Located in the Old House, our “Open-Air” restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner 365 days a year.
The main room is nestled among live cuban laurels dripping with moss. Previous visitors have taped thousands of one-dollar bills to every surface. Ask your server for a black marker and tape to add yours to the collection.
The front room is the old porch with a view of the marina and sound. Look around at antique fishing gear, classic Cabbage Key photographs and replicas of tarpon, snook and other game fish that make our waters world famous.
Known by many as “the bar with all the money on the walls”, the Cabbage Key bar has been serving up drinks to boaters for over 60 years. With active fire places, original hardwood floors and Cypress walls, the bar and the formal dinning room make up the other two dining locations.
One hundred acres of tropical vegetation surround our historic restaurant, inn and rental cottages. A panoramic view of Pine Island Sound, near Fort Myers in Bokeelia, is provided from the front porch of our open-air restaurant situated atop a thirty-eight foot Indian shell mound. There are no cars here, not even a paved road. You will find winding nature trails, romantic picturesque views and relaxation.
General Information: Open Year-Round
Location: Island, Oceanfront, Waterfront
Time To Experience Activity: Full Day
Category: Fishing Charter, Hiking/Nature Trails, Water Recreation
Cuisine Served: American, Seafood, Steak
Dining Type: Casual Dining
Meals Served: Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Restaurant Features: Full Bar, Waterfront Dining