Moe's has served Key West since the early 1960s and become something of a landmark for locals in this tourist-friendly town. In addition to offering quality haircuts and beard trims, proprietor Gary Kelly, who bought the shop 20 years ago, is also a well-respected local gun dealer. Hidden down an alley off Duval Street, Moe's looks like any other barber shop – leather chairs and knickknacks – but with a brighter facade and more firepower. Unfortunately, Kelly no longer does shaves because, according to him, he doesn't "have the touch anymore." [Haircuts, from $15; beard trims, $5; 609 Duval St., 305-294-5357]
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