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CASEY KEY FISH HOUSE

Experience Old Florida at its best, on the water just off Casey Key. With 175 feet of deep-water dockage, you can enjoy fabulous food, moderately priced, with inside and outside dining. Live music at the waterfront tiki bar every weekend. Early bird $14.99, 4-5:30 p.m.

Phone: 966-1901
Location:
801 Blackburn Point Road
Osprey, FL 34229
Price: $$ ($10 - 20)
Website:
Menu: View Menu
Users' Rating
Rating: 3 - 80 reviews
Payment Methods:
Cash, Credit, Check
Cuisine: American,Caribbean,Seafood,
Hours: Daily 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
Signature Dish: Ahi Tuna, Bouillabaisse
Open For: Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Waterfront
Outdoor
Full Bar
Reservations Accepted
Live Music
Herald-Tribune Review
Casey Key Fish House describes itself as “old Florida” and does its best to fit the bill. There’s a shell drive and parking lot and two buildings, one a freestanding tiki bar with the obligatory thatched roof, and the restaurant itself, a low rambling wood structure painted a delightfully kitschy aquamarine blue. Nothing cries out “old Florida” like questionable taste. Scruffy looks aside, Casey Key Fish House serves up some darn good food, often more sophisticated than you would ... Click here for full review

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