Cap’s Place Island Restaurant (Lighthouse Point)

Posted on October 14th, 2008 · American Lighthouse Point Seafood



*****  Cap’s Place Island Restaurant, 2765 NE 28 CT, Lighthouse Point, Florida 33064, (954) 941-0418.

Got a real- good seafood joint for you, Cap’s Place Island Restaurant. It is absolutely imperative that you check Cap’s website at for menu/prices/photos/details…the site “tells” you the whole story about this joint which has been around for something like 80 years.

Delicious food. Great service. Moderate prices (you get what you pay for, but this joint ain’t exactly running bargain basement deals). Real low-keyed ambiance, tee shirts/shorts are just fine. If you have already gone to Cap’s website, you know that you have to take a short boat ride to get to the joint…that’s part of the fun of eating at Cap’s.

Cap’s menu is loaded with seafood stuff…it is a bit light on chicken/meat dishes…but non-fish eaters should be able to handle the situation…

Cap’s is a famous “joint.”…Winston Churchill, FDR, JFK, Al Capone, Meyer Lansky, Casey Stengel, The Temptations, were all customers…so be smart and make a reservation.

The joint opens at 5:30pm for dinner Tuesday-Sunday, closed on Monday.

2 Comments to “Cap’s Place Island Restaurant (Lighthouse Point)”

  1. toni e. says...

    My husband and I have been eating at Cap’s for years. The food is wonderful. I see that you listed a few celbs that have eaten there. Years ago we spotted Burt Reynolds. I highly recommend this restaurant.

  2. Everyone has to try Cap’s.
    Delish food.
    Fun boat ride.
    Something really good.

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