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Key West was one of America’s original gay havens, but the island’s explicitly gay subculture has merged with the area's general funk and fun. It's evident at places like the historic La Te Da, a cabaret and piano bar set in an iconic hotel that once housed Cuban exile José Martí. Now, you’ll find Baptist housewives from Tennessee yucking it up with drag queens over martinis poolside -- it’s all gay, all straight, all pansexual, all the time.

La Te Da Key West
Miami

La Te Da

La Te Da

Key West was one of America’s original gay havens, but the island’s explicitly gay subculture has merged with the area's general funk and fun. It's evident at places like the historic La Te Da, a cabaret and piano bar set in an iconic hotel that once housed Cuban exile José Martí. Now, you’ll find Baptist housewives from Tennessee yucking it up with drag queens over martinis poolside -- it’s all gay, all straight, all pansexual, all the time.