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January 18, 2008
August 18, 2006
From journal Key West with the Whole Family 2006
Hollis, New Hampshire
September 7, 2005
From journal Key West--New Year's Eve 2005
February 11, 2005
Sloopy Joe's also offers live entertainment. You can enjoy your meal while taking in musicians playing some of your favorites to some of their original music onstage. If you are ever in Key West, you have to experience this restaurant. It was a favorite of Ernest Hemingway, and its laid-back vibe makes it a favorite of mine as well.
From journal Key West Getaway
by Lisa D. Farash
Spartanburg, South Carolina
July 23, 2003
From journal Fun in the Sun at Key West
June 9, 2003
Drinks: During our lunch we ordered Key West’s famous Rumrunners which are made with Bacardi Rum, Blackberry Brandy, Banana Liqueur and fruit juices for $6.50 each. While visiting as part of our night on the town we were drinking draft beer and chose Yuengling which is a beer served a lot on the east coast and is made in Pennsylvania. When drinking draft beer you have a choice of 20 oz. or 14 oz. glasses. Yuengling was $3.25 for 20 oz. and $2.75 for 14 oz.
Food: For lunch we had the Sloppy Wings for $6.95 which are their version of hot wings and were served with celery sticks and a blue cheese dressing. Other appetizer options where conch chowder, conch fritters, peel and eat shrimp, nachos and other tasty bites. We also ordered the famous "Full Moon" Grouper Sandwich which I highly recommend. A fresh piece of grouper is battered, deep-fried and smothered with peppers, onions, mushrooms and cheese and served on a fresh piece of French bread for $9.25. Sloppy Joe’s version of burgers, quesadillas, pork sandwiches, hot dogs and french fries are also offered. Of course they also have the Original Sloppy Joe which made them famous. There is a kids menu with options from $4-6.
From journal Key West Fiesta
saint john, New Brunswick
January 7, 2003
From journal Lovin' the Florida Keys!!!
solvay, New York
November 25, 2002
This is sometimes referred to as Ernest Hemingway''s old hangout, although when talking with locals, I believe he frequented several of the bars on a regular basis. From what we have heard over the years Sloppy Joe''s and Captain Tony''s were the most popular hangouts for him. The walls are decorated with Hemingway memorabilia, and if you can, take a look at some of the pictures -- very interesting.
Forgetting about the Hemingway lore, this is a just great place to stop and chill, have a bite to eat, smile at the web cams located throughout, enjoy the crazy assortment of music, and just savor all the Key West charm. If you are looking for a quiet place to sit and talk, then this is not the place to do it. Great people-watching place though. If you want to see some of the activities going on here please check out the web site and the "sloppy cams".
From journal Key West - Fantasy Fest
by Tim V
July 25, 2002
From journal Six Weeks in Key West (Working)
April 27, 2002
From journal The Florida Keys