Fort Myers Reviews

Review for First Watch - Gulf Coast Town Center by LeeAnn
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One of my favorite brunch spots in the area. Excellent and hearty avocado toast and the Florentine eggs benedict with fresh spinach and ripe sliced tomato. YUM
Review for Boston Red Sox Spring Training by Dave
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A must-see for Red Sox fans. Not only do you get to see the current players up close and personal, but you can also catch them in a more relaxed setting than Fenway - without the intensity of the regular season. Definitely more fan-friendly atmosphere
Pros: Great stadium, Red Sox history dripping from every corner
Cons: Fighting to get the attention of your favorite players with hundreds of other autograph seekers - not a bad problem!
Review for First Watch - Gulf Coast Town Center by Melissa
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I really enjoyed the food here. It was a trendy and healthy twist to comfort breakfast meals. Plus, their avocado toast is to die-for. Good cafe and hangout scene!
Review for Ruth's Chris Steak House by Holly
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You can always count on a Ruth Chris Steakhouse for a perfectly prepared steak and delicious sides. Go hungry!
Review for Mission BBQ in Fort Myers by Jillian
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I love Mission BBQ and the Fort Meyer's location did not disappoint! I had a pulled pork sandwich and fries. Both were excellent! :)
Review for Roadhouse Cafe Fort Myers by Nicholas
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Great cafe with even better food! Always great live entertainment

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Sanibel Island is a quaint town located on the Gulf of Mexico that has the charm of a beach town without all the tourist attractions. You can find a variety of places to stay on the island from luxury accommodations to the mom and pop beach motel. Quiet evenings can be spent lounging on the beach watching the sun set over the Gulf. Indulge yourself in the local culture by attending a beach side gathering, full of music and fun. Wake up early in the morning and walk the sandy beaches collecting shells that have washed up with the tide. Only a few hours drive from anywhere in Florida, Sanibel Island has been one of the states best kept secrets. The island is located west of Fort Meyers and can be accessed by car. It is only twelve miles long with the widest section being three miles. Within that small radius you will find a dinning and shopping area that offer specialties not found on the mainland. If you love sea food you have come to the right place. There is a wildlife refuge that you may wish to visit while there, but that is it for tourist attractions. The point of visiting Sanibel Island is to enjoy the pristine beach and become one with the sun.

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