Hemingway Food and Walking Tour
Why Our Key West Tour is A Matter of Taste
There are many differences between our Hemingway in Key West Tour and those offered by some of the best tour companies in the area. First of all, while others offer historical walking tours, and some others offer food tours, ours combines the two taking you to the sights and sounds that Hemingway frequented in Key West while enjoying the island's favorite delicacies and drink.
We feed you on two separate stops scattered throughout our 1.7-mile walking tour which includes stops at,
Key West Harbor where he embarked on chartered deep-sea fishing excursions
The train station where he left for trips to visit editors or family periodically
The book store that sold his work
The boat slip where he kept his 38-foot fishing vessel, Pilar, which he enjoyed fishing from in the waters off the Florida coast, and surrounding Cuba. Some of his fishing experiences served as fodder for his book, The Old Man and the Sea.
And of course, his favorite island hangout, Sloppy Joe's or Captain Tony's Saloon as it is now known.
Stops to sample Key West favorites like grilled chicken street tacos, conch fritters, and yes, Key Lime pie!
And of course what would a tour be without a drink at one of Hemingway's old stomps. These are some of the reasons why anyone who has taken our Hemingway in Key West Tour will tell you we're one of the best tour companies in the area. So if you plan on visiting Key West anytime soon, book your tour now, you won't be disappointed.