Fisheries Dockside

Fisheries Logo Tarpon Fish
Fisheries Logo Tarpon Fish
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DOCKSIDE DINING

Fisheries Dockside (at 15th Street Fisheries) is a casual waterfront experience featuring lunch, dinner and drinks inside or outside on the open dockside terraces. Each table has a view of the waterway with boats passing by and coming into Lauderdale Marina. On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays live  music is presented outside. The water taxi stops here hourly, and feeding the giant tarpon fish directly from is fun for the whole family!

AQUA BAR

For creative cocktails, beers on tap and an excellent wine selection, Aqua Bar at Fisheries Dockside is the most popular waterfront choice in South Florida featuring a lighted bar top that changes color with the season and time of day, all with the backdrop of boats and megayachts on the waterway. Sports can be watched on several big screens!

Glowing Aqua Bar with wine glasses and beer tap handles and sports TV screen above
Live music entertainer Evan Grushka singing and playing guitar with waterway in background
LIVE MUSIC

The live music schedule at Fisheries Dockside offers performances by a variety of local entertainers, each with a big following. The waterfront music makes this whole scene come alive with favorites performed from a cross-section of genres, all with the backdrop of boats and lights on the Intracoastal Waterway. Call 954-763-2777 for details about the current dates and performers.

FEED THE TARPON

Join the fun in our marina where you can feed the giant tarpon that live beneath our docks. That's right, you'll feed the tarpon with shrimp available for purchase in the marina's adjacent dock store. Interacting with these amazing sea creatures is one of the most popular and unique attractions in the South Florida area. It's fun for the whole family!

You can also watch the tarpon feedings on our dock cam here on the Fisheries website.

Dockside Glow Tarpon Feeding attraction on the docks of Lauderdale Marina
The Lauderdale Marina boat basin at the Fisheries dock where guests are feeding the tarpon fish in the glowing water below