Blue Marlin is right next to Oleta State Park and looks like it could be a visitor’s center, rest area, or one of those shelters you rent out to celebrate a first communion. But it’s actually an old-Florida-style seafood spot like the kind you find in the Keys. This is the place to get old-school favorites like smoked fish dip, conch fritters, dolphin fingers, and fish sandwiches. You can also grab a beer to wash it all down with while looking out onto the Oleta River thanks to the waterfront seating, or rent paddleboards here and take them down the tranquil river into the bay.
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