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Café de Marco dining, 2012

Sieu-Ai Koh and Pat Doucette pretend to fight over their cafe puff dessert. Cafe de Marco, at the island's northern end, is celebrating 29 years in business with a special menu. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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Sieu-Ai Koh and Pat Doucette pretend to fight over their cafe puff dessert. Cafe de Marco, at the island's northern end, is celebrating 29 years in business with a special menu. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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  • Owner Sandra Franchino, right, greets guest Pat Doucette. Cafe de Marco, at the island's northern end, is celebrating 29 years in business with a special menu. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Kathi and Harry Arons share a toast with Frank Murphy. Cafe de Marco, at the island's northern end, is celebrating 29 years in business with a special menu. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Sieu-Ai Koh and Pat Doucette pretend to fight over their cafe puff dessert. Cafe de Marco, at the island's northern end, is celebrating 29 years in business with a special menu. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Bruce and Micaela Slawitsky get some personal attention from owner Sandy Franchino. Cafe de Marco, at the island's northern end, is celebrating 29 years in business with a special menu. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Gillian and Kirit Antani, front, dine with Linda and Jack Nutting. Cafe de Marco, at the island's northern end, is celebrating 29 years in business with a special menu. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The restaurant is decorated in warm apricot and mauve. Cafe de Marco, at the island's northern end, is celebrating 29 years in business with a special menu. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

While restaurants come and go with sometimes dizzying speed, Café de Marco came and stayed. The eatery is celebrating 29 years on Marco Island, under the same ownership and in the same location.
The menu is heavy on seafood dishes, as befits a restaurant on a tropical island. Meat lovers have a number of tempting choices, and only vegetarians are likely to feel constrained, with a single “vegetarian’s delight” plus salads from which to choose.

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