Levy County is for seafood lovers

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Blackwater Grill in Yankeetown. [Helen Ciallella]

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Posted January 23, 2024 | By Tisha Whitehurst
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Nestled along Florida’s picturesque Gulf Coast, Levy County is a seafood lover’s paradise, boasting a wide array of restaurants and markets that serve up the freshest catches.

From Cedar Key to Yankeetown, the county is dotted with dining spots and seafood markets that offer a taste of the local marine bounty.

Here’s a guide to some of the best places to enjoy seafood in Levy County.

Away from the World Café (360 Dock St, Cedar Key): A cozy spot known for its fresh seafood and laid-back ambiance.

Annie’s Cafe (Hwy 24 and 6th St, Cedar Key): A local favorite for its delicious seafood dishes and friendly service.

83 West (310 Dock St, Cedar Key): Offers a waterfront dining experience with a diverse seafood menu. 83westcedarkey.com

Big Deck Raw Bar (331 Dock St, Cedar Key): Perfect for enjoying raw oysters and other seafood delicacies in a casual setting.

Duncan’s on the Gulf (490 Dock St, Cedar Key): Offers a relaxed atmosphere while serving up some of the best food and adult beverages.

Island Hotel Restaurant (373 2nd St, Cedar Key): A historic spot offering a range of seafood dishes. islandhotel-cedarkey.com

Robinson’s Seafood Market & Restaurant (6991 SW SR 24, Cedar Key): A dual operation offering fresh catches and delicious seafood meals.

Steamers Clam Bar and Grill (420 Dock St, Cedar Key): Features a variety of clams and seafood options. steamerscedarkey.com

Tony’s Seafood Restaurant (597 2nd St, Cedar Key): Famous for its award-winning clam chowder. tonyschowder.com

Blackwater Grill (6301 W Riverside Dr, Yankeetown): Provides a scenic dining experience with a focus on local seafood. blackwateryankeetownfl.com

Brooks Dockside Seafood Food Truck (140 Elkins Road, Inglis):  Fresh from the boat onto your plate!

Treasure Camp (15249 NW 46th Lane, Chiefland):  Take advantage of our boat to restaurant access. With just a few short steps you’ll be enjoying a delicious meal prepared just the way you like it, while still enjoying the amazing view of the historic Suwannee River.

 For more information about what to expect when visiting Levy County visit visitnaturecoast.com.


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