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There are lots of great places to eat on Captiva Island. Unique and decorative restaurants pepper the town offering a variety of delightful dishes! There are waterfront options, fine dining, family-friendly places, and many providing live music nightly. If dessert is your thing, be sure to stop by The Bubble Room and try one of their famous slices of cake!
Casual and comfortable pub atmosphere with old Island flair serving traditional American classics with a popular Fish Fry Friday. There is nightly entertainment including live music, drag queen bingo and the Crow’s Nest classic, live crab racing!
Old Captiva House At ‘Tween Waters Island Resort & Spa
The Mucky Duck is a great beachfront British-style pub at the end of Andy Rosse Lane which is pretty much Captiva’s town center. They don’t take reservations so get there early for sunset as this is the place to be!
Cantina Captiva is a great Mexican place serving unique Southwestern dishes such as Shrimp Diablo and, traditional Mexican fare like enchiladas and fajitas. Solid beer selection and cool, refreshing margaritas.
Doc Ford’s Rum Bar and Grille, located at the north end of Captiva Drive, near the entrance of South Seas Island Resort, offers live music, outdoor dining, and a large rum selection! Definitely check out their signature dish the Yucatan Shrimp!
The Island Store
11500 Andy Rosse Lane, Captiva, FL 33924 239-312-4374
The Island Store sells liquor, beer and wine, grocery products, fresh produce, meat and seafood, gourmet cheeses, hot coffee, and has a deli.