Jack Anderson, originally from Tacoma, Washington, and Liliane, from Chartres, France, first opened Local Color in 1986, having recently docked in Key West after an adventure on the family home – a 42 foot sailboat. Always the sailor and leather craftsman, Jack started making leather jewelry and selling at the nightly sunset celebration on Mallory Square. Soon, Local Color opened next door to the historic Turtle Kraals, at the original location of Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville store. Always evolving, the Andersons designed their own clothing lines for the tropics and Key West jewelry collections. Today, you can see all of these influences when you shop at Local Color and Commotion, and there’s always something new! And it is still very much a family affair.
Key West's only bait and tackle shop offers fishing supplies ranging from bait, hooks, and reels and of course signature Key West Bait & Tackle t-shirts, hats, coolie cups and Key West Beach Towels. Check out the Live Bait Lounge for a tasty breakfast or lunch. Happy Hour is all day long with domestic beer priced at only $3.25 and imports starting at just $3.75!
There's something for everyone at Mac's Sea Garden, a historic shop in the Historic Seaport. A variety of great gifts, like shirts, hats, and other unique souvenirs can be found at the Key West gem. You'll also find a selection of home decorations, such as glassware pieces and kitchen essentials that are sure to add a Key West feel to any room in your home! Don't forget to take a picture with the huge Spongeman right outside! Mac's Sea Garden is original to the Bight, run by Mack Mchue as a shell Shop and souvenir stand in the early 1900's.
"Your not dull and ordinary and neither are we!"
A unique store for unique people. Key West Artworks is your go-to shop with local art, personalized gifts, and tropical apparel. Stop by today and take home your very own piece of the Key West Historic Seaport!