Key West

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Cheesy tourist staples and t-shirts have taken over many of the Key West storefronts on lower Duval Street, but there is still plenty of cool, quirky, and local shopping left, especially if you're interested in arts, crafts, and food products.

Shopping in Key West

Clinton Square Market

Admittedly, the market's 20 or so shops and kiosks seem aimed mostly at passengers from the cruise ships docking a few yards away, but they still make for a pleasant, air-conditioned browse. Take kids up to the eye-popping Key West Toy Factory (opened February 2010), for the elaborate rain forest design, craft station, magic shop, and educational inventory.

291 Front St., FL,
Tags: family | shopping | eclectic

Fast-Buck Freddie's

This shop mixes the conventional with the quirky, selling “must-have” Key West mementos like tropical shirts and pink flamingo lawn ornaments.

500 Duval St., FL, 305-294-2007, www.fastbuckfreddies.com
Tags: family | shopping | eclectic

Key West Winery

Sample Key lime, mango, and other non-grape wines while browsing their fairly unique edible and potable mementos.

103 Simonton St., FL, 305-292-1717, www.thekeywestwinery.com
Tags: shopping | moderate | wine

Mel Fisher's Treasure Sales

The gift shop of the eponymous treasure museum, you can bag both replica and real booty salvaged from the sunken Spanish galleon Atocha.

200 Greene St., FL, 800-434-1399, www.melfisher.com
Tags: family | shopping | culture

Peppers of Key West

Six house-created marinades and hot sauces plus dozens of other gourmet fiery treats stock this shop, where the star attraction is the tasting bar. BYOB encouraged.

602 Greene St., FL, 305-295-9333, www.peppersofkeywest.com
Tags: shopping | editor pick | souvenirs

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