Lee Be Fish Co describes itself as the “littlest, biggest fish market” serving the Marco Island area. As the name suggests, Lee Be Fish doubles as a restaurant and a fish market and opens daily from 11:00 a.m to 8:30 p.m.
The store owns two fishing boats that travel 70 to 120 miles offshore. The makes the
Lee Be Fish menu the freshest in town. The boats come in daily with the freshest seafood, including local Grouper and Snapper. When available, Swordfish and Mahi Mahi are offered to guests. Lee Be Fish also offers local fresh pink gulf shrimp. It doesn’t get any fresher than this. Dine-in options include fish in a basket, tacos, sandwiches, and more.
The menu is devoid of any other dining option so guests should be prepared to eat seafood or fish. Soft drinks and beer are available.
Cash-only businesses are almost entirely extinct these days, but Lee Be Fish is one of them. Only cash is accepted but an ATM is on-site.
The Sun King tries to stay healthy. He looks for anti-oxidants and Omega-3s wherever he can find them. It’s a particular treat when he can find them in such tasty food. Lee Be Fish Company is not much on ambience in the traditional sense. However, if you want fresh-caught fish that’s tasty and priced right, Lee Be Fish is the place.
You won’t stumble on to Lee Be Fish. It’s off the beaten path, on the road less traveled. If the Sun King knows anything, he knows that makes all the difference. Click on the map below to get directions from your
vacation rental to Lee Be Fish Co.
The restaurant area is described by several TripAdvisor and Yelp reviews as intimately sized with ample space to sit back and relax. Indoor and outdoor dining options are available but some reviews describe the inside area as hot and stuffy. If that is the case, guests can take their order to go.