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We ended up opting to stay in Everglades City after a day of exploring. We chose the Rod & Gun b/c they advertised cottages, full service restaurant and bar. I was pleasantly surprised, walking into the main lobby at the beautiful woodwork, large verandah and...More
You wouldn't think you'd get an excellent meal in this out of the way spot, but we had a delicious dinner there! Our server, Katie was gracious and efficient. We loved the Old Florida vibe and the place is so interesting with all the lovely...More
We stop here yearly on our way to the Everglades. The restaurant has lovely artifacts and an interesting history. We sat out on the large balcony overlooking the water. We had shrimp baskets with fries and Cole slaw. It's a little pricey but good. The...More
Had a great fish sandwich at the Rod and Gun Club. I don't eat many fish sandwiches, but this was one of the best ones I have had. Fish heavy menu. Accommodated my moms shell fish allergy. Server was a friendly and quirky local. Really...More
We were intrigued to try this place representing old Florida. The club house is all varnished wood and filled with extraordinary memorabilia. We had the little cottage right next to the water. It was small, tidy and absolutely quiet. Great night's sleep. Staff were very...More