Plunked down here in 1936, this rustic spot has changed little, still offering plenty of beer and pizza. No Name is rough, it's ready and it is about ... More
No Name Pub
Plunked down here in 1936, this rustic spot has changed little, still offering plenty of beer and pizza. No Name is rough, it's ready and it is about as close to the original Keys as you are likely to get these days. Appetizers include smoked fish dip and spicy conch fritters. For dinner, try a fish sandwich, blackened chicken with Swiss, or a seafood combo with grouper, shrimp and clam strips. Pizza choices include key shrimp, Caribbean chicken, vegetarian and Mexican. Or just ask for a cold pint and enjoy the ambiance of this memorable bar.
Amenities:Television. In Room Wireless Internet Access (Free). Television (Cable/Satellite). Hot Water. Radio/Alarm Clock. Fan. Private bathroom. Air Conditioning (In Room).
Refrigerator. Hotel Details:Smoke Alarm in Rooms. Surveillance Cameras On Site. Parking Area Well Lit.
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