Brazilian Steakhouses in Cape Coral


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  • Cafe Brazil Fort Myers/Cape Coral
    Having trained with chefs throughout the world's top exporter of samba melodies and top importer of World Cups, chef-owner Ana Davis has brought her passion for her native cuisine home to Café do Brasil. Whether they appear for lunch, dinner, or weekend brunch, visitors may marinate their teeth in the company of shrimp, tilapia, scallops, and Cuervo tequila sauce with the martine ceviche ($8.95) before settling into the ham-and-turkey cultural exchange hosted by the Brasillian mufalleta sandwich ($8.25). Dinner bell first-responders, meanwhile, can try the Brazilian national dish of feijoada, an alluring stew of beans, sausage, and pork that is cooked by repeatedly shouting "Goool!" at it for minutes at a time, then served with collard greens and roasted ground yucca ($19.95). The kitchen sweetens departures with the marachoco-mouse de maracuja, which intertwines flavors of passion fruit and chocolate mousse in a loving, dancerly embrace ($5.75). Café do Brasil's culinary alchemists also conjure a number of vegetarian and gluten-free dishes.
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    3940 Metro Pkwy
    Fort Myers, FL US
  • Amazon Grill
    Inspired by the Brazilian tradition of churrasco-style cooking, the chefs at Amazon Grill cure savory meats with rock salt and then grill them over open flames. Seasoned, fire-licked sausage and pork loin join a buffet spread of more than 20 Brazilian dishes, includes grilled veggies, seafood, and a fresh salad bar. On the weekends, the usual roster of spare ribs and top sirloin is joined by chicken hearts, roasted pineapple, and blood sausage.
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    11609 South Cleveland Avenue Suite 30-31
    Fort Myers, FL US
  • Sanibel Steakhouse
    Chip's Sanibel Steakhouse quells the longings of beef buffs and seafood savants with its menu of appetite whetters and hunger-pang decimators. Begin the gustatory proceedings with a round of appetizers, including Oysters Rockefeller ($8/four) and beef carpaccio with microgreens, parmesan cheese, capers, and an oregano vinaigrette ($12). The elegant eatery’s hit parade of classic cuts—including filet mignon ($33 for 7 oz.), rib eye ($24 for 12 oz.), New York strip ($32 for 12 oz.), Porterhouse ($36 for 22 oz.), and a 14-ounce Kobe steak when available ($45)—are aged in house and flash-seared at 1700 degrees to prevent rogue juices from escaping. Dress up steaks with creamy Maytag blue cheese butter ($2), piquant red-wine demi-glaze ($1), or a decadent monocle and top hat combo.
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    1473 Periwinkle Way
    Sanibel, FL US
  • Hot Caboose Island Grille
    Hot Caboose Island Grille displays the words "Naples 0.15 Miles" and "Everglades 54 Miles" on its fa?ade?an indication of Bonita Springs' surrounding attractions. The designated historical building was an oasis to travelers between Tampa and Miami. It's still a welcome sight to weary travelers, with a place to relax, eat and drink and in between the two mile markers are the welcoming words "You May Rest". Travelers looking for a pit stop can stop by and fill up on the eatery's island-themed eats, which include jerk chicken, steak, and seafood. The kitchen staff also prepares homemade cornbread, flavorful burgers with avocado and fried egg, and seared grouper and shrimp salad. Additionally, eaters can visit the restaurant's bar for a drink or its open lanai patio for some sunshine.
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    27755 Old 41 Rd
    Bonita Springs, FL US