Fort My­ers

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BLANC

Food for the Epicurean. Start with Bread Jenga, a toasted bread tower with cheese sauce, mod­elled af­ter the pop­u­lar game and al­most as fun! Then choose an en­trée from the Ro­bata grill, such as Lamb Lol­lipops with roasted gar­lic and rose­mary re­duc­tion, or the Oc­to­pus S&S, served with sweet ha­banero sauce. Blanc’s menu also in­cludes “Al­most En­trees,” de­signed to be en­joyed and shared by the en­tire table. Re­lax in the clean, con­tem­po­rar y am­bi­ence as you sa­vor the cre­ations of Chris Whi­taker and Chef Jean Claude Roge, whose tal­ents lift Blanc above its peers. Closed Sun­days. D

13451 McGre­gor Blvd, Ste. 10, Fort My­ers, 239-887-3139, blan­cen­ter­tain­ment.com

BLU SUSHI

Cobalt Cool. An in­cred­i­ble va­ri­ety of sushi and out­ra­geous cock­tails high­light the menu, but there are also tasty choices for din­ers who pre­fer steak and chicken. LD

13451 McGre­gor Blvd., Fort My­ers, 239-489-1500; 2262 First St., Fort My­ers, 239-362-2843, blusushi.com

THE PRAWNBROKER

Agent Fish. The food here is tried and true. Sal­ads, along with fish, steak and pasta dishes, have been pleas­ing palates since 1 982. Soup or salad ac­com­pany all din­ners, just like in the good old days. Early din­ers catch good deals from 4-7pm. Cozy booths, fish art and nau­ti­cal de­tails give this restau­rant a sea­far­ing vibe. D

13451-16 McGre­gor Blvd., Fort My­ers, 239-489-2226, prawn­bro­ker­fort­my­ers.com

SUMMERLIN JAKE’S

You De­serve This. Chef Richard Howze’s depth of ex­pe­ri­ence is dis­played on each plate, whether you choose a per­fect Filet Mignon or the mouth­wa­ter­ing Cap­tain’s Coubion, which fea­tures fish medal­lions in a rich seafood stock, served with gulf shrimp, Pine Is­land clams, and more! Us­ing only the high­est- qual­ity lo­cally grown in­gre­di­ents, he makes each meal a mas­ter­piece of fla­vor. The in­cred­i­ble wa­ter­front views pro­vide the per­fect back­drop for your din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, and if you visit on Fri­day or Satur­day evening, you’ll be treated to live mu­sic. BLD

17501 Har­bour Pointe Drive, Fort My­ers. 239-466-5377, sum­mer­lin­jakes.com

UNIVER­SITY GRILL

Head of the Class. This place gets the busi­ness crowd at lunch and the beau­ti­ful theater-go­ers at din­ner. They come for a pri­vate club at­mos­phere and a happy bal­ance of seafood and steaks. Early din­ers will find good deals from 4-7pm. LD

7790 Cy­press Lake Drive, Fort My­ers, 239-437-4377, uni­ver­si­ty­grill.net

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