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Dave’s Top Picks - Fort Myers

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Dave’s Top Picks - Fort Myers

Coconut Jack's Waterfront Grille is an award-winning waterfront restaurant just strides away from Bonita Beach overlooking the Back Bay.
Rating: 4 - ‎820 reviews - ‎Price range: $11-30 Mahi Tacos, Fish Tacos, Grouper Sandwich, Stuffed Grouper, King Crab Legs, Fried Grouper Basket, Shrimp Basket, Scallop Basket. ... Favorite place in Bonita Springs and one of the top restaurants in the area as far as I am concerned......
My favorite great view right on the beach, good night life band starts at 9 every night, they have a formal restaurant named Gulf Shore Grill and a beach bar and a trendy new restaurant named Shuckers and of course the time less well know Cottage bar. All at one location parking on site.
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Shucker's at the Gulfshore and The Cottage Bar
1250 Estero Blvd
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My favorite great view right on the beach, good night life band starts at 9 every night, they have a formal restaurant named Gulf Shore Grill and a beach bar and a trendy new restaurant named Shuckers and of course the time less well know Cottage bar. All at one location parking on site.
A local favorite in business for over 45 years. The food and service are outstanding. They are known for their amazing salad bar!
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Charley's Boathouse Grill
6241 Estero Boulevard
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A local favorite in business for over 45 years. The food and service are outstanding. They are known for their amazing salad bar!
Fashioned after a classic Florida fish house, this favorite Fort Myers Beach restaurant, which began life in 1937 as a market selling mullet, snapper, clams, and oysters, has a stunning view of Matanzas Harbor. It’s not just waterfront dining—the restaurant patio actually sits out over the water. Grab a spot outside on the extensive dock and sup on the “pink gold,” the nickname that was given to the local fresh shrimp that are as plentiful as sunsets. You can also choose among a selection of freshly caught fish including grouper, mahi-mahi, snapper, and other Gulf fish. With a tin roof and no windows, this open-air restaurant has weathered hurricane winds, tidal surges, and more. The Dixie Fish Co. also offers live music most evenings.
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Dixie Fish Co.
714 Fishermans Wharf
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Fashioned after a classic Florida fish house, this favorite Fort Myers Beach restaurant, which began life in 1937 as a market selling mullet, snapper, clams, and oysters, has a stunning view of Matanzas Harbor. It’s not just waterfront dining—the restaurant patio actually sits out over the water. Grab a spot outside on the extensive dock and sup on the “pink gold,” the nickname that was given to the local fresh shrimp that are as plentiful as sunsets. You can also choose among a selection of freshly caught fish including grouper, mahi-mahi, snapper, and other Gulf fish. With a tin roof and no windows, this open-air restaurant has weathered hurricane winds, tidal surges, and more. The Dixie Fish Co. also offers live music most evenings.
This cottage restaurant, which appears to have been transported from a Caribbean island, is justifiably famous. As such, it’s always busy—expect to wait in line to try the biscuits. Are they worth the wait? Yes—especially given what’s served alongside them, options that range from your typical eggs, bacon, smoked sausage or honey ham to a salmon steak, ahi tuna, fried chicken, or a country fried steak. The Heavenly Biscuit is open for breakfast/brunch and lunch but only takes cash. Fortunately, there’s an ATM in the restaurant if you get carried away.
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Heavenly Biscuits
110 Mango Street
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This cottage restaurant, which appears to have been transported from a Caribbean island, is justifiably famous. As such, it’s always busy—expect to wait in line to try the biscuits. Are they worth the wait? Yes—especially given what’s served alongside them, options that range from your typical eggs, bacon, smoked sausage or honey ham to a salmon steak, ahi tuna, fried chicken, or a country fried steak. The Heavenly Biscuit is open for breakfast/brunch and lunch but only takes cash. Fortunately, there’s an ATM in the restaurant if you get carried away.
build your own burger option had so many choices and making the selections is as much fun as eating it. The food is amazing, service is excellent and prices are reasonable. Just take note that they close at 9 pm most night. Go early.
Edelweiss Burger
1365 Estero Blvd
build your own burger option had so many choices and making the selections is as much fun as eating it. The food is amazing, service is excellent and prices are reasonable. Just take note that they close at 9 pm most night. Go early.
