Captains Table is located at the end of Fisherman's Village (a nautical mall of sorts) and above Harpoon Harry's (a bar). We had a late lunch on the balcony overlooking the bay/river. What a great view; heard the sunsets were excellent. Service was a bit slow, but this is Florida on a beautiful day. The Crabcake and Cuban sandwiches were very good. The bill for sandwiches, fries, and coleslaw and ice tea was $26.00, which I thought was fair considering the nice outdoor eating area and relaxed ambiance. Couple things to note is that they do take reservations and I would recommend reservations for dinner. Also, it's a long walk from the entrance of Fisherman's Village to Captain's Table. The parking area makes for a long trek. You can drop off diners by driving between the marina and backside of Fisherman's Village. Whoever drew the short straw can make the walk from the parking spot. All in all, we had a very relaxed lunch and very good food. We will return!
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