Capri Fish House Restaurant Offers a “Reel” Taste of Florida Right on the Waterfront

The family-owned Capri Fish House Restaurant sets the scene for enjoying freshly caught fish and seafood with its waterfront location and nautically themed décor. Located on the Isle of Capri within easy reach of Marco Island and Naples, the restaurant overlooks the beautiful sandy beach and calm waters of Johnson Bay.

Arrive early to get a coveted Adirondack chair where you can wiggle your toes in the soft white sand as you sip a margarita from the thatched tiki bar and peruse the delicious menu. | Capri Fish House waterfront Chickee Hut Bar Isles of Capri, Florida

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Lunch, Dinner or Sunday Brunch at the Capri Fish House

The lunch menu starts with conch fritters, “lobstah” fingers and gator nuggets along with other goodies for a “reel” taste of Florida. Starters are followed by delicious seafood casseroles, seafood platters or the catch of the day cooked in a choice of five different ways to suit every taste.

Lighter fish dishes offer a variety of entrees such as coconut shrimp, clam strips or frogs legs all served in a basket with French fries. Grouper sandwiches, reubens with a fishy twist and salmon club wraps show the versatility of the chef and his team at the Capri Fish House. Steak, seafood, salads and a range of burgers will satisfy those with a craving for meat.

Dinner sees the chef change gear to offer more great seafood including the classic oyster Rockefeller, fried calamari, tasty bouillabaisse crammed with snapper, lobster and mussels or how about Cajun Jambalaya for a taste of southern cuisine? Stuffed shrimp baked with a crabmeat stuffing, baked grouper, seafood kabobs and Chilian seabass wrapped in bacon and served with an orange beurre blanc sauce are just some of the gourmet dishes that keep regulars returning for more at the Capri Fish House.

If you are in the area on Sundays, the Sunday Brunch is a treat you won’t want to miss. The restaurant serves all the usual breakfast items you crave followed by seafood chowder, jambalaya, country ham, steaks, salads and homemade desserts to start the week on a gastronomic high.

Sunsets and Watersports on the Isle of Capri

There’s more than just food at the Capri Fish House. The thatched beachside chickee hut houses an al fresco bar with shady seating right on the bay where all the fish and seafood is sourced. | Capri Fish House Chickee Hut Isles of Capri near Naples and Marco Island, FL

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Indoor seating is offered in the unpretentious restaurant which has a homely atmosphere, a marine aquarium, and a friendly staff. It goes without saying that every table has stunning views especially at sunset and you can understand why the setting is popular for weddings and family celebrations. | Capri Fish House casual waterfront restaurant near Naples and Marco Island , in Isles of Capri, FL

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Kayak rentals are available right off the sandy beach for those wanting to explore this beautiful location at a leisurely pace. More adventurous visitors can go jet skiing and parasailing in the calm waters while keen fishing enthusiasts can catch their own supper on a fishing and dolphin excursion. | The beach at Capri Fish House waterfront restaurant in Isles of Capri (Naples/Marco Island) Florida.

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The Food Boat offers the unique chance to enjoy a grilled lunch on Keewayden Island with fish sandwiches, burgers and hot dogs cooked to perfection. As you can see, the Capri Fish House seems to have fish covered from every angle!

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Nita Ettinger is the co-publisher for Siesta Publications and the Editor in Chief for Must Do Visitor Guides. Must Do Visitor Guides provides Southwest Florida visitor information through printed publications and the website Must Do Visitor Guides are published bi-annually and are available at no cost in Sarasota, Lee, and Collier County chambers of commerce, visitor information centers, select Southwest Florida hotels, and wherever free publications are found.

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