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The osprey on Pelican Bend's roof could be hoping to spy a fish swimming in Johnson Bay.

Jenine C. Ouillette/Special to the Eagle

The osprey on Pelican Bend's roof could be hoping to spy a fish swimming in Johnson Bay.

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  • The osprey on Pelican Bend's roof could be hoping to spy a fish swimming in Johnson Bay.
  • The colorful pelican flag and Pelican Bend doorway mat sends out a welcome invitation to passing walkers-by and automobiles.
  • The Pelican Bend's main dining room gives the impression of being submerged in cool blue tropical waters.
  • Pelican end Executive Chef Jeff Detwiller stirs up a kettleful of Captain Birdie's Florida Seafood Chowder.
  • Pelican Bend's reception desk isn't always this tranquil, because it's first come, first served at the popular restaurant.

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