The Waterfront Restaurant & Marina - St. James City: From Intercoastal Waterway Marker 12, take a 290 degree heading into Henley Canal. They have 16 slips with 6-8 feet of water. Call: 239-283-0592.
Rumrunners - Cape Harbour: Enjoy award winning waterfront views and fresh seafood. Plan time to stroll through the several shops along the waterfront. Other dining spots here include The Joint, LongBoards and Run Agrounds. Call 239-542-0200 for Rumrunners information.
Woody's Waterside - St. James City: Named after a Yellow Labrador, this laid back "nothin' fancy" old Florida stop offers fresh seafood and burgers. From the Intercoastal Waterway maker 13 find take the main entry into St. James City then turn onto the second canal - the Monroe Canal. Call: 239-283-5555
Doc Fords - Fort Myers Beach: Located under the Fort Myers Beach bridge, this award winning restaurant is sure to please. Arriving by boat pass around the north end of the Beach around Bowditch Point Park, pass under the Matanzas Bridge, Doc Fords will be on your left. The views of the back bay and shrimp boat fleet are outstanding and so is the food.
Parrot Key Caribbean Grill - Fort Myers Beach: Arriving by boat pass around the north end of the Beach around Bowditch Point Park and enter the intercoastal waterway, pass under the Matanzas Bridge stay to the left and Parrot Key is located at channel marker 24. Hail the dockmaster at Salty Sam's Marina on channel 16 or 17 for docking instructions.
The Fish House – Fort Myers Beach: The Fish Tale Marina welcomes day trippers to dock and enjoy a meal at the Fish House Restaurant. From Carlos Pass travel to Channel Marker 59 and turn left into the Channel in front of Koon Key. You will pass many condominiums before reaching the Basin.