Our Origin

After hosting the Fogarty House 1875 Restaurant in the 1970s and brief turns as Hooters and Oak Beach Inn, the property became the site of Fogarty’s and the Flying Monkeys Saloon in 2001.

Legendary Key West artist Captain Outrageous illustrated our signature frozen drinks at the Monkey Bar with silliness and style.

Our History

Our comprehensive suite of professionals caters to a diverse team, ranging from seasoned architects to renowned engineers.


The historic mansion is constructed by Charles Curry. 11 years later it burns down in the 1886 fire and is rebuilt as the current structure.


Dr. Joseph Norman Fogarty, mayor of Key West, purchases the home. He hosts parties for Henry Flagler, William Howard Taft, and Grover Cleveland.


Fogarty’s Restaurant opens to the public. Captain Outrageous paints his iconic mural at the Flying Monkeys bar. The first Red Party kicks off during Fantasy Fest with proceeds benefiting local education.

The Red Party

For over 20 years, we have hosted Fantasy Fest’s best party, the Red Party. The proceeds from this event go to supporting local education: for many years, the money went directly to the Monroe County School System. Later, it was gifted in the form of college scholarship for some of our brightest graduating seniors.

Recently, the Red Party isn’t as big as it used to be. However we still go all out with our red costumes and we are slinging your favorite frozen drinks all Fantasy Fest long!

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Red Wednesday 2023