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Gramma Dot's offers a marvelous lunch and dinner menu serving our customers seven days a week from
"Sanibel's only Seaside Saloon" where you can leisurely dine dockside at the Sanibel Marina. Menu features
full line of "ONLY FRESH" seafood, salads, sandwiches and more. Appropriate dress required.

Check in with Dockmaster for lunch slip, monitor VHF 16 or come and spend a night or two.

Open daily: 11:15 am, for dinner arrive before 8 pm. Contact us at (239) 472-8138
Closed Christmas Day & for 3 weeks in September
Winner of the Taste of the Island "People's Choice Award" seven years in a row

Our Gramma Dot came to Sanibel in 1963
Born at the turn of the century, Gramma Dot (Dorothy Stearns) was a women ahead of her time. Dot loved an adventure. As a teenager, she traveled the world by ship with her family. She rode camels in Egypt, rode horses and played billiards in the Wild West. She was an avid sailor who loved the sea and logged many hours exploring Long Island’s Great South Bay. In the late 50’s, her sea explorations brought her to Sanibel. In 1963, by then a widow, she moved alone to Sanibel --a sleepy little island where most people didn’t wear shoes; and when people passed in cars, they always waved. Gramma Dot was a woman of many talents with a zest for life. She was a ballroom dancer, published author, painter and an amazingly creative maker of “shell-things”. She was loved dearly by all her friends and family for her energy, creativity, and positive attitude. Gramma Dot, an inspiration to generations of heirs, was a gentle, gracious lady, a giant of a lady within the family of Irelands. The restaurant was named after Gramma Dot by her son Myton Ireland.

From causeway turn left on Periwinkle. Then left on N Yachtsman Drive into Sanibel Marina (fourth street on left).



TEL (239) 472-2723

FAX (239) 472-5870