Restaurants in Fort Myers

$13.50 for Three Groupons, Good for $10 Worth of Drinks at The Grind Coffee House & Roaster ($30 Value)

Grind Coffee House and Roaster

Multiple Locations

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

$10 $4.50

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

Starz Italian Restaurant & Pub

Multiple Locations

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

$40 $25

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Greek Food for Two or Takeout at Plaka II Restaurant (Up to 55% Off)

Plaka II Restaurant

Iona

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

$20 $9

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

NAMI Japanese Steakhouse

Fort Myers

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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Café Food and Drinks at European American Bakery Cafe (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

European American Bakery Cafe

Fort Myers

Cafe menu features hand-made sandwiches and gourmet omelets; catering menu pleases parties with platters of mini sandwiches and pastries

$20 $11

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$10 for $20 Worth of Family-Style Italian Cuisine at Buca di Beppo

Buca di Beppo

Edison Mall

Gather family and friends for unique Italian-American dishes that include Cheesy Bread Florentine, Veal Parmigiana, and Baked Ziti

$20 $10

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Burgers, Hot Dogs, and Shakes for Dine-In or Take-Out at Burger 21 (Up to 47% Off)

Burger21

Fort Myers

Hand-crafted certified angus beef burgers. hormone-free chicken and turkey burgers are made from fresh meat; gluten-free menu also available

$16 $9

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When the founders of The Pita Pit opened the doors to their first restaurant, they had high hopes of offering a lighter, healthier alternative to fast food. They traded in heavy sandwich bread and hamburger buns for lebanese pita and swapped out greasy burgers for fresh-grilled meats and crispy falafel. Flash-forward several years, and The Pita Pit has evolved into many, many locations across the continent, each of which offers that same fresh, healthful fare.

Patrons can completely customize their handhelds, starting with the pita itself—the light and fluffy dough comes in both white and wheat varieties. Next come the fillings such as chicken souvlaki, a simple schmear of hummus, or even ham and eggs, served all day long. After crowning the creation with fresh vegetables, premium cheeses, and homemade sauces, the pita stuffers transform the flatbread into a tight, mess-free roll. Though guests can customize sandwiches to meet their dietary needs, The Pita Pit offers a concise list of "resolution solution pitas". Made up of six pre-designed creations, the list denotes the healthful pitas' caloric value right on the menu.

10093 Gulf Center Drive
Fort Myers,
FL
US

At Yanos Restaurant, chefs glean inspiration from global pantries to plate dishes that have been lauded by Florida Weekly as “artful presentations comprised of first-rate ingredients.” Chefs augment the flavor of grilled duck breast with jicama slaw and black-bean puree and coat soft-shell crab in a crispy tempura batter. The wine list is equally broad in scope, with bottles hailing from Spain, South Africa, Germany, and Andromeda.

Yanos Restaurant’s sleek, wood-floor interior complements its contemporary fare: track lighting illuminates a Warhol-esque pop-art print of Marilyn Monroe and powder-blue and yellow walls. Outside, next to a palm-tree-lined cobblestone street, sturdy canvas umbrellas provide shelter from the elements.

2262 1st St
Fort Myers,
FL
US

Originally from Sao Paulo, Cafe Brazil owner Denise Santos curates a menu of authentic cuisine that speaks to the diverse tastes of her native country with its steak and seafood entrees, fluffed risotto, and house-specialty Brazilian churrasco. Renowned for its all-you-can-eat buffet and a wait staff that speaks fluent Brazilian Portuguese, the intimate hotspot welcomes homesick ex-pats and locals seeking to expand their horizons seven days a week. Flanked by tiled walls, an ornate bar with gold trim, and an Amazonian jaguar ready to pounce on plates, simple wooden tables play host to meals served for lunch or dinner. Palm-leaf ceiling fans call forth gentle breezes to kiss diners’ shoulders, and live entertainment on select nights feeds hungry ears with the sounds of bossa nova, samba, and sizzling orchestras of thin-cut steaks.

3940 Metro Parkway
Fort Myers,
FL
US

“Fisherman Charley,” a wooden fisherman statue in a yellow rain slicker and hat, stands guard in front of Charley’s Boathouse Grill, where chefs have prepared steaks and seafood for more than four decades. The kitchen wet-ages Angus beef for four to six weeks before hand-cutting each steak, which is measured by ounces and seared to taste. Seafood such as locally caught grouper also fills the menu alongside snow crabs, teriyaki chicken breasts, and house-baked breads.

For special events, patrons sup on some of the most popular menu items inside a converted boathouse. Up to 70 people can also gather at the “hideaway,” which has back-bay views of Estero Bay, making it perfect for actually seeing the harbor seals you dressed in tuxedos.

6241 Estero Blvd
Fort Myers Beach,
FL
US

With its huge grass-roofed patio, The Sandy Parrot looks as though it ought to have ocean waves lapping up against the surrounding sand. The echoes of the sea are even louder on the menu, which features a huge collection of grouper, crab, shrimp, tilapia, and mahi-mahi dishes rounded out by prime rib, sandwiches, and chicken. Preparations span the globe, drawing in such flavors as garlic teriyaki sauce, parmesan-laced lemon butter, and mango-papaya salsa. Live musicians take the restaurant's stage six nights a week, performing tributes to Motown and Elvis, hits from the '60s through the '90s, and sweeping arrangements of the dessert menu.

17200 South Tamiami Trail
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