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Was led to this restaurant by our Fodor Guide and the wonderful historical description of this interesting place! Lots of choices in this small town, but this was our pick and we were thrilled! Enjoyed the old fashioned veranda overlooking the waterway at early evening...More
While in Everglades City we stopped into the Rod and Gun Club for drinks and some food. Our Server was Sabrina and she was fantastic. Great sense of humor and makes a wonderful Mojito. Also was knowledgeable about the area, fishing charters and recommended great...More
Lodge is very old, built?? 20's or before. Lots of old dark wood. What a lodge should look like, I think. It's on the waterway going into the gulf. In its heyday people only accessed it from the water. The cabanas have recently been remodeled....More
This is a super unique small hotel which has survived almost a 100 years. Back in the day, presidents and rock stars visited.
Now its a smaller venue, but clean,quiet and convenient. They have short hours, and the price is right. Bring Cash.. no credit...More
On our way back to Bonita Springs from Miami someone suggested we detour to the Everglades Rod and Gun Club for lunch. I really didn't want to go, but majority ruled...and I am so glad they did! The place itself is very historic, interesting, and...More
US$116 - US$165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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