Fort My­ers

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A Gi­ant Tiki Hut. With its thatched roof and up­per deck, this restau­rant is the ideal place to en­joy the is­land vibe, drinks, food and en­ter­tain­ment. Daiquiris and other rum cock­tails, plus craft beers and wine, are among the bar of­fer­ings. Seafood lovers find plates of grouper and shrimp along with freshly shucked oys­ters, and meat lovers in­dulge in juicy burg­ers and ribs from the smoker. Ev­ery night live mu­sic gets the party started. LD

17501 Harbour Pointe Dr., Fort My­ers, 239-360-2248, bi­mini­bait­


Food for the Epi­curean. Start with Bread Jenga, a toasted bread tower with cheese sauce, mod­eled 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 En­trées,” de­signed to be en­joyed and shared by the en­tire ta­ble. Re­lax in the clean, con­tem­po­rary 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, blan­cen­ter­tain­


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, 239-4891500; 2262 First St., Fort My­ers, 239-362-2843,


More Than Just a Show. For an evening out, con­sider din­ner and a show, all in one place. The fa­cil­ity in­cludes a 450-seat din­ner the­ater, the 100-seat black box Off Broad­way Palm The­atre, the 120-seat Royal Palm din­ing room and the 30-seat Sa­bal Palm lounge area off the lobby. Shows range from Broad­way-in­spired mu­si­cals to edgy per­for­mances to chil­dren’s the­ater. Evening and mati­nee shows are of­fered; most meals are buf­fet with a plated din­ner op­tion Fri­day and Satur­day. Tick­ets can be pur­chased on­line. LD

1380 Colo­nial Blvd., Fort My­ers, 239-278-4422, broad­way­


Au­then­tic and So­phis­ti­cated Korean Cui­sine. A chic set­ting, this is the place for au­then­tic

AYCE (all you can eat) Korean BBQ. The pro­tein se­lec­tions cover land and sea while the ac­com­pa­ny­ing small dishes are sa­vory and sat­is­fy­ing. The menu also in­cludes pop­u­lar kim­chi pan­cakes, beef tar­tar that has a sweet edge, and sexy veg­etable dishes for plant-based din­ers. The small sushi bar pre­pares rolls edo-style, while the cock­tail bar is known for craft cre­ations and dozens of wines by the glass. Good for groups and cel­e­bra­tions. L, D

7091 Col­lege Park­way, Fort My­ers, 239-771-8818, em­ber­fort­my­


The Taste is in the Details. The dé­cor takes you back to the 1920s, when Henry Ford walked these parts, and the menu in­cludes burg­ers such as the Model “A” and the Low Carb-ure­tor. Fresh Black Angus beef topped with ev­ery­thing from arugula to fried egg will make your mouth wa­ter, and the craft beer menu in­cludes such names as Kona Big Wave and Goose Is­land 312. LD

2207 First St., Fort My­ers, 239-332-3673, fords­


Link­ing Through Global Food and Mu­sic. This dimly lit cav­ernous restau­rant has a very cool vibe. Clus­ters of so­fas and a long bar en­cour­age min­gling. The menu goes in­ter­na­tional with of­fer­ings from tacos and sushi to poke bowls and all-Amer­i­can burg­ers. Hand­crafted cock­tails, a menu of spe­cially cre­ated Lynq Mules, and craft beers from Florida brew­eries make drink­ing here an ad­ven­ture. Live mu­sic on se­lect nights. LD

16230 Sum­mer­lin Road, Fort My­ers, 239-204-9345,


Agent Fish. The food here is tried and true. Sal­ads, along with fish, steak and pasta dishes, have been pleas­ing palates since 1982. Soup or salad ac­com­pany all din­ners, just like in the good old days. Early din­ers catch good deals from 4-7 p.m. Cozy booths, fish art and nau­ti­cal details give this restau­rant a sea­far­ing vibe. D

13451-16 McGre­gor Blvd., Fort My­ers, 239489-2226, prawn­bro­ker­fort­my­


Head of the Class. This place at­tracts the seafood, steak and mar­tini crowd. They come for a pri­vate club at­mos­phere and a well-bal­anced menu, with weekly spe­cials. Theater­go­ers of­ten stop in for cock­tails or din­ner. Early din­ers find good deals from 4-7 p.m. 7790 Cy­press Lake Drive, Fort My­ers. 239-437-4377, uni­ver­si­ty­ D

7790 Cy­press Lake Drive, Fort My­ers, 239-437-4377, uni­ver­si­ty­

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