Food for the Epicurean. Start with Bread Jenga, a toasted bread tower with cheese sauce, modelled after the popular game and almost as fun! Then choose an entrée from the Robata grill, such as Lamb Lollipops with roasted garlic and rosemar y reduction, or the Octopus S& S, ser ved with sweet habanero sauce. Blanc’s menu also includes “Almost Entrees,” designed to be enjoyed and shared by the entire table. Relax in the clean, contemporar y ambience as you savor the creations of Chris Whitaker and Chef Jean Claude Roge, whose talents lift Blanc above its peers. Closed Sundays.
13451 McGregor Blvd., Ste. 10, Fort Myers, 239-887-3139, blancentertainment.com
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, 239-489-1500; 2262 First St., Fort Myers, 239-362-2843, blusushi.com
Agent Fish. The food here is tried and true. Salads, along with fish, steak and pasta dishes, have been pleasing palates since 1 982. Soup or salad accompany all dinners, just like in the good old days. Early diners catch good deals from 4-7pm. Cozy booths, fish art and nautical details give this restaurant a seafaring vibe.
13451-16 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers, 239-489-2226, prawnbrokerfortmyers.com
You Deserve This. Chef Richard Howze’s depth of experience is displayed on each plate, whether you choose a perfect Filet Mignon or the mouthwatering Captain’s Coubion, which features fish medallions in a rich seafood stock, ser ved with gulf shrimp, Pine Island clams, and more! Using only the highest-quality locally grown ingredients, he makes each meal a masterpiece of flavor . The incredible waterfront views provide the perfect backdrop for your dining experience, and if you visit on Friday or Saturday evening, you’ll be treated to live music. BLD
17501 Harbour Pointe Drive, Fort Myers. 239-466-5377, summerlinjakes.com