Food & Drink in Fort Myers


Crepes and Wine for Two or Four at Z Crepes (Up to 50% Off)

Z Crepes

Z Crepes

Savory crepes made with sauteed shrimp and citrus-marinated chicken or sweet crepes such as the chocolate mousse

$40 $20

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Frozen Yogurt Treats or Three Pints of Take-Home Frozen Yogurt at Orange Leaf (Up to 44% Off)

Orange Leaf - The Forum

The Forum

Rotating selection of frozen-yogurt flavors that may include salted caramel, white chocolate strawberry, and coconut

$5 $3

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Two or Four Tickets for the Bier Bus Brewery Tour from White Glove Executive Transport Inc. (Up to 55% Off)

White Glove Executive Transport inc.

Ft. Myers

Guests board the 2015 Mercedes Sprinter Bier Bus and visit three local breweries for samples and sip brews on the bus

$120 $59

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$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $8 Worth of Ice Cream at 2 Scoops & Sprinkles ($24 Total Value)

2 Scoops & Sprinkles

Pine Brook Park Plaza

Enjoy one of 40 flavors of ice cream in a rainbow-hued ice cream parlor complete with kid’s play area and cartoons

$8 $5

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$6 for $10 Worth of Smoothies — Green Cup Café

Green Cup Café

Green Cup Café

From the merchant: Over 20 varieties of organic, whole food smoothies. Choose from classic (all-fruit), green, or protein categories.

$10 $6

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Comedy Show for Two or Four at Belushi's Comedy Bar (Up to 50% Off)

Belushi's Comedy Bar

Belushi's Comedy Bar

Live_logo

Jim Belushi’s new comedy bar welcomes nationally touring standups seen on Comedy Central and Last Comic Standing

$40 $25

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$12 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Desserts and Cafe Fare at Wanna Bite Cafe ($20 Value)

Wanna Bite Cafe

Wanna Bite Cafe

Passionate bakers whip up unique desserts in sizes that range from silver-dollar-sized pies to whole pies, as well as sandwiches and salads

$5 $3

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$18 for $30 Worth of Pan-Asian Steakhouse Cuisine at NAMI Japanese Steakhouse

NAMI Japanese Steakhouse

Nami Japanese Steakhouse

Hibachi chefs put on a show, searing steak and lobster before customers’ eyes, and dining-room guests enjoy Thai and Chinese classics

$30 $18

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Greek Food for Two or Takeout at Plaka II Restaurant (Up to 45% Off)

Plaka II Restaurant

Plaka II Restaurant

Greek food such as roast lamb and pastitsio—pasta, ground beef, and parmesan cheese topped with béchamel sauce

$20 $11

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$18 for Three Groupons, Good for $10 Worth of Drinks at The Grind Coffee House & Roaster ($30 Value)

Grind Coffee House and Roaster

The Grind Coffee House and Roaster

In addition to coffee, espresso drinks, and tea, cafe serves breakfast foods such as danishes and lunch fare such as sandwiches

$10 $6

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Italian Cuisine at Starz Italian Restaurant & Pub (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.

Starz Italian Restaurant & Pub

Starz Pizza

Made-from-scratch sauces and pizza dough, fresh pasta, and locally sourced ingredients shine in classic Italian dishes

$40 $25

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Hibachi Cuisine and Sushi for Two or More at Kumo Japanese Steak House & Sushi (33% Off)

Kumo Japanese Steak House & Sushi

Kumo Japanese Steak House

Hibachi chefs put on a show as they grill meat and seafood; sushi chefs fold fresh fish into colorful rolls

$30 $20

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Fruit, Vegetable, or Fruit and Vegetable Produce Boxes from SWFL Produce (Up to 57% Off)

SWFL Produce

Multiple Locations

Fresh produce

$80 $40

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Smoothie King co-founder Steve Kuhnau began mixing fruit, nutrients, and proteins in the late 1960s, in a successful attempt to assuage his own health conundrums. By 1973, he?d begun selling vitamins alongside his health-boosting concoctions, and soon, more than 600 Smoothie King locations were operating worldwide. Today, the shop?s patrons customize real apple, mango, and banana smoothies with sundry health-bolstering mix-ins. More than 70 blendable multi-vitamins, minerals, enzymes, nutrients, and amino acids fortify frosty smoothies, helping bodies to stay healthy or lift semi-trucks. Snacks such as veggie chips and high-protein cookies augment shakes in both health and deliciousness.
8595 College Parkway
Fort Myers,
FL
US
From sunup to sundown, the chefs hustle and bustle in Mama Redneck?s kitchen, making omelets, and breakfast potatoes, amid other homestyle southern fare. Barbecue pulled pork, and chicken breasts sizzle atop stoves and grills before hiding between slabs of bread or nestling onto plates. Patrons can journey to Mama Redneck?s to enjoy the restaurant's outdoor seating, pick up their meals, or sit tight while an employee flies over atop the restaurant's mascot pig.
2155 Andrea Ln, Unit C-8
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
Chef Dan Virola of Twisted Vine Bistro combines proteins from the air, earth, and water with fire to create delectable dishes that are complemented by an extensive list of domestic and international wines. The spiced rack of lamb with herb-roasted fingerling potatoes and a wild mushroom ragout over cranberry chutney tempts forks to twirl with delight ($35), as lost wild salmon find themselves in a hoisin brown-sugar glaze with wasabi-whipped potatoes and a pineapple-lemongrass butter froth ($25). Stuffed breasts of chicken distract diners with dollops of sage and chicken mousseline, glazed carrots, garlic whipped potatoes, mushroom jus, and repartee ($18). An asparagus-cream soup with crispy, ground chorizo floods palates by the spoonful ($5) and a watermelon salad featuring mixed greens with strawberry-maple vinaigrette, local watermelon, and goat cheese perks up taste buds and bored salad forks alike ($8). An extensive list of domestic and international wines ($6+/glass, $18+/bottle) offers more enjoyable sips than a candle full of melted wax.
2214 Bay St
Fort Myers,
FL
US
Potts Sports Café caters to sports fanatics with more than 20 big-screen TVs, ensuring match-watching bliss. Nineteen flavors of wings lead off an all-star menu lineup, allowing patrons to sample sauces such as lemon pepper, hot garlic, and naked in baskets of 10 ($8), 20 ($15), 30 ($21), or 50 ($34) wings.
6900 Daniels Pkwy
Fort Myers,
FL
US
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