Deep Lagoon Seafood restaurant relocating this month in North Naples

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Deep Lagoon Seafood is relocating less than 2 miles south in North Naples this month to the outparcel restaurant space Ruby Tuesday’s formerly occupied for decades in the Marketplace at Pelican Bay. Ahead of the move, Phelan Family Brands on May 17 plans to close the Naples Park location of Deep Lagoon it launched in 2016 in the former home of Randy’s Fishmarket Restaurant. The local restaurant plans to reopen May 25 in the larger location with more indoor and outdoor dining space, said Grant Phelan, CEO of Phelan Family Brands. The Phelans have extensively refurbished the building Ruby Tuesday’s chain vacated three years ago at 8777 Tamiami Trail N., just south of Vanderbilt Beach Road. Deep Lagoon has two other locations in Fort Myers and Marco Island. 

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