The Green Parrot

Added by: Alan King
2 December 2008
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The Green Parrot is off the main drag in Key West, so you have to walk a few extra blocks down a narrow dark street to get there. It’s worth the walk.
A huge wooden parrot over the cash register requires “No Snivelling.”

No paint on the outside or fancy remodeling on the inside, probably since it opened in 1890.

The barmaid is tougher than the average biker, there is no glass in the windows, and the parachute hanging over the bar is probably vintage WW II.

The tourists hit Sloppy Joe’s, Ricks, or Captain Tony’s, but the locals hang at the Parrot.
A Key West Ale on a hot tropical night in August goes down smooth and the Blues band on the small stage is blasting away.

It doesn’t get any better than this.

The Green Parrot is off the main drag in Key West, so you have to walk a few extra blocks down a narrow dark street to get there. It’s worth the walk.
A huge wooden parrot over the cash register requires “No Snivelling.”

No paint on the outside or fancy remodeling on the inside, probably since it opened in 1890.

The barmaid is tougher than the average biker, there is no glass in the windows, and the parachute hanging over the bar is probably vintage WW II.

The tourists hit Sloppy Joe’s, Ricks, or Captain Tony’s, but the locals hang at the Parrot.
A Key West Ale on a hot tropical night in August goes down smooth and the Blues band on the small stage is blasting away.

It doesn’t get any better than this.

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Address:
601 Whitehead St.
Key West, Florida
United States

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