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For weeks, the owners of Nannie’s Fish Camp & Chicken Champ threw a big party to celebrate the opening of the new Fallston restaurant, but it turns out that life had other plans. Johnny Ray and Tyler Jones, who run the popular Honey Hog farm-to-table restaurant just three miles down the road, were due to …

Owen’s Fish Camp in downtown Sarasota is on hold due to concern over the spread of the coronavirus, which causes COVID-19 disease. This content is provided free of charge as a public service to our readers during the coronavirus outbreak. Please support local journalism by subscribing to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. Some of Sarasota’s most popular …

When the announcement came last week that a second Owen’s Fish Camp would be located at Lakewood Ranch, fans of the restaurant wondered if the owners would try to recapture the same quaint and intimate feel of the Sarasota location. “It’s going to be a place people want to go for sure,” said Paul Caragiulo, …

The popular downtown seafood restaurant in Sarasota will join the Center Point development of Lakewood Ranch. SARASOTA – After a decade in business, one of downtown Sarasota’s most popular restaurants has announced plans to expand its business to Lakewood Ranch. Owen’s Fish Camp, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary in the downtown Burns Court neighborhood …

Co-owner Rob Caragiulo announced on Tuesday that a second Owen’s Fish Camp will be opened as part of CASTO’s development in Lakewood Ranch. The original Owen’s Fish Camp opened in 2010 at Burns Court in Sarasota. According to a statement on Facebook, the restaurant is known for its “Florida Cracker decor” and bluegrass music. “It …

BLANCHARD SPRINGS – After fall, winter is my favorite time to go camping. Campgrounds are vacant. There are no bugs. A hot meal tastes better in the cold, and there is no cold that a large campfire and a good sleeping bag cannot heal. Bill Eldridge of Benton suggested a December camp in October. Some …

Southern Table Hospitality, owner of North Beach, Palm Valley and Julington Creek Fish Camps, will add a fourth location in downtown St. Augustine by mid-January. Ben and Liza Groshell own the restaurants. In addition to the fishing camps, they own Marker 32 at 14549 Beach Blvd. along the Intracoastal Waterway and Valley Smoke Restaurant at …

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Question: What can you tell us about Gabe’s Fish Camp restaurant in Dothan? Responnse: According to Polk’s City Directory of 1955, the restaurant was located at that time on Enterprise Road (US 84 West), a continuation of West Main Street from the city limits. The owners were named Darwin “Gabe” and Elizabeth S. Heeter, who …

Question: What can you tell us about Gabe’s Fish Camp restaurant in Dothan? Reply: According to Polk’s City Directory of 1955, the restaurant was located at that time on Enterprise Road (US 84 West), a continuation of West Main Street from the city limits. The owners were named Darwin “Gabe” and Elizabeth S. Heeter, who …