If you like to sleep in on the weekends, chances are you also love a good brunch; a little bit of breakfast and a little bit of lunch.
Eggs are always a big hit on brunch menus, and almost all restaurants serve some kind of omelet, quiche or benedict. At Twisted Vine, a downtown Fort Myers food wine bar, the cured ham on the traditional eggs benedict is replaced with lox, then topped with a citrus hollandaise sauce.
A liquid highlight of brunch involves more than a hot cup of coffee. Take for instance a cold glass with Champagne mimosas (bottomless at The Standard) or vodka and Bloody Mary’s. At the Blue Coyote Sanibel, you’re Bloody Mary comes with a skewer of deviled eggs and two pieces of thick bacon, a meal in itself.
If you’re looking for good food and tasty libations for a Sunday brunch, try one of these 10Best on for size, in addition all but one spot on the list has outdoor seating for you to enjoy the balmy Southwest Florida weather.