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Ultimate Spring Break Guide for Key West 2018

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Best Spring Break in Key West

Complete Guide to Key West’s Legendary Spring Break 2018

So you have chosen to spend your 2018 Spring Break in Key West, Florida. Now what do you do? With so many fun activities, bars and restaurants, it is easy to get overwhelmed. Allow us to outline some of the must do’s while you are in Key West for Spring Break.

  • Spring Break Parties you must attend

    Beach Party at Smathers Beach. Smathers beach is known for it’s Spring Break Parties. Smathers is Key West’s largest free public beach. Smathers beach also offers some of the best watersport activities. Rent a paddleboard, kayak or even have a boat pick you up and take you parasailing right from the beach. Smathers beach also has something called the Beach pass. This is an all inclusive beach rental pass which includes parasailing, paddleboards, kayaks, wind surfers, tubes and much more. check out the spring break pricing here

  • Must see bars

    Ricks and Sloppy Joes. Two of the well known spring break hotspots. Ricks is a multi level, multi activity bar complex and is a Spring Break Must.

  • Must do activities

    The ultimate key west booze cruise
    The ultimate key west booze cruise

    Booze cruise, Bar crawl, watersports . A must do is the Booze Cruise, for only $35 you get an unlimited draft beer on huge party boat. The perfect way to meet fellow spring breakers from all over the country.

  • Pictures you must take

    best price key west parasailing
    Best Prices for Parasailing for Spring break in Key West

    Southern Most Point Picture, Mallory Square Sunset, Parasail picture and Duval Street. The Southern most point is the second most photographed item in the US. Make sure you plan to get there early as crowds grow quickly and stay all day. Additionally make sure you venture to Mallory Square for the sunset. Expect a large crowd here as the island seems to tilt as all of the spring breakers travel to get the legendary Key West Sunset picture and see some live street performers. While you are here, make sure you get a picture of the crystal clear blue water and see the 300 foot view of Key West.

Check out Sunset Watersports for the best prices on all 2018 Key West Spring Break activities.

Key West Cocktails

 There are so many great places to grab a delicious beverage in Key West that it’s impossible to have a favorite. Sunset Watersports has done some collaborating and we’ve come up with an entire list of cocktails from local joints that we know won’t disappoint!  
Key Lime Pie Martini – Schooner’s Wharf Bar

If Key West was an alcoholic beverage, it would be a key lime pie martini. Take alcohol, combine it with a tangy, sweet treat and you’ve got Key West in a cup! Schooner’s Wharf does a great job of serving up these mind-blowing martinis, accompanied with an old-island experience and beautiful waterfront view. http://www.schoonerwharf.com/
202 William Street (our neighbors at Sunset Watersports!)
Key Lime Martini at Schooner's Wharf in Key West, FL
Key Lime Martini at Schooner’s Wharf in Key West, FL
Kiss Me Katie – Better than Sex

The name of this Key West dessert restaurant says it all, but the name of this cocktail may need some explaining. The Kiss Me Katie is Ayala Champagne served in a caramel brulee’d rimmed wine glass. There’s not much more to say besides GO TRY THIS INCREDIBLE CREATION, then let us know… is it truly better than sex? We promise we won’t judge, as we’ve tasted it for ourselves! http://www.betterthansexkeywest.com/
926 Simonton Street

Kiss Me Katie cocktail at Better Than Sex in Key West, FL. Sunset Watersports favorite cocktail.
Kiss Me Katie cocktail (left) at Better Than Sex in Key West, FL
Sangría – Santiago’s Bodega

This hidden spot is a local favorite but often missed my visitors because of its location deep within Bahama Village. Not only are the tapas out of this world, but with fresh cut fruit and deep wine glasses, Santiago’s sangria is arguably the best on the island. You can take a seat at the bar or make a reservation to enjoy a real Spanish dining experience.
http://www.santiagosbodega.com/key-west/
207 Petronia Street

Santiago's Red and White Sangria - Key West Cocktails
Santiago’s Red and White Sangria in Key West, FL
Frozen Key Lime Margarita – Willie T’s

Craft-cocktails whipped up by trendy mixologists using fresh ingredients is all the rage these days. Therefore, we understand your skepticism towards frozen drinks dispensed out of a machine at a bar… but you have to trust us on this one. With the perfect mix of sweet and tart, Willie T’s frozen key lime margarita is one of the most refreshing concoctions on the island. It’s the perfect drink to quench your thirst and cool you down as you make your way down Duval.
http://www.williets.com/
525 Duval Street  

Willie T's Key Lime Frozen Margarita in Key West, FL
Iris (your Sunset Watersports blogger!) enjoying a Willie T’s Key Lime Frozen Margarita in Key West, FL
Mojito – Jimmy “Mr. Mojito’s” Drink Cart in Mallory Square

Sunset at Mallory Square is a spectacle in itself. Add these mojitos, and you’re officially in paradise. Jimmy, or “Mr. Mojito”, slays mojitos out of his antique car turned bar at an incredible speed with flawless precision. You can find Mr. Mojito outside of the Westin Key West Resort right on the water. We suggest you grab one before heading over to Mallory Square to watch the famous Key West sunset.  

Hemingway Daiquiri – The Other Side

As mentioned earlier, we are very aware of the trendy, craft-cocktail mixology movement happening all around us…. so is Caroline’s Other Side. That’s why it’s no wonder that this bar wins most creative in Key West, hands down. From egg whites to agave, the staff at the Other Side are not bartenders. They are truly mixologists who have perfected their craft. It was hard to choose just one cocktail from their creative menu, but the Hemingway Daiquiri deserves a shout out. Papa’s Pilar 3yr Blonde Rum, grapefruit and lime juices, simple syrup, and maraschino liqueur… the end. Now go taste it for yourself!
https://www.facebook.com/theothersidekw/
429 Caroline Street

The Pain Killer – The Rum Bar at Speakeasy Inn

There’s not much pain in paradise that needs to be killed, but that shouldn’t stop you from trying this tasty treat. With a perfect blend of Pusser’s Rum, cream of coconut, OJ and pineapple, this cocktail is more like a dessert, so make sure you bring your sweet tooth! http://www.speakeasyinn.com/
1117 Duval Street

Now, we know there are a TON of places in Key West serving up creative cocktails, so please feel free to share with us your favorites in the comment section below. We are always looking for new things to try, so we can share with our Sunset friends.

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