Must Visit
Popular beautiful white sand beaches, warm water, excellent shelling, a plethora of shorebirds, and spectacular sunsets are the highlights of a visit to Fort Myers Beach.
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Fort Myers Beach
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Popular beautiful white sand beaches, warm water, excellent shelling, a plethora of shorebirds, and spectacular sunsets are the highlights of a visit to Fort Myers Beach.
Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, shelling, fishing, hiking, bicycling, wildlife watching, canoeing/kayaking and more.
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Lovers Key State Park
8700 Estero Boulevard
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Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, shelling, fishing, hiking, bicycling, wildlife watching, canoeing/kayaking and more.
This must-see among Fort Myers attractions is a refuge for these gentle sea cows, a spot where you can paddle among manatees and observe them in their natural environment. But there’s a caveat: They have to choose to be in the area. And, of course, because this is a non-captive environment, there’s also no guarantee you’ll see them. Your best chances for seeing families of manatees here are when the temperatures drop during the winter months when the water gets colder in the gulf and stays warmer in these shallower waters. Rent watercraft from the onsite outfitter, Calusa Blueway Outfitters & Gift Shop. The staff offers educational programs, including how to approach and leave manatee areas, plus fish and butterfly identification tips. Other park features include fishing opportunities, playgrounds, picnic areas, restrooms, walking paths, and a butterfly garden with native plants that serve as a model program for others.
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Lee County Manatee Park
10901 Palm Beach Blvd
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This must-see among Fort Myers attractions is a refuge for these gentle sea cows, a spot where you can paddle among manatees and observe them in their natural environment. But there’s a caveat: They have to choose to be in the area. And, of course, because this is a non-captive environment, there’s also no guarantee you’ll see them. Your best chances for seeing families of manatees here are when the temperatures drop during the winter months when the water gets colder in the gulf and stays warmer in these shallower waters. Rent watercraft from the onsite outfitter, Calusa Blueway Outfitters & Gift Shop. The staff offers educational programs, including how to approach and leave manatee areas, plus fish and butterfly identification tips. Other park features include fishing opportunities, playgrounds, picnic areas, restrooms, walking paths, and a butterfly garden with native plants that serve as a model program for others.
https://www.visitflorida.com/en-us/cities/sanibel-island.html
Sanibel Island Located along the Gulf of Mexico, just a short drive from Fort Myers, Sanibel Island is justly famed for its sunsets, lighthouse and luxurious resorts. By far, the most popular activity on Sanibel Island is shelling – you barely can walk a step on the beach without indulging in the so-called "Sanibel Stoop" to search for shells. But there is so much else to do on Sanibel Island – fine accommodations, luscious dining (seafood, of course!), fishing, boating, and just plain relaxation, a chance to get away from the hurly burly, a chance to draw closer to nature.
Learn about the surprising entrepreneurial history of Fort Myers at these side-by-side estates, where inventors Thomas A. Edison and Henry Ford spent their winters inventing, gallivanting, and socializing. Today, the historic buildings have been preserved and include Edison’s Botanic Research Laboratory and the Edison Ford Museum. Take specialty tours (inventions, antique cars), or explore 20 acres of botanical gardens that include Edison’s thousands of experimental research plants and the family’s fruit trees. Grab a bite at Pinchers at The Marina at Edison Ford; or sign up for an art or gardening workshop. After you leave, be sure to drive down majestic McGregor Boulevard. Formerly a road for cattle driving, it’s now a wonderfully scenic two-lane street planted on both sides with Royal Palms.
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Edison & Ford Winter Estates
2350 McGregor Boulevard
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Learn about the surprising entrepreneurial history of Fort Myers at these side-by-side estates, where inventors Thomas A. Edison and Henry Ford spent their winters inventing, gallivanting, and socializing. Today, the historic buildings have been preserved and include Edison’s Botanic Research Laboratory and the Edison Ford Museum. Take specialty tours (inventions, antique cars), or explore 20 acres of botanical gardens that include Edison’s thousands of experimental research plants and the family’s fruit trees. Grab a bite at Pinchers at The Marina at Edison Ford; or sign up for an art or gardening workshop. After you leave, be sure to drive down majestic McGregor Boulevard. Formerly a road for cattle driving, it’s now a wonderfully scenic two-lane street planted on both sides with Royal Palms.