Brunch Point 5

Culinary Culture in Historic Places

Nine One Five: Classic Revival gem, referenced by one architect as a “Conch Mansion”, erected on Key West’s main street circa 1899-1903. This two-story wraparound porch is the defining feature, as the gingerbread, or wooden tracery, decorates the old frame residence.  


Key West Historian Sharon Wells shared some other interesting bits of history:  built with Dade County hard pine, it originally served as residence for John H. Coleman, a local auctioneer of ships’ goods.  


Later a foreman of the Ferdinand Hirsch Cigar Co. lived here at the Zenith of the cigar industry.  It passed on to other families through the years and in the early 80’s it opened as a restaurant called Savannah's.

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"Presented by POINT 5" 

upstairs at Nine One Five

11:00am - 1:00pm

915 Duval Street 


$75.00 per person

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