It’s not a big deal to drive your car to one of our local waterfront restaurants, for a great dining experience. However if you take a boat ride to get to one of these great places…it’s twice the fun. Cape Coral is blessed with several waterfront restaurants that offer great dockage for boaters. Here is the list…..read more.
There are several choices when visiting the Cape Harbour Marina situated in the southwest part of the city. The selections range from casual to fine dining.
Rumrunners. Award winning views of the marina and preserve. Full service bar with seafood and steaks as there signature offerings. There is ample dockage and they offer patio seating as well as traditional. They also can handle large parties.
The Marina Club. A very casual waterfront dining favorite. There menu is a bit different in that they specialize in Mediterranean and Argentinean dishes. They offer a Sunday brunch as well. Go check it out.
The French Press. A very relaxed atmosphere offering fresh sandwiches, fine coffee, pastries and fresh fruits. A great morning place to visit.
Fathoms Restaurant & Bar. You will find international cuisines here at the marina location. It is a casual restaurant offering authentic flavored dishes, as well as pub style food. They also offer live music at the outdoor bar.
This marina is also situated in the SW portion of the city. It offers 3 very nice restaurants with boaters in mind.
Marker 92. Fine dining offering a very private ambiance. One of the largest wine selections in the area. Seafood and steaks are their specialty. Dine in or out and enjoy the intercoastal waterway views.
Nauti Mermaid. A great grill and bar experience awaits the boater here. Flatbreads and wraps are a specialty. Boat slips are for their guests, while they eat and drink and enjoy.
Pinchers Crab Shack. They are a 12 location franchise known for there wings, crab dishes, and fried fish. Their seafood is always fresh. Casual dining at its best.
3 more great locations remain.
The Boat House. Situated at the Cape Coral Yacht Club, this huge tiki hut outdoor dining is definitely a casual affair. A relaxed Caribbean atmosphere right next door to the public fishing pier. They also have a small sandy beach area. It’s a local favorite.
First Round Draft. Somewhat limited dockage for boaters, but the food portions are huge and tasty. They offer casual dining with a large menu of food with a sports theme atmosphere. Both inside as well as open air deck seating. They are just off Del Prado Blvd. in the SE Cape.
Monarca’s Mexican Bar & Grill. Authentic Mexican theme with full bar. Sailboat access for the boater situated just moment off the intercoastal waterway close to downtown. Great food made with fresh ingredients. Limited dockage.
For the boater, there have never been more options for “dining by boat” than right now. When Hal & I moved here there were just a handful, now there are plenty of choices. Each is easy to google for both location address, as well as a complete menu to review. Enjoy both the ride, as well as a great meal.