West

806 Duval Street

305-292-1120

Adult Entertainment / Products Truman Books and Videos

922 Truman Avenue

305-295-0120

Attractions Gingerbread Square Gallery 1207 Duval Street Haitian Art Company 605 Simonton Street Harry S. Truman Little White House Museum 111 Front Street Helio Gallery Store - Gardens Hotel 814 Fleming Street Joy Gallery 1124 Duval Street Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory 1316 Duval Street Key West Shipwreck Historeum 1 Whitehead Street Mel Fisher Maritime Museum 200 Greene Street Nancy Forrester’s Secret Garden 1 Free School Lane Ripley's Believe It or Not! 108 Duval Street Whitehead Street Pottery 322 Julia Street Wings Of Imagination 1316 Duval Street Wyland Gallery 623 Duval Street 34

35

800-784-9536 305-296-8932 305-294-9911 305-294-7901 305-296-3039 305-296-2988 305-292-8990 305-294-2633 305-294-0015 305-293-9939 305-294-5067 305-296-2988 305-292-4998


©2013 Columbia FunMap® Inc. • 221 Rutgers Street, Maplewood, NJ • 973-275-1700 • www.funmaps.com

Downtown Key West

5

6

Area Overview

Info Finder RESOURCES 5 5 5 6

©2013 Columbia FunMap® Inc. • 221 Rutgers Street, Maplewood, NJ • 973-275-1700 • www.funmaps.com

36

37

Gay & Lesbian Comm. Center Gay & Lesbian Visitor Info Center Key West Business Guild Key West Information Center


SHOPPING & SERVICES CONTINUED... Bookstores Flaming Maggie's Key West Island Books Sunshine Rentals

830 Fleming Street 513 1/2 Fleming Street 1910 North Roosevelt

305-294-3931 305-294-2904 305-294-4724

500 Duval Street 701 Duval Street

305-294-2007 305-295-0003

713 Caroline Street 424 Eaton Street

305-395-9808 305-293-0555

1105 Duval Street

305-296-6124

Coffee Shops Coffee Plantation Sippin Internet Cafe

Confections Flamingo Crossing

Events for a complete list of area events see page 39 Equality Forum www.equalityforum.com

215-732-3378

Florists Flowers by Gilda

901 Simonton Street

305-292-3130

Hair Salons / Barbershops Headlines Hair and Nails Bella's Hair Studio

1075 Duval Street #15 1222 Simonton Street

305-296-6373 305-293-2780

Health Clubs / Gyms / Exercise & Fitness Paradise Health & Fitness Sugar Apple Health Food Store

1706 North Roosevelt Blvd 917 Simonton Street

305-294-4120 305-292-0043

Jewelry / Jewelers Little Switzerland Little Switzerland Ruby Slipper Jewelry Whitfield Jack Jewelry

271 Front Street 423 Front Street 510 Fleming Street 2000 Elizabeth Street

305-293-8600 305-292-2345 305-295-3893 305-294-7092

418 Appelrouth Lane

800-565-9447

Leather / Erotica Leather Master of Key West

Pharmacies / Health & Beauty Key West Aloe

419 Duval Street

800-445-2563

Shopping Key West Madhatter Wings Of Imagination World Wide Flags of Key West

253 Front Street 1316 Duval Street 2527 Seidenberg Avenue

305-294-1364 305-296-2988 305-292-9301

627 Duval Street 5160 US Highway 1

305-292-9002 305-292-9110

Tattoos / Piercings Paradise Tattoo Paradise Tattoo

Theater / Performing Arts Red Barn Theater 319 Duval Street Tennessee Williams Fine Arts Theater 5901 College Road

305-296-9911 305-296-1520

Transportation Services Five Sixes Taxi Green Leggs Perfect Pedicab

6621 Maloney Ave 401 Southard Street

305-296-6666 305-747-9363 305-292-0077

Travel Services / Tours / Sightseeing Island Aeroplane Tours

Key West International Airport 305-294-8687

Wine & Spirits Key West Winery, The KWEST Liquors

JUL

Sculpture Key West

Clothing Fast Buck Freddie's Graffiti Menswear

Key West Events JAN

103 Simonton Street 705 Duval Street

305-292-1717 305-294-5995

Bone Island Bare It All

January - March, 2013 Various Locations in Key West www.sculpturekeywest.com The exhibit is designed to inspire and educate the community of the Florida Keys and its visitors while offering opportunities for emerging and established artists.

