Restaurants in the Fort Myers River District
The Fort Myers River District has so many things to offer. If you like to shop, go there. If you like art, go there. If you like history, go there. If you are a foodie, you better get you and your taste buds down there now! There are 50 restaurants in the Fort Myers River District. Restaurants you can go for a burger with the kids to fine dining and everything in between. After you dine at one of the restaurants in the Fort Myers River District take a stroll around town. It’s beautiful and there is always something going on. Here are three of the 50 restaurants in the Fort Myers River District.
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Let’s start off with Capone’s Coal Fired Pizza. Their tag line is pizza so good, it should be illegal. This place is fantastic! The decor is fun and the food is great.
Here’s a partial review from a Yelper, ‘Imagine you’re back in the roaring 20s and need a chill place to go. Your stomach is hungry and you want a low key meal where the atmosphere allows you ample room to partake in “classic Italian” food.. just like the boys back home used to make… after watching their mama for half their life. Enter Capone’s, a coal fired pizza joint. Sure, they have salads and pasta, but the thin crust pizza pie is all the rage. Prices seem competitive for all entrees and the service is quick.’ Go for lunch, go for dinner, or go for both. You really can’t go wrong.
You’re in the Fort Myers River District, so I’m sure you’re looking for a waterfront restaurant. It’s service with a smile at 3 Fishermen Seafood Restaurant. They offer one of the best waterfront views in the River District, the food is amazing and you will not break the bank. When you go there ask about their special local catch of the day. Choose fried, broiled, blackened, scampied, grilled or steamed. The chefs will prepare your meal anyway you like. If you are not in the mood for seafood they also have burgers, chicken and salads. If you are one of the few that does have room for dessert, try the peanut butter or key lime pie. A better option might be to take a whole pie home for later.
Have you been to The Firestone Grill yet? If you haven’t, you should. As far as restaurants in the Fort Myers River District goes this one is one of the best. They have four levels. Each level offers a different experience. Level one, is The Grille. They offer prime steaks, fresh seafood and fresh and local produce. Level two, is The Loft. The Loft overlooks The Grille and offers you a waterfront view where you can enjoy all the great food you will find at The Grill. Level three is the Martini Bar. The Martini Bar has live entertainment as well as views of the Caloosahatchee River and the Downtown River Basin and Park. Level four is The Sky Bar. It’s the only waterfront roof top bar in the Fort Myers River District. It’s one of the best places to watch the sunset, but get there early so you can get a seat.
There is something for everyone, with 50 restaurants in the Fort Myers River District to choose from. Let us know if you tried any of the three listed here or tell us what your favorite restaurant in the Fort Myers River District is. We would love to hear from you. For a full list of restaurants in the Fort Myers River District click here.