Experience Ole' Florida
Snook Haven in Venice, FL is a delicious slice of true Old Florida, taking you back to the days before high-rises, interstates and round-abouts. Soak in views of the Myakka River and its bountiful wildlife while you sit in our newly redesigned dining room or outside under shady oak trees draped with Spanish moss.
Hungry? Our backwoods smokehouse menu serves up delicious BBQ and a variety of pork, chicken, shrimp and fresh fish dishes, paired with your favorite frothy locally-brewed craft beer. If you're in the mood for some toe-tappin' live music, check out our live entertainment calendar of blues, country, rock and more.
Venice is a city in Sarasota County, Florida, United States. The city includes what locals call "Venice Island", a portion of the mainland that is accessed via bridges over the artificially created Intracoastal Waterway. The city is located in Southwest Florida. As of the 2020 Census, the city had a population of 25,463. Venice is part of the North Port–Sarasota–Bradenton metropolitan statistical area.
What a pleasant place to have a bite to eat. 1st the people working are so nice and friendly. I felt very welcome. It has an old Florida feel. It sits along the river where people kayak, canoe and boat tours take place. The food was delicious. I had pulled pork, pulled chicken, collards and coleslaw which was all good. My partner had Salmon with baked beans and asparagus. she said everything was great.
Fun spot to get a bite to eat, enjoy a cold beer and listen to a live band. Glorious way to spend an afternoon. The salad was huge and pulled pork sandwich was melt in your mouth tender. The pork is smoky and perfectly seasoned. And, oh my goodness, the homemade chips are not to be missed. Had the best Saturday just sitting around this super comfortable low key Florida location. Down a bumpy gravel road but so worth the trip!
Awesome restaurant right on the myakka. Great food, great service, great atmosphere. Beware of the gators. Definitely would go back again before they demolish the building next year.