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Bonita & Estero Magazine - - EPICURIOUS -

RODIZIO GRILL The Brazil­ian Steak­house. Ex­pe­ri­ence the fla­vors of Brazil, with your choice of more than a dozen ro­tis­serie-grilled meats, per­fectly sea­soned and carved ta­ble­side by Rodizio gau­chos! Try the fei­joada, a tra­di­tional Brazil­ian black-bean stew, or aba­caxi, fresh glazed-and-grilled pineap­ple. Don’t for­get to save room for a deca­dent dessert. Lunch is of­fered Fri­day-Sun­day. LD 8017 Plaza del Lago Drive, Suite 101, Es­tero, 239-498-0018, rodiziogrill.com RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE Al­ways a Siz­zling Suc­cess. Vaulted trey ceil­ings and metic­u­lously set white-linen-cov­ered ta­bles set the mood. From petite filets to cow­boy-sized rib eyes, the steaks are ten­der and juicy. Choose from tra­di­tional sides such as creamed spinach and sweet-potato casse­role. D The Shops at Co­conut Point, 23151 Vil­lage Shops Way, Suite 101, Es­tero, 239-948-8888, ruth­schris.com TAR­PON BAY RESTAU­RANT New-Fash­ioned Clas­sic. The Hy­att Re­gency-Co­conut Point de­signed its restau­rant to pay homage to the Old Florida fish­house. At the ce­viche raw bar, you’ll find eight types of raw seafood “cooked” in var­i­ous mari­nades. For en­trées, try the Diver’s Spear, which in­cludes whole red snap­per, Asian slaw, ponzu and cilantro-gin­ger rice. D 5001 Co­conut Road, Es­tero, 239- 444-1234, co­conut­point.hy­att.com TOTI Me­dia, Inc. does its best to en­sure that in­for­ma­tion in this guide is up to date. How­ever, we still en­cour­age our read­ers to call ahead for de­tailed in­for­ma­tion and/or reser­va­tions be­fore vis­it­ing these lo­cal es­tab­lish­ments.

“We all eat, and it would be a sad waste of op­por­tu­nity to eat badly.” —Anna Thomas

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