Comfort Inn & Suites Airport
10081 Intercom Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33913
Phone: (239) 939-5002
Fax: (239) 939-5003
10081 Intercom Drive, Fort Myers, FL, US, 33913
- Phone: (239) 939-5002
- Fax: (239) 939-5003
Bars & Cafes
The Blue Pointe is well known for its seafood menu which changes weekly. The fish is sourced from the Great Lakes region and is bought daily to retain its freshness. The menu offers delightful Oysters, Sushi, Lemon Sole, Edamame, Salt & Pepper Tuna and Pan-Seared Grouper. There is Baby Bok Choy and Sticky Rice as side dishes too. People swear by the crabcakes here which must be tried atleast once. The patio outside offers a pleasant breeze for dining, while sitting at the bar is also a good option if one is in the mood for some carefree banter. The service is excellent and staff is cheerful.
D'Amico and Sons Café and Takeout bill themselves as "fresh interpretations of Italian classics." Wine and beer are available. If you can't choose from the innovative salads, there's a salad sampler. The sandwiches are creative and are served on fresh focaccia bread. For dinner, try Tortellini in Fontina cream sauce, or one of 10 wood oven pizzas, and for dessert, Chocolate Marscapone Torta. If you're in a hurry, takeout is available. There are other locations at the Promenade in Bonita Springs and on Neapolitan Way in Naples.
Casual and comfortable, Origami may not be a hotbed for the trendies, but a nice family joint. A variety of yummy Japanese dishes await you here....miso, tempura, sushi, sashimi and lots more. The rolls are the definite favorite and a must-try. A full bar keeps thirst at bay. Prices are reasonable too...dig in!
Cachet Bar & Grill has some of the best Cuban food in Fort Myers. Located near the Edison Mall, the restaurant offers Cuban specialties like six- to ten-inch Cuban sandwiches, roast pork, and rice with black beans. After dinner on weekends you can dance at the Latin Night Club. There is a full bar, and a smoking and non-smoking section. The restaurant is open every day; the club is open on Fridays and Saturdays. Dress is casual, and reservations are not necessary.
Dancing and food is what you will find at the Groove Street Grille & Discotheque. Every Friday and Saturday night, the older crowd enjoys a mix of dance music from the 70s, 80s and today; Wednesday nights feature live music from local bands; and Thursdays are dollar drink night. The Grille offers a menu of American classics, like graceland chicken and the happy days burger. The club is located at the corner of College Parkway and Winkler Avenue, south of downtown Fort Myers.
If you are tired of fast food, head to Ada's Natural Foods, located on Fowler Avenue in Fort Myers. The market sells health food, nutrition products, vitamins, supplements and other natural products to improve health. While you are there, stop for lunch at the back of the store, which contains a deli and juice bar. All of the sandwiches, salads and even the desserts are made from natural ingredients. Try the roasted vegetable sandwich, served on a roll, or the spinach lasagna. Vegetarians and vegans have many choices on the menu.
The Bottom Line is considered the largest gay entertainment complex in Southwest Florida, and certainly one of the wildest. The nightclub is gay-owned and run, and offers different entertainment every night of the week. Tuesday is unofficial straight night, while Saturdays offer retro dance music. The complex has six bars, with drag shows starring Divas Miss Vanessa, Sierrah Fox and others. There are drink specials, foam parties, and pool tournaments. The club is handicapped accessible and has a women's only section. No credit cards accepted, but there is an ATM.
The Blackhawk Cafe and its cigar bar are giving way to the Blackswan Restaurant and a martini bar. However, all of the food and ambience that made the Blackhawk popular is still intact. The Club Room can accommodate 200 people and offers catering. Before dinner, the wait is pleasant in the tropical courtyard. Start your meal with an appetizer of shrimp cocktail, and then move on to grilled fish or roasted duck. Reservations are suggested. There's live music in the courtyard Friday and Saturday nights.
A well known destination among the clubers in Fort Myer, the Orbit Night Club is all what a club should be about. With great acoustics, rocking music, and a group of hard partying people, the vibes are just right here. Come and experience what the real Fort Myer night scene is like. The club is also known by locals as the "Atlantizz".
Club Neptunes is the place to head to for a happening weekend. Full of musical zing, this place is sure to keep you on your toes all night long. Dance away to crazy beat till you are ready to drop. Located in the Cleveland Avenue, this place gives your several options to dine later all in its close vicinity. This place gives a good kick-start to a great weekend.
If you are in the mood for seafood, head for Prawnbrokers Restaurant and Fish Market. Consistently voted one of the best seafood restaurants in Fort Myers, and always crowded, the seafood is fresh and prepared in a variety of ways. Start with an appetizer of Oysters Romanoff, then try shrimp, crab, or lobster, or a platter with each. Fresh fish selections vary. For vegetarians, there is angel hair pasta. Dress is casual, and reservations are suggested.
The Veranda is considered by most to be one of the best restaurants in Fort Myers. Originally built as two homes in 1902, they were joined by a kitchen and a tropical courtyard and re-opened in 1978 as The Veranda. Dining in the courtyard is relaxing and romantic, surrounded by lush foliage, a waterfall and a goldfish pond. Reservations are highly recommended, and dress is business casual.