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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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Don’t Miss A Meal at BeckyJack’s Food Shack in Weeki Wachee, FL!

by on Sep.17, 2015, under Hernando and Pasco Gulf Coast, Recipes and Food

BeckyJack's Food Shack 8070 Cortez Blvd. Weeki Wachee, FL

BeckyJack’s Food Shack
8070 Cortez Blvd.
Weeki Wachee, FL

Whether you’re coming back from fishing at Bayport or Hernando Beach, watching the Mermaid Show at Weeki Wachee Spring State Park, or just driving down US19 in Hernando County, a stop at BeckyJack’s Food Shack is a “must”.  Yes, the joint is truly a shack, and it’s only open Wednesday thru Sunday (Noon ’til 8PM), but you can expect some excellent food there.  The house specialty is the “crunchy fish”, coated in corn flakes and almonds and fried to a golden, crispy finish.  If you’re “sorta hungry”, order the sandwich, but if you’re a big eater, try the crunchy fish platter with a side of their famous bean salad.

There's a good chance you'll have a short wait for a table at Beckyjack's

There’s a good chance you’ll have a short wait for a table at Beckyjack’s

The Crunchy Fish platter is worth the wait--and it's a bargain at only $9

The Crunchy Fish platter is worth the wait–and it’s a bargain at only $9.  They’re also famous for their hamburgers and Reubens.

The interior at BeckyJack's is eclectic, fun...and even a bit over the top!

The interior at BeckyJack’s is eclectic, fun…and even a bit over the top!


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Dress Up After a Hard Day on the Water–Eat at Trabue in Downtown Punta Gorda


Maybe you don’t want to cook.  Or you’re tired of eating the usual “fisherman fare”.  Maybe it’s time to step it up a notch and try some of the  great, upscale dishes at Trabue Restaurant in downtown Punta Gorda.  Chef Keith Meyers offers fresh and modern American food, and features local seafood and produce.  Here’s you’ll find tasty, healthy and beautifully-prepared entrees and an extensive wine list.  Trabue is the original name given Punta Gorda in 1885 by Col. Isaac Trabue, who purchased the land from British investors.  Trabue, the restaurant, is located at 258 W Marion Avenue, just a short walk from most local hotels.

Trabue is stylish and attracts folks of all generations

Try some seafood at Trabue

A simple salad, and a beautiful presentation

Escargot, anyone?

If they're on the menu, give Chef Keith Meyers' lamb sliders a try!

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Shrimp Landing Restaurant Opens in Inglis/Yankeetown

by on Mar.24, 2013, under Yankeetown and Waccasassa

If you’re traveling north on US19/98 and just crossing the ‘border’ into Levy County and “Natural North Florida”, the first town you’ll hit is Inglis.  Just north of the Withlacoochee River and described by many as the “gateway to Yankeetown”, Inglis is your last chance for a square meal before you get to Chiefland, some 40 miles up the road.  In the past, and during its heyday, Inglis had a few “meat and three” restaurants, namely the Port Inglis Restaurant and Gobblers.  Alas, both have closed, as is the case with the more upscale eatery, December’s*.  Nevertheless, the old “PI” has been reborn as the Shrimp Landing Restaurant, and is a good place to “fill up” in anticipation of your trip north (or to fish at Yankeetown, Waccasassa, Cedar Key or Lake Rousseau)

Don’t think that Shrimp Landing only serves shrimp.  Of course, they’re on the menu in several variations.  You’ll also find fish, salads, burgers and daily specials.  Expect big servings and hearty meals here-at reasonable prices.  They’re open 7 days a week from 5AM until 9PM, making Shrimp Landing a good choice for a pre-fishing trip breakfast or post-fishing trip lunch or dinner.

Shrimp Landing

US 19/98 at SR40, just north of the Withlacoochee River

Inglis, FL

(352) 447-5201

*The old December’s restaurant has been recently re-opened, but I’ve not had a chance to visit it.  Reviews from friends have been good, and I’m looking forward to a meal there soon.  Expect a review, too!

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Rachel’s Restaurant in Steinhatchee Will Open at New Location, November 1, 2012

by on Oct.01, 2012, under Steinhatchee

The new look at Rachel's Restaurant in Steinhatchee!

The new look at Rachel's Restaurant in Steinhatchee!

There’s been some concern by passers-by that Rachel’s Restaurant at Steinhatchee is no longer in business.  The truth of the matter is that Larry and Leianne Carnes, the hardworking owners/hostess/chef/bottle washers are in the process of moving to newer, nicer and larger quarters just down the road near the corner of Riverside Drive and 2nd.  I stopped by on September 30 and got the grand tour.  So here’s what to expect:

  • A much larger dining room, to be followed by outdoor tables and an oyster bar.
  • A gift shop.
  • Faster service due largely to a bigger staff and a more efficient kitchen.

Larry and Leianne are excited about the new digs, as am I.  They served great breakfasts, lunches and dinners at the old location, and I expect the food and service to be even better at the new location.

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Lunch at Trenton’s Cracker Box Restaurant is Always a Treat!

by on Jun.10, 2011, under FLORIDA'S BIG BEND AND EMERALD COAST

If you’re heading west towards the Gulf from Alachua County, make a point of stopping for breakfast or lunch at The Cracker Box restaurant in Trenton.  They’re located just off Hwy 26, just west of US129 in an old house.  They serve great breakfasts and lunch, 7 days a week (open at 6AM, close at 2PM).

When it comes to breakfast, my benchmark is always pancakes.  At The Cracker Box, they’re huge and an order of two will fill most folks I know.  As for lunch, expect to get a great hamburger or try the Nibbler, a plate of fried shrimp, crab cake, fried catfish, hushpuppies and fries.

The 'Nibbler' is more than a nibble!

The 'Nibbler' is much more than a nibble at Trenton's Cracker Box Restaurant. Catfish, shrimp, a crab cake, fries, hushpuppies and slaw!!!

The Cracker Box’s daily specials are excellent, too.  Today it was fried mullet or fried quail, served with fries and swamp cabbage!

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