Bonita Springs

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OLD 41 Just Like Home ... Es­pe­cially for those from Philly. The corned-beef hash, pan­cakes with freshly sliced ba­nanas or straw­ber­ries and Car­bon’s malted Bel­gian waf­fles ac­com­pa­nied by fresh­ground Colom­bian cof­fee are rea­son to come for break­fast. Pop in for lunch and it’s the Philly cheeses­teak, hands down. BL 25091 Bern­wood Drive, Bonita Springs, 239-948-4123, old41rest.com PINCH­ERS CRAB SHACK Gulf to Ta­ble. Fresh, cut-to-or­der fries; made-from­scratch slaw; a deca­dently rich, hot cheese-and-crab dip; and full-on fruity, trop­i­cal cock­tails com­ple­ment the fresh­est seafood on the coast. LD Mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions through­out Southwest Florida: 28580 Bonita Cross­ings Blvd., Bonita Springs, 239-9481313; 18100 San Car­los Blvd., Fort My­ers Beach, 239-415-8973; 6890 Es­tero Blvd., Fort My­ers Beach, 239-463-2909; 2360 West First St., Fort My­ers, 239-245-7049; 10029 Gulf Cen­ter Drive, Fort My­ers, 239-415-4040; 5991 Sil­ver King Blvd., Cape Coral, FL 33914, 239-540-7939; and 1200 Fifth Ave. South, Naples, 239-434-6616, pinch­er­scrab­shack.com SANI­BEL FISH HOUSE Tried and True. Fresh seafood en­trées on the all-day menu range from sand­wiches and sal­ads to fried bas­kets and house spe­cial­ties, such as seared tuna with rice cakes and sea­weed salad. The salmon can be or­dered broiled, grilled, black­ened or Ja­maican jerked. LD 4685 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, 239-4955770; 1523 Peri­win­kle Way, Sani­bel, 239-472-7770; and 320 Old San Car­los Blvd., Fort My­ers Beach, 239-765-6766, the­fish­house­r­estau­rants.com

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