Worth a stop for a slice of cold key lime pie and a slice of old Florida. I was here a decade ago and not a thing has changed. That's comforting. You can smell the history I the old polished cypress floors and walls. Even...More
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This is a must see if your in the Everglades City area. Dates back to a different era yet is still interesting in its own right as well as being on a small waterway so one can watch boats coming and going. Really enjoy my...More
I was born and raised in Florida but in the 14 years I have lived in the Naples area, never bothered taking the hour drive to Everglades City. We decided to go to the Rod and Gun club because of its connection to the history...More
Traveling on the Tamiami Trail from Naples we were getting hungry and decided to go to Everglades City and see what we could find. Found this place and decided to try it. Walking out of the bright sunshine into the darkness of the foyer and...More
After an exciting airboat ride my family headed for lunch on the beautiful porch of The Rod and Gun Club. Lovely setting, friendly service and good food. We were all pleased and was a perfect finale for our airboat adventure.
Took the Family by boat and pulled up to there dock with plenty of space. The service and the food was excellent. Was even offered to stay and use the pool the afternoon.
This is a must see if you are in Everglades City. The hotel is a landmark, and the interior is a marvel. The food was "merely ok" and we were warned about that, but the atmosphere was of an "old time" hotel from the turn...More
Decided on a little road trip to the Rod and Gun Lodge for lunch. When walking through the door one is transported back in time to old Florida. Very charming and rustic. I imagine, back in the day, this was quite the popular place. Although...More