July 10th - 14th, 2013 www.nakedkeywest.com Key West has been historically known as "Bone Island" for over two centuries, and Bone Island Bare It All gives that name a whole new meaning. Two weekends each year, hundreds of gay naturists and guys who like to get naked fill up Key West's clothing-optional gay guesthouses and gay friendly hotels. Featured events include dance parties, foam parties, pool parties, naked shopping, and now, the playful 'Happy Ending ' parties for when you do not want the party to end. Check your clothing and inhibitions at the doors of Key West's famous gay day & night life.

FEB Gay Spring Break March - April, 2013 www.gaykeywestfl.com Key West Gay Spring Break is the world's premier GLBT spring break event! From late Feb. to early April, GLBT students & their friends from around the world will converge on the beaches and in the streets of US's Southernmost City to celebrate spring break in a place that embraces individuality, diversity, and openness.

AUG Tropical Heat August 15th - 18th, 2013 www.tropicalheatkw.com Extended five-day-long party for men.

Kelly McGillis Classic International Women's Flag Football Championship & World Challenge Game

SEP Womenfest

February 3rd - 11th, 2013 888 GO IWFFA, iwffa.com The Kelly McGillis Classic offers women's flag football teams from across the globe, competition in a variety of skill levels: Highly Competitive, Competitive, Beginner & Over Forty. Join us as over 50 teams pack the island of Key West to compete in this great week long event.

September 3rd - 8th, 2013 www.womenfest.com For over 20 years Key West has welcomed women from all over the globe to the southernmost party for lesbians and their friends. Womenfest offers a wide range of activities guaranteed to appeal to a broad range of interests.

APR

OCT

Conch Republic Celebration

Key West Bear Fest

April 19th - 28th, 2013 www.conchrepublic.com Celebrate the anniversary of its founding with a "drag" race featuring female impersonators, an open-air bed race billed as "the most fun you can have in bed with your clothes on" and a packed roster of other events showcasing the Florida Keys' independent and eccentric spirit.

DATE TBA – Early October, 2013 www.gaykeywestfl.com Pool Parties, Beach Cook Out, Scooter Scavenger Hunt, Boat Trips, Live Shows, Pig Roast, and More!

Fantasy Fest October 18th - 27th, 2013 October 17th - 26th, 2014 www.fantasyfest.net FantasyFest is ten days of costume parties and special events held around the island and something not to be missed.

MAY Songwriter’s Festival May 1st - 5th, 2013 www.keywestsongwritersfestival.com The Key West Songwriters Festival is the largest festival of its kind in the world. The festival revolves around five days and nights of more than 20 free shows, staged at an array of the island’s most popular drinking holes and hot spots, where live music bliss introduces crowds to the faces, voices and stories behind the songs. Diverse lineups featuring more than 100 top songwriters deliver rare, “Key West-only” moments.

Fantasy Fest Headdress Ball DATE TBA – Mid October, 2013 Southernmost Hotel on the Beach, 508 South Street www.gaykeywestfl.com Each year the Key West Business Guild presents the Headdress Ball on FantasyFest Tuesday night. The Ball is an elaborate Headdress Contest and Show featuring live entertainment. This year's Ball, is sure to sell out as it did last year.

JUN Key West Pride Fest

5

38

DEC

June 5th - 9th, 2013 www.pridefestkeywest.com Key West has a lot to be proud of. The City’s official motto is "One Human Family." The Business Guild is one of the nation's first GLBT chambers of commerce, established in 1978, and Key West has been welcoming GLBT visitors and their friends long before that time. Key West has its own Gay and Lesbian Community Center complete with Museum and Archive, the Guild’s Visitor Center located within The Center, and the only City Aids Memorial in the Country. PrideFest will include a mix of: Dance and cocktail parties, contests, shows, forums, activities on the water, tours, street fair and the Pride Parade along Duval Street.

New Year’s Red High Heel Shoe Drop Dec 31st, 2013 - Jan 1st, 2014 www.gaykeywestfl.com The annual lowering of the red high heel shoe attracted the attention of CNN and has made Key West one of the top places in the world to ring in the New Year. Join the jubilant crowd around the 700 block of Duval Street in shorts - or even less! When the shoe touches down at midnight champagne corks will pop and the confetti will fly, but this isn't the only way to celebrate the New Year in Key West. Enjoy time on the water, fine dining packages, street parties, fireworks, dancing and much more.

39


32

33


Miami including

Miami Beach / Key West

25


Miami FunMap, 2013  

Map, brochure and guide featuring bars, clubs, restaurants, attractions, events, shopping and hotels in the Greater Miami Area, including Mi...

Advertisement
Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you