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Review for Back Streets Sports Bar by Skip
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Great neighborhood 'casual' bar
Pros: Best happy hour in town
Cons: Music can be way too loud to converse
Review for La Corte Bistro by Skip
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Gourmet dining in the Cape.
Pros: Great attention to detail
Cons: They are working on their wine and spirits mix
Review for Cibo by Skip
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Great spot for a drink and appetizer
Review for Munch Box Plus by Anonymous
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You should give a try worth it. I know.
Review for Morgan House by Anonymous
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Great spot for a date!
Pros: I had an amazingly great steak here, my friend had the paella - also great. Then we went upstairs after dinner for a cocktail at the outdoor bar. Watched the ..
Cons: The servers were a bit reserved but professional, quick and polite.
Review for Grub Cab Restaurant Delivery & Catering by Anonymous
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Pros: Amazing choices, Friendly staff, Hot food, Easy online ordering
Cons: N/A

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About Marco Island

Cradled by the Gulf of Mexico, the magical Marco Island lies to the southwest of Florida. Geographically, it is the largest of the famous Ten Thousand Mangrove Islands, a group of islands that has become the favorite of eco-adventurers. Marco Island has been considered as a world-class tourist destination but this reputation does not begin to describe the exquisite beauty of the long stretches of beaches and the incredible splendor of unspoiled nature. With only four miles across and six miles in length, Marco Island provides tourist with a wide variety of adventurous activities, including fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. The most recommended area to paddle canoes is in the southern end of Marco Island, the location of the Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. There are about 150 species of birds in this area, including the majestic bald eagle. If tourists like to stay on land, they can enjoy collecting shells while soaking in the warmth of the sun of Marco Island's beaches. They can also go hiking and camping. The great thing about Marco Island is that the use of its areas for camping is free. The campers needed only to obtain a backcountry permit at least 24 hours before the scheduled camping. Besides all these adventures offered by Marco Island, there are also great places to dine and enjoy unforgettable gustatory delights. The restaurants in Marco Island specialize in seafood, such as shrimp, scallops, crabs, and various fishes. For art aficionados, there is also an art gallery featuring the works of Clyde Butcher, a renowned black-and-white fine art photographer.

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5NovCraft Beer Fest
EventCraft Beer Fest

Nov 5 at 13:00 · 16:00

The Esplanade Shoppes

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7OctSWFL PRIDE 2017
EventSWFL PRIDE 2017

Oct 7 at 12:00 · Oct 8, 18:00

Pride-SWFL Inc.

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