The boating lifestyle is what attracts many to Cape Coral, and to support that the area delights in a variety of boat accessible restaurants.
Boathouse Tiki Bar & Grill
The Boathouse Tiki Bar & Grill at Red Fish Point of the Cape Coral Yacht Club is the perfect location to grab a meal, while filling up with fuel. With its own private beach, the Boathouse serves up drinks and seafood right on the water, even cooking up fresh fish brought in by customers.
Meanwhile, guests are sure to enjoy spectacular views of the Caloosahatchee River, with daily specials.
Another option is popular Rumrunners, a waterfront-dining locale known just as much for its views as it is for its delectable fresh seafood and steaks. Designed as a location to mark special occasions or simply a relaxing dockside treat after a long day on the water, Rumrunners is open for guests seven days at Cape Harbour.
Decked out in vibrant hues, the waterfront destination is the perfect location for sipping a frozen drink of the same name, or enjoying a specialty martini. From inventive seafood dishes to a prized rib eye or filet mignon, there’s plenty to entice visitors to Rumrunners.
The Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village
For even more options in waterfront dining, be sure and head to The Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village. Here at Tarpon Point, diners are treated to more fresh seafood, steaks and specialty foods at Marker 92 Waterfront Bar & Bistro. This fine dining experience offers the option of indoor dining or a meal out on the patio, serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Meanwhile, for a more relaxing meal, try The Nauti Mermaid Dockside Bar & Grill. This more casual location serves specialty drinks and a selection of seafood, salads and sandwiches, infused with live music on the weekends.