Desti­na­tion Shop­ping Out­side the Box SPE­CIAL SEC­TION

Con­ve­nience, va­ri­ety, and el­e­gance await shop­pers at Co­conut Point Mall

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Co­conut Point is South­west Florida’s pre­mier open- air shop­ping desti­na­tion and the epi­cen­ter of a five- hun­dred- acre mas­ter planned com­mu­nity. This unique, pet- friendly prop­erty of­fers more than 140 spe­cialty stores and restau­rants nes­tled within sev­eral acres of lakes. Co­conut Point is the per­fect place to gather, shop, dine, work, and play in an open, Main Street– style shop­ping desti­na­tion, with Mediter­ranean Re­vival ar­chi­tec­ture that fits grace­fully with the fla­vor of South­west Florida.

Con­ve­niently lo­cated near Fort My­ers and Naples, Co­conut Point fea­tures spe­cialty shops that in­clude Bos­ton Proper, Dil­lard’s, Ap­ple Store, Ba­nana Repub­lic, Brighton Col­lectibles, Brook­stone, Clarks, Cold­wa­ter Creek, Guess, Hol­lis­ter Co., J. Crew, Lucky Brand Jeans, White House/ Black Mar­ket, and West Elm. Guests can find stores here for ev­ery­one— the young fam­ily, trav­el­ing cou­ple, or sin­gle en­tre­pre­neur.

Din­ing op­tions vary from sim­ple snacks to full- ser­vice restau­rants; from the el­e­gant Ruth’s Chris Steak House and new South Fork Grille to fam­ily fa­vorites like Ted’s Mon­tana Grill, Bice Grand Cafe, and Cal­i­for­nia Pizza Kitchen. The mall also of­fers ca­sual, grab- and- go choices, such as Five Guys Burg­ers and Fries, Pan­era Bread, and Sub­way. Ad­di­tion­ally, guests can en­joy the live out­door en­ter­tain­ment that plays reg­u­larly on the pa­tio near the Lake Shops’ Pag­elli’s, or make it din­ner and a movie at the six­teen- screen Re­gal Cine­mas Hol­ly­wood The­aters.

Have a crav­ing for some­thing sweet? Häa­gen- Dazs, Nes­tle Toll­house, Yo­gurt Moun­tain, TCBY, Mrs. Fields Cook­ies, and Grace & Shelly’s Cup­cakes all are avail­able to suit any sweet tooth. Stop by re­fresh­ing, pick- me- up restau­rants like Star­bucks, Te­vana, or Pan­era Bread if you are in need of caf­feine or a quick snack.

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