Things To Do In Colonial Oaks


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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.
3940 Metro Pkwy
Fort Myers,
FL
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With over 150 locations nationwide, Pump It Up’s play centers entertain kids with inflatable slides they can glide down, obstacle courses to navigate, and bounce houses capable of dislodging a slimy jawbreaker from a child’s slimy grip. For birthday parties at the venue, groups can rent private party rooms, and opt for festive themes such as superheroes or pirates. While children learn the limits of gravity, parents can surf the internet.
4331 Veronica S Shoemaker Boulevard
Fort Myers,
FL
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Once players have gathered their rental equipment and paintballs at Extreme Rage Paintball Park of Fort Meyers, things get intense. The outdoor field provides the setting as globs of paint fly through the air and strike players while they duck and roll behind obstacles in competitions for supremacy.
3820 Veronica S Shoemaker Blvd
Fort Myers,
FL
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Rooted in New York and New Jersey, Pin Street Bowling Centers have provided family-friendly entertainment for more than 50 years. The spacious lanes are conditioned each day, guaranteeing pristine surfaces for open bowling sessions and leagues, which are divided by season, gender, and age. Competition continues in the snack bar and lounge, where pool tables, hearty burgers, salads, and creative cocktails match up with customers' cravings. Pin Street’s staffers can accommodate groups by opening early or staying late to, and they cater parties with customizable menus that address any dietary restrictions or phobias of flatware.
4140 Fowler St
Fort Myers,
FL
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Fresh and flavorful Chinese favorites flood the menu at Fort Myers' Tung Hing Restaurant. Tung Hing Restaurant features a wide variety of flavorful low-fat and gluten-free eats. Tung Hing Restaurant also operates a bar, so a round of drinks with dinner is not out of the question. If you're hoping to make a smashing impression at your next soiree, you can also have Tung Hing Restaurant cater for you. With delivery and take-out options, you can enjoy Tung Hing Restaurant's cooking from the comfort of your own living room. null A mid-priced establishment, Tung Hing Restaurant offers meals that typically cost about $30 or less.
3605 Fowler St
Fort Myers,
FL
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To say that Captain Peter Williamson has been a scuba fanatic his whole life is somewhat untrue—he lived six whole years before even discovering what scuba diving was. A fan of the sport since the ripe old age of six and an avid diver since the age of 12, Captain Pete has attained three teaching certifications and a USCG 50-ton master’s license to captain a dive boat. When he’s not exploring coral or unpopular Atari game cartridges at the bottom of the ocean, he slings gear from all the major producers of scuba equipment in his dive shop.
4391 Colonial Blvd.
Fort Myers,
FL
US
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