NAVIGATION

September 24, 2017
Bridging the gap: Restaurants in Fort Myers-Cape Coral grow beyond the familiar

Photo:

Mix Rocktails Mediterranean octopus in cilantro butter.

Florida Dining

Bridging the gap: Restaurants in Fort Myers-Cape Coral grow beyond the familiar

Chris Sherman | 7/26/2017

McGregor Boulevard and Tamiami Trail are still the main drags of the Fort Myers-Cape Coral corridor, weighed down with the familiar. But these days dining on both sides of the Caloosahatchee River has become thoroughly modern, stacked with clever small plates and tiny new venues full of so much pork, octopus, charcuterie and fennel I thought gourmet smugglers had a hidden tunnel to Portland and Brooklyn.

ALSO IN THIS ARTICLE: Jean Claude Roge; Azure; Joe Pittman; Fish & Vine; Harold Balink; Nevermind Awesome Bar and Eatery; Mix Rocktails and Tapas Bar; Danger, Danger; Nice Guys Beer & Pizza Lounge; Point 57

 

Want to read the whole article?

Select from the following options:

EXISTING
DIGITAL
SUBSCRIBERS

Access Article Now!

DIGITAL
SINGLE
ISSUE

Get a single DIGITAL copy of this issue

$4.95

PRINT
SINGLE
ISSUE

Get a single PRINT copy of this issue

$4.95
plus $3 postage & handling

PRINT SUBSCRIPTION

One year in PRINT

$14.98*
plus a FREE gift!

DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION

One year DIGITAL

$14.98*
plus a FREE gift!

ALL ACCESS SUBSCRIPTION

One year Combo
PRINT + DIGITAL

$24.95*
plus a FREE gift!


CURRENT  PRINT  SUBSCRIBERS

If you are already a print subscriber,
ADD DIGITAL EDITION ACCESS
to your existing subscription here!
(or call our office at 727-892-2643)

* offer valid for new subscribers only

Tags: Dining & Travel

Digital Access

DIRECT DIGITAL ACCESS
Add digital to your current subscription, purchase a single digital issue, or start a new subscription to Florida Trend.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
An overview of the features and articles in this month's issue of Florida Trend.

ACCESS THIS ISSUE »

Florida Business News

Florida Trend Video Pick

Why Florida Residents Couldn’t Use Solar Power After Irma Knocked Out The Power
Why Florida Residents Couldn’t Use Solar Power After Irma Knocked Out The Power

In Florida, even though many residents without electricity own solar panels, they couldn’t use them as backup after Hurricane Irma knocked out power.

Earlier Videos | Viewpoints@FloridaTrend

Ballot Box

Are you thinking of freezing your credit, after the massive Equifax hack?

  • Yes, and already done so
  • Yes, thinking of it
  • Unsure, need to understand issue better
  • No

See Results

Ballot Box
Subscribe