Cap's Place Island Restaurant
The seafood at this secluded spot is super fresh, and it’s evident before you even peruse the menu. For starters, Caps is only accessible by boat, which is a pretty good indication that the kitchen takes their daily catch pretty seriously. It’s a backwoods -- err, island -- cottage, originally a rum-running eatery and gambling casino frequented by the likes of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Al Capone back in the day, and the photographs peppered throughout depict a more shadowy side of Floridian history. Locals and tourists in the know trek here for popular dishes like the bacon-wrapped scallops and Maryland-style crab cake, as well as the vibrant sunsets and relaxed ambience.