Marsh Landing Restaurant
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May 19, 2018
by Lil Miller-Fox | Eats
Built in 1926, Marsh Landing is in the land sales office of Fellsmere Estates Corporation that thrived in the early Florida land boom.
Sadly, the town flooded and the Great Depression derailed Fellsmere’s expected future of becoming the county seat.
This iconic building has original cypress window and door frames milled by a nearby lumber camp and the original tongue & groove wood ceiling was repurposed as wainscot on the interior walls. This building is simple, yet has an elegant architectural presence on Broadway Street.
Open from 7am to 9pm daily, the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. A writer at the Naples Daily News wrote “this landmark serves up serious Southern cuisine: frog legs, gator tail and some of the best biscuits and gravy in the state.”
Lively Bluegrass Jam on Thursday nights starting at 6:30pm. Bring an instrument if you want to join in.
Marsh Landing is listed on with reported sightings of an apparition of a woman in a white dress.
Daily Dining schedule:
- Breakfast: 7am to 11am
- Lunch: 11am to 4pm
- Dinner: 11am to Close
- Open 7am to 9pm - 7 days a week
- Breakfasts, Soups & Salads, Sandwiches, Burgers, Chicken, Seafood, Steak and More!!
- Beer, Wine and Full Liquor Bar
- Takeout, Catering, and Banquet Facilities Available, Private Dining Rooms
- All major credit cards accepted
44 North Broadway Street
Fellsmere, FL. 32948
Tel: (772) 571-8622
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