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A Guide to Din­ing in SW Florida


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4040; 5501 Palmer Cross­ing Cir­cle, Sara­sota, 941- 922- 1515; and 1200 5th Av­enue South, Naples, 239- 434- 6616, pinch­er­scrab­shack.com


A Sunny De­light. The great menu fea­tures wood- fired spe­cial­ties and seafood, such as the duck breast with roasted corn and por­to­bello mush­room rel­ish, and the pan- seared Florida red snap­per pic­cata. L D 8700 Gladiolus Drive, Fort My­ers, 239- 489- 2233, sun­shine­grillefm.com


Fort My­ers Il­lu­mi­nati. This restau­rant hon­ors its leg­endary name­sake ge­nius, Thomas Edi­son, with a dis­play of his­toric pho­tos. The menu is steeped in Amer­i­can culi­nary tra­di­tion, with dishes like the sig­na­ture chicken pot pie re­ceiv­ing raves from din­ers. L D 3583 McGregor Blvd., Fort My­ers, 239- 936- 9348, edis­onfl. com


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 to 5: 30pm. Cozy booths, fish art and nau­ti­cal de­tails give this restau­rant a sea­far­ing vibe. D 13451- 16 McGregor Blvd., Fort My­ers, 239- 489- 2226, prawn­bro­ker. com


Head of the Class. This place gets the business crowd at lunch and the beau­ti­ful the­ater­go­ers at din­ner. They come for a “pri­vate club” at­mos­phere and a happy bal­ance of seafood and steaks. L D 7790 Cy­press Lake Drive, Fort My­ers, 239- 437- 4377, prawn­bro­ker. com

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