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New & Notable Fort Myers Restaurants
Hot, new Fort Myers restaurants & notable dining experiences you shouldn't miss.
The Lani Kai Island Resort is the most famous place to party on Fort Myers Beach, particularly known for raucous spring break bashes. Now the resort, with its flashy Hawaiian facade, has a respectable rooftop restaurant. The Island View has been remodeled from top to bottom, offering a wood-fired oven, a raw bar and the best view on the beach. Read more »All New & Notable Fort Myers Restaurants »
The Blue Coyote is one of the newest dining additions to Sanibel Island. The sister restaurant in Fort Myers is a members-only supper club, known for its small, quality menu and boutique, California wine list. Now locals and tourists alike can experience the winning combination and cool atmosphere without paying a membership, just a six-dollar toll to get onto the island. Read more »All New & Notable Fort Myers Restaurants »
About Fort Myers, FL Restaurants
With a thriving restaurant scene, the Fort Myers area aims to please with a surprising array of offerings in a range of cuisines. Downtown Fort Myers and the surrounding islands and beaches serve up some of the most delectable European dishes in Southwest Florida. Cibo delights the palate with its Italian offerings, while Blue Windows Bistro brings elegant French to the table and the Austrian-German Restaurant serves up schnitzel that's to die for.
Those looking for a more American style meal won't be disappointed by the authentic New England-style seafood at The Clam Bake, or the ultimate in Southern comfort food served up by the likes of Veranda and Fancy's Southern Cafe.
For the more adventurous eaters, Fort Myers hosts a range of ethnic cuisines. Whether the spices of Asian cuisine tickle your tongue or you prefer the exotic flavors of South America, there is a restaurant for you. You can easily find Chinese, Japanese or Mexican cuisine, as well as the slightly less common Vietnamese, Thai, Indian, Peruvian, Caribbean offerings.
- Fort Myers Expert Rachael Taft