We are a Gourmet Bakery offering the best Cupcakes, Cakes and several other pastry products. We have a store in Cape Coral as well as 3 Cupcake Trucks which can be tracked with GPS on our Website. Everyone knows us as the "pink" Cupcake Truck and the "pink" Bakery. We hope to see you soon.
A small, family-owned chocolatería, Olde Naples Chocolate caters to confectionary connoisseurs with gourmet comfits that make perfect gifts or perfect edible accoutrements to any special occasion. Sages of sugary sweets hand-make each chocolate creation daily using only the finest natural ingredients and sweetest incantations. Teach tongues about the nature of delicious duality with a sweet yet savory sack of pretzel twists swathed in solidified chocolate ($14, 8 oz.) or with a dichotomous collaboration of the indulgent and nutritional with chocolate-covered pineapple wedges ($14, 8 oz.). A plethora of gift options is available as well, including the Stimulus Package Basket, which boasts four currency-covered candy bars, chocolate gold coins, and lengthy financial journals on diversifying dessert portfolios ($25).
A lot of restaurants claim to have fresh seafood, but City Seafood backs up that claim with its own fishing and crabbing boats, which pluck marine cuisine from nearby waters and deposit it on diners’ plates. The restaurant’s location in the Everglades helps provide its menu of sea fare, which includes oysters, grouper, clams, Gulf shrimp, and Florida lobster tails specially shaped to resemble the Sunshine State’s panhandle. After dining inside or on the Barron River–adjacent patio, diners can pick up raw seafood to take home at the onsite seafood market.
A family-owned eatery overflowing with friendly service, SweetBerries comforts lonesome stomachs with blankets of tasty custard, fresh soups, crisp salads, and loaded sandwiches. The menu transports tongue buds to the Big Easy with the New Orleans muffaletta sandwich, piled high with savory meats and homemade garlic-and-olive salad ($6.99). Take a romp through a fancy cheese garden by opting for the savory gorgonzola salad ($6.89), then reward your diligent plate-landscaping accomplishments with a delectable custard indulgence. Put on your best creativity cap or diamond-encrusted hard hat to prepare for a Concrete concoction, which includes a helping of hard-packed frozen custard blended with your choice of candied, fruit-filled, or nutty accoutrements ($3.30/small with one mix-in; $.60 for each additional mix-in).
Sandy Stilwell is a Fort Myers native, and as such she has a passion for pouring her time back into the community—she serves on the advisory board for Gulfshore Life Magazine and is the former chairwoman of the Salvation Army's Christmas drive. Sandy brings the same altruistic vision to Sunshine Grille, one of the many local eateries she and her family maintain that give back through organizations such as the Ronald McDonald House.
Sunshine Grille serves its customers first and foremost, offering a menu of wood-fired steaks and seafood. From grilled filet mignon to sesame-crusted salmon and veggie-loaded flatbreads, most of the eatery's cuisine bursts forth unto the palate with a signature smoky flavor. The restaurant's voluminous wine list emanates sweetness, as do the live musicians that coax jazz-inspired harmonies from saxes, guitars, and keyboardists seven nights a week. These musicians work their melodic magic under soft lighting and between walls of auburn and stones stacked like the hundred-dollar bills that form the walls of the US Mint.