“. . . Also, a fun little restaurant for interesting breakfast, lunch, and dinner (dinner on weekends only) is The Survey Cafe in downtown Bonita Springs. It’s a taste of old Florida with an innovative menu. Find them online for menus, location, hours.” (http://thesurveycafe.com/) Ginny Sexton.
“We love Paradise Seafood (http://www.paradiseshrimponline.com/) on 41 for buying the best seafood if we are cooking in. There is usually a coupon for them in the Banner every week. Mike thinks that The Fish House on Bonita Beach Rd ( http://www.naplesnews.com/places/fish_house/) has the best grouper sandwiches down here. Polly and Mike Burson
“Old 41 Restaurant – great for breakfast and Sunday Brunch. Favorites are Pumpkin Pancakes and Western Omelets (http://www.naplesnews.com/places/old-41-restaurant/) Carol and Barry Hawtin, Edgewater
“We are not much for sitting on the beach, but enjoy taking the boat to Lovers Key and walk the beach to have lunch at Flippers (http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2009/feb/05/dining-water/). We walk the beach to the bridge, then cross the road and walk to Flippers. They have music at time and have an excellent lunch while being on the beach.” Nancy Walsh, Turnberry
“Charley’s Boat House in Fort Myers (near 6400 Estero Blvd.) (http://www.boathousegrill.net/). Have a hugh salad bar and do a combination of steak/seafood/and chicken. Have enjoyed everything!” Jan Pauli and Richard Schmickle, Island Sound Circle
“Doc’s Beach House – Bonita Beach Road (http://www.docsbeachhouse.com/docsrestaurant.html) – beach side dining experience.” Jan Pauli and Richard Schmickle