Hemingway’s Island Grill: The Dinner Bell Tolls. Inside, it looks manly, like “Papa” himself, lined with dark wood, photos of Hemingway, and bright, tropical paintings. Outside, tables overlook the fountain pond at Coconut Point. The extensive menu takes advantage of the kitchen’s grill with steaks, pork, salmon, and more, doctored with Cuban and other Caribbean influences. Good choices include
" Wine makes daily living easier, less hurried, with fewer tensions and more tolerance." ~ Benjamin Franklin
lobster bisque, conch chowder, coconut shrimp, filet Portobello, and key- lime pie. The bar menu lists thirteen select rums, but spice- heads should go for the Absolut Peppar Bloody Mary. The Shops at Coconut Point, Estero, 239- 4957240, hemingwaysislandgrill.com. L, D.