Deciding on where to dine out requires considering who is going to be around the table as much as what will be on it. Are there children in the mix?
When hunger calls
Places to Eat in Fort Myers
There's seafood aplenty and so much more to devour and enjoy around the islands, beaches and neighborhoods of Fort Myers.
There’s nothing like a pleasure cruise along the Caloosahatchee, the Intracoastal, or the Gulf of Mexico to work up an appetite.
Barbecue is a lot like pizza and Chinese food – everyone has a favorite and yours won’t necessarily be the same as mine. There’s Texas barbecue, famous for its brisket smoked over oak and served sans sauce.
Sure, you can find beer on virtually every menu in the region. But for the real aficionado, all beers are not created equal.
When it comes to enjoying the outdoors in Florida, luxuriant beaches and lush golf courses are likely the first scenes that come to mind. But in Fort Myers, dining outdoors is every bit as popular a pastime as sunbathing and
I’ve lived in the Fort Myers area for more than four decades.
Brunch. It’s a small word but one loaded with meaning. It’s neither breakfast nor lunch, but rather a combination of the two. It’s typically eaten later than the former and earlier than the latter. But not necessarily.