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The elusive Key Rat in his natural habitat

February 27th, 2012 | share

One Twelve House

Here’s the video for the party last week, in all it’s 90s sitcom glory. Bear with my singing.

April 11th, 2008 | share

Party in the ‘ville

This is it. It might be the last time it happens. You’ve heard about these parties for a while, but you’ve never been. Well now is your chance. As expected, 10 kegs and a DJ. I can’t say exactly how many people, but it’s a huge amount. Here’s a picture:

Notice it's all chicks. That's really how good the ratio is.

The whole thing goes down this Friday, the 4th. The drive isn’t that bad so why don’t you make your way up. Get a book on tape if you need it. Here’s a map. Need more proof? Hit the jump to watch the most epic party video I’ve ever filmed.


April 1st, 2008 | share

The key’s hidden beach bar

Lolo's ready to serve you a cold one

You may not have heard, but recently a little beach bar opened on Key Biscayne. It’s not technically on the beach, but you can see the ocean and even hear it (between the reggae songs). And it’s not technically public, but it’s not too hard to get in.

The place is Las Olas, at Key Colony, and it’s the only beach bar on the key where you can get a cold beer for three bucks. They’ve got all sorts of stuff to eat also, from empanadas and paninis to ceviche and paella. The little down-low watering hole actually opened two weeks ago, and is run by my friend and key rat Lawrence Kelly. It has a great little vibe and is worth checking out Friday afternoons for happy hour. Hours of operation are whenever there’s sun out, so don’t bother going on a rainy day.

March 18th, 2008 | share



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