Captain & Krewe Seafood Market and Raw Bar

By: Gillian Birch

Enjoying the freshest seafood and shellfish is one of the joys of living in Southwest Florida, and it’s hard to beat the selection at Captain & Krewe in downtown Naples. Beautifully presented in refrigerated displays, you’ll find a tempting array of fresh fish, stone crabs and shellfish to take home and cook. Alternatively, you can sit down and enjoy one of the chef-prepared dishes in the onsite restaurant.

Enjoying the freshest seafood and shellfish is one of the joys of living in Southwest Florida, and it's hard to beat the selection at Captain & Krewe in downtown Naples, Florida.

Photo credit Mary Carol Fitzgerald

MustDo.com | Captain & Krewe Seafood Market and Restaurant downtown Naples, Florida.

Photo credit Mary Carol Fitzgerald

The modern minimalist space that opened on 8th Street South in early 2015 has the feel of an upscale showroom rather than a fish market. However, it still provides the same quality and choice as when it first opened in 2003 in more modest premises as Captain Kirk’s Stone Crabs. The mission then and now is to support local fishermen by selling freshly caught fish, exceptional seafood and of course, their famous stone crab. In fact, fish doesn’t come fresher than here unless you catch it yourself!

MustDo.com | Captain & Krewe seafood market and restaurant in downtown Naples, Florida.

Photo credit Mary Carol Fitzgerald

MustDo.com | Fresh Stone crab claws Captain & Krewe Seafood Market & Restaurant downtown Naples, Florida.

Photo credit Mary Carol Fitzgerald

Captain & Krewe Seafood Market and Raw Bar

This Naples institution with its smart new name and logo provides quality fish however you want it. Buy it to-go, knowing that you are supporting the local fishing fleet of Southwest Florida, or enjoy a delicious light meal prepared by the Captain & Krewe culinary team.

The Seafood Market and restaurant is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday (closed Sunday). They serve “supper” rather than dinner, which implies a laid back come-dressed-as-you-are experience with the emphasis on the food rather than dressing up. You won’t be disappointed.

Captain & Krewe seafood beautifully presented in refrigerated displays, you'll find a tempting array of fresh fish, stone crabs and shellfish to take home and cook. Naples, Florida restaurant and seafood market.

Photo credit Mary Carol Fitzgerald

Captain & Krewe Menu

Crab cakes, Cajun shrimp and smoked fish dip are just some of the tasty fish starters, or opt for more traditional Caesar or Greek Salad. Seafood lovers may prefer to take a seat at the Raw Bar and indulge their gastronomic needs with a selection of freshly prepared oysters and more.

Stone crab and crab legs from Captain & Krewe Seafood Market Naples, Florida.

Photo credit Mary Carol Fitzgerald

Light casual fare suitable for lunch focuses on a delectable selection of sandwiches and seafood salads. Combine both in the Seafood Salad Sandwich, which includes Blue Crab and Gulf Shrimp, or go for the delectable Blackened Grouper Sandwich on a toasted French roll or multigrain bread with lettuce, tomato and homemade coleslaw.

Low carb fans may prefer Stuffed Tomato – a quarter pound of tuna or seafood salad served in a tomato casing with a hard-boiled egg and coleslaw on the side. You may even find gator on the menu!

The licensed premises serve a choice of bubbly, from Brut to Champagne, along with a range of red and white wines handpicked to enhance your seafood dining experience. The bar also has a range of draft beers including Stella Artois and the more heady Cigar City Beer. Cans, bottles and a choice of non-alcoholic drinks make sure everyone is catered for.

Families are always welcome at the new Captain & Krewe with Chicken Tenders and Ice Cream Cups on their mini menu. Freshen the palate with a slice of zesty Key Lime Pie, Pecan Pie or even Mississippi Mud Pie to round off your visit perfectly.

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Written by: Gillian Birch | Author Website

Gillian Birch is a freelance travel writer and, whenever possible between trips, she enjoys life in Florida. As the wife of a Master Mariner, she has traveled extensively and lived in some exotic locations all over the world, including the Far East and the Republic of Panama. Describing herself as having "endless itchy feet and an insatiable wanderlust", she continues to explore Florida and further afield, writing about her experiences with wonderful clarity and attention to detail. With a diploma in Journalism from the BCJ, she has published several travel books and ebooks, all available on Amazon under her name. Formerly the Florida Editor for BellaOnline from 2011-13, Gillian is an active member of the International Travel Writers' Alliance and the Gulf Coast Writers' Association, and an enthusiastic guest blogger for MustDo.com Visitor Guides. Learn more about her writing as YourTravelGirl at: www.gillianbirch.com and follow her blog around the world at https://gillianbirch.wordpress.com/

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