Fabulous tiki bar on the water, great food & prices, great friendly atomosphere, coldest beer around, best place to eat and drink on the island, and the tiki bar on the water is just awesome, with a breeze flowing thru all evening..awesome place. The food is sooo awesome as well...stuff on the stick, is my fav, but have to try it all...!! Background music, just the right volume, no talking over one another.
Whether jumping in the car to head out of the Fort or to escape the Cape...enjoying a day out on the water in the boat...or firing up the bike for a day on the road...Woody's is your one stop shop, day or night, for great food, great atmosphere, and great company!
If you are coming by boat...utilize the ICW to marker "13". From marker "13" take a due North heading which will bring you into the main channel into Saint James City. Continue into the channel (you will have numorous homes located to your right/starboard and mangrove islands to your left/port). Turn onto the Monroe Canal (2nd canal in)....Woody's is located on the right hand side of the canal at the bend, approxiametly a 5-10 idle up the canal. The Monroe canal generally has at least 5-6 feet of water...with 300 feet of pull-along docking numerous boats of all sizings are easily accommodated!
**If you would like to stay overnight on your boat we are happy to accomodate you if possible....please give us a call ahead of time to confirm.
What a great menu, there are a ton of things to order and very reasonable too. Everything we ordered was just great. The service was great, the atmosphere was great, right on the water. Plenty of dockage for the boats. They have live entertainment, which was great. You can go to the upstairs bar (I forgot what it is called) and eat and have drinks overlooking the bay. I would definitely recommend Nervous Nellie's Crazy Waterfront Eatery to anyone. Information and photo provided by Shane Waterfront Wilson
The Naughty Mermaid Bar and Grill is awesome. It is an outside area that overlooks the Bay. It is just beautiful and a great atmosphere. Their service is outstanding and so is the food. They have an interior restaurant as well with great food and once again they have out done themselves with an amazing atmosphere. The service and food is outstanding. I have eaten at both places on different occasions and it is great. Local information and pictures provided by, Shane Waterfront Wilson
UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP: An island landmark. Walls lined with "dollar bill" mementos. As the legend goes a fisherman would hang up a dollar in good times and return for the money in hard times if it was needed. Barnacle Phil's is a must see island event. No island visit is complete without a burger or some rice'n'beans from Barnacle's. T-shirt Shop, Coffee Shop, and Ice Cream Shop too!
Known by many as “the bar with all the money on the walls”, the Cabbage Key bar has been serving up drinks to boaters for over 60 years. With active fire places, original hardwood floors and Cypress walls, the bar and the formal dinning room make up the other two dining locations
Situated on the waters of Roosevelt Channel, our restaurant overlooks the Intracoastal Waterway, the tranquil waters of Pine Island Sound, and the pristine beauty of Buck Key. The Green Flash is easily navigable by boat and is located southwest of Marker 38 on the Intracoastal Waterway. So come and enjoy our picturesque view, watch the otters cavort, and fantasize about the elusive green flash while our distinguished chefs prepare your culinary delight!
hat is the standard that Southwest Florida’s favorite seafood shack has operated by for ten years. From blues to kings to snows to stoneys, we are all about crabs. We also happen fry an awesome grouper, toss a mean Caesar and barbeque simply the best ribs you'll ever find in a seafood joint! Family friendly and casual as you can get – that’s what Pinchers is all about. We’re also a great place to watch any ballgame. There’s also a full retail seafood market for the home cook.