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Oil on canvas, 18" x 28". The Key Limeade building on Plantation Key began life as Tiff's Restaurant, built in 1928, according to real estate listings.


Shirley Faye Albury, who grew up on Plantation Key, remembers eating at Tiff's as a child in the early 1940s.


"There wasn't much else around," she said. A family relative, "Aunt Annie" Maloney, was a renowned cook who worked with owner Charlie Tift. 


The building was later sold to the Uhler family and became the Key Limeade business, offering "World Famous Key Lime Pie" made from locally grown fruit. 


Two sisters ran the business for many years, selling homemade crocheted dolls and pillowcases as well as their famous pies. 

World Famous Key Lime Pie

  • A giclee print of the original painting on gallery-wrapped canvas is available at the original size. Gallery-wrapped canvases are 1.5" deep.

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