A great article about the storm: https://www.fotobyfreas.com/key-west-hurricane-irma/
The island of Key West suffered little major, permanent damage during Hurricane Irma. Many of Key West’s iconic business are already back open for business. The majority of damage in Key West is downed trees and power line damage.
The news is showing the worst of the damage to get ratings.The best source of local Key West news will be US 1 Radio: http://us1radio.com/
Pepe’s Cafe, 808 Caroline Street, Key West – pepeskeywest.com
Pepe’s open it’s doors right after the storm on 9/12 to feed the hungry people of Key West
Green Parrot Bar, 601 Whitehead St., Key West – greenparrot.com
Sustained no flooding or structural damage. They even opened their doors so people could use their landline to call family.
Conch Republic Seafood Company, Greene Street, Key West – conchrepublicseafood.com
Suffered minor damage, but they are working diligently to be resilient and ready as ever. They even opened to feed people right after the storm.
Sloppy Joe’s, 201 Duval St., Key West – sloppyjoes.com
Suffered minor flood damage and hoping to open soon.
Hog’s Breath Saloon, 400 Front Street, Key West – hogsbreath.com
Had “zero” flood damage with some tree damage.
Shots & Giggles – Open
Tats & Scars – Open
Opened on October 17 and served slices.