Cafes in Edgewood

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Savory or sweet—at Z Crepes, it's hard to choose one or the other. Either way, the restaurant, which is located at The Shops at The Butterfly Estates, makes its crepes fresh to order. Here's a look at just a few of the tasty crepe possibilities:

Savory Crepes

  • Shrimp sautéed with sweet peppers, spiced roasted corn, and asparagus, served with fresh avocado and salsa verde
  • Citrus-marinated chicken sautéed with baby spinach, onions, and mushrooms, with a rosemary cream sauce

Sweet Crêpes

  • PB&J, with a choice of strawberry or grape preserves with creamy peanut butter
  • Fresh strawberries and bananas with whipped crème and chocolate sauce

Along with crepes, french onion soup, salads, and sandwiches are also on the cafe's menu.

1815 Fowler Street
Fort Myers,
FL
US

The French Connection Café quiets the growls of stomach sirens with a multifarious menu studded with French dishes such as quiche and crêpes alongside the American staples of sandwiches, seafood, and steak. An order of the Black and Bleu salad ($11.50) stars a 6-ounce grilled sirloin steak surrounded by decadent baubles of blue-cheese crumbles, sweet walnuts, and the echoes of eternity. Toothsome Gallic wrapping swaddles savory nuts and poultry in the chicken-and-almond crêpe ($6.50), whereas the seafood quiche ($7.50) whisks taste buds away on a Cousteau-themed lucid dream. Eaters celebrate cultural crossover with a club croissant ($8.50), where New World noshes including ham, turkey, and bacon mingle with continental swiss cheese in a crescent-shaped U.N. Twitterpate tongues with mouthfuls of sautéed grouper Diablo ($18), which arrives at tables atop a verdant bed of spinach, debonairly dressed with crawfish, shallots, and fiddle-playing Cajun cream.

2288 1st St
Fort Myers,
FL
US