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ORDER THIS: Franky & Louie’s Key West Cobb Salad With Ahi Tuna

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Whether you prefer surf and turf or a beefy burger, Franky and Louie’s has something to satisfy every palate. Diners enjoy an eclectic mix of food options that include filet mignon tips, Key West Cobb salad, stickless kabobs, sandwiches, pizza and award-winning chicken wings. New to the menu in 2020 are Buffalo chicken pizza, tropical Caesar salad with choice of tuna, shrimp or chicken, and New Orleans jambalaya.

Signature Dish: Key West Cobb Salad With Ahi Tuna

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Franky and Louie’s Key West Cobb Salad is like the flamboyant cousin of its traditional counterpart. Bursting with color and tropical flavors, every bite tastes like a Caribbean sunset. This delectable dish is a mix of savory spring greens with juicy sweet diced mango, cucumbers, tomatoes and black beans topped with slices of seared blackened ahi tuna. Add a splash of the house-made pineapple vinaigrette and then try to take a bite without closing your eyes. Trust us, you will want to savor every bite.

Much more than a water bar 

Franky and Louie’s is the kind of place where you stop for lunch and end up staying for the day.

In addition to relaxing or splashing in the beachfront wading pool, kayaks, canoes, boats, wave runners and paddleboards are available for rental. The complex also has cabins and campsites available. The Beach Treats ice cream shop serves up cones, floats, shakes and the ever-popular dipping dots. Plus, you will find a newly expanded line of clothing and accessories in Franky and Louie’s gift shop. 

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On Friday and Saturday afternoons, the beach comes alive with music,  compliments of a DJ spinning tunes from a thatched-roofed treehouse. Plus, the venue plays host to numerous live acts throughout the season. 

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With food, fun and boat slips aplenty, a trip to Franky and Louie’s is a must when you visit the Lake.


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