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HOMOSASSA’S YARDARM LOUNGE AND RIVERSIDE CRAB HOUSE IS COMING DOWN

by on Jan.30, 2018, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

The Yardarm Lounge, also known as The Riverside Crab House and The Monkey Bar, has celebrated 50 years on the Homosassa River. The iconic restaurant was opened by The Norris Development Company in 1967 and later purchased by the late Dave Stewart and Dr. Donald Vesley. It was most recently acquired by Riverside, LLC in 1998. On Tuesday, January 30, 2018, the doors will close for the final time. IF THESE WINDOWS COULD TALK Many things have changed in the span of 50 years, and the Yardarm Lounge and Riverside Crab House has seen it all. She has celebrated first dates, graduations, weddings, new births, anniversaries, and reunions with generations of Homosassa residents and guests from around the world. She has been the stepping stone to many local youngsters as they embarked on their first jobs before going off to college and other successes. She has witnessed sadness at too many memorials in honor of friends and loved ones. No doubt the Crowning Jewel was the location of this beautifully built restaurant overlooking Monkey Island. Unfortunately, the very thing that made the restaurant a favorite to so many is what finally closed her doors. She has endured more than five decades of daily brackish rising and falling tides, lapping at a foundation that is cantilevered over the beautiful Homosassa River. No name, Charlie, Ivan, Frances, Hermine and Irma are a few of the ferocious storms that have taken their toll over the years. Gail Oakes, the managing partner of The Homosassa Riverside Resort which owns the restaurant, hotel, marina and Monkey Island said, “The two story restaurant’s roof was structurally damaged during the last hurricane and is beyond repair. Experts agreed that the age of the building and the degree of the damage would require extensive repairs to the structure which are not financially practical.” WHAT THE FUTURE WILL HOLD Oakes said, “My partners and I made the decision to demolish a substantial portion of the damaged building and replace it with a smaller outdoor eatery with spectacular views of the Homosassa River and Monkey Island. The new venue will still feature our famous live blue crabs and seafood selections along with new and exciting additions.” The hotel, marina, boat rentals and banquet room will not be affected by this closure. While Oakes admits that February is the “peak” season in the Homosassa restaurant business and unfortunate timing, she is hopeful that the busy season will make it possible for her displaced staff to find positions with other local restaurant owners who are staffing up for the return of winter guests to our area. The Yardarm Lounge, Riverside Crab House and Monkey Bar are located at 5297 S. Cherokee Way, Homosassa, Florida, on the bank of the Homosassa River.

 

For information regarding this story, please contact: Homosassa Riverside Resort, Gail Oakes gail@riversideresorts.com 352-628-2474.

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Looking for Lodging in Punta Gorda? Give Some Thought to The Four Points by Sheraton Harborside

by on Aug.08, 2013, under TAMPA BAY AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA, Upper Charlotte Harbor

When they say “Harborside” at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in Punta Gorda, they mean it!  Nestled between the north and southbound lanes at the southern end of the US41/Punta Gorda Bridge over the Peace River, this place couldn’t be more perfectly situated in terms of a leisurely walk to one of  downtown’s many excellent shops and restaurants.  Or to a fishing trip in and around Charlotte Harbor!

The Four Points by Sheraton is conveniently located withiin easy reach of downtown Punta Gorda's food and fun.

The modern hotel features deluxe guest rooms, decorated in a muted nautical theme, as well as a pool, tiki bar, excellent restaurant, and business lounge for guests. And, with a parking lot large enough to handle a boat and trailer, what more could a traveling angler expect?

Enjoy the sophisticated comfort of the Four Points by Sheraton when you return from a busy day on the water.

Maybe access to the mouth of the Peace and Myakka Rivers as well as to all of Charlotte Harbor, where some of the best fishing in Florida happens?  If you’re not sure about the area, you’ll find the folks up the street (320 Cross Street, to be exact) at Waterproof Charts willing to help you select the proper fishing or navigation chart for your trip.  These are some of the best charts around, and I highly recommend that newcomers and seasoned visitors keep a copy of their Charlotte Harbor & Lemon Bay (#1F) handy on every fishing trip here.  Another valuable asset and neighbor to the hotel is Laishley Park Municipal Marina, with a boat launch and other facilities suited to fishing the local waters.

Laishley Marina has 85 boat slips and a public boat launch. It features a Day Room for a shower and cleanup and has Boater's Bathrooms which include showers. It also includes a large Community Room which is intended for use by community groups, private functions and civic and corporate meetings.

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