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    The Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village

    Cape Coral, United States


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    Cape Coral Farmers Market
    Southeast 47th Terrace
    Cape Coral, United States
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    Eat Local in Cape Coral
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    The Cape Coral Famers market is a year-round shopping experience that serves southwest Florida with fresh ingredients outdoors from December to April and indoors from May to November.

    The market is filled with friendly and knowledgeable vendors offering fresh, healthy, and local produce, gulf-fresh seafood, fresh bakery items, German breads and pastries, handcrafted soaps and lotions, cheese, local honey, fresh-cut flowers, and much more.

    The market is open on Tuesdays in Downtown Cape Coral.

    Photo by Jamie McCaffrey/Flickr.

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    Rumrunners waterfront restaurant
    5848 Cape Harbour Drive
    Cape Coral, United States
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    Run to Rumrunners in Cape Coral
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    With fresh seafood, delicious steaks, and waterfront views, Rum Runners is a treat for every traveler. Fresh shucked oysters on the half shell, tuna tataki, cowboy steak, and the Rum Runners rib eye are just a few of the entrées that await hungry diners. The dining room has views of the water, one of the only restaurants in Lee County, Florida with an unparalleled view of the coast. Ask to sit on the patio for some of the best views in the city.

    The menu reflects the waterfront location, with an emphasis on fresh fish and seafood. Best-sellers include the restaurant’s incomparable Pan-Fried Southwestern Style Lump Crab Cakes, Seafood Potpie and Seafood Paella. Other menu options include the famous Cowboy Steak, Steak Au Poivre and Black Angus Burger. There are also pasta, chicken, pork and specialty dishes, such as Todd’s Meatloaf.

    Rumrunner’s includes a wide selection of draft beers, wines, and specialty cocktails. Be sure to stop in for Happy Hour during the week!

    Photo by Lee Edwin Coursey/Flickr.

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    Nevermind
    1207 Cape Coral Parkway East
    Cape Coral, United States
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    Modern Mixology at Nirvana-Themed Italian Restaurant
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    Nevermind, named for rock group Nirvana's second album, is a small, locally owned eatery and bar in Cape Coral. The bar uses quality, fresh ingredients in preparing the many Italian-, Asian-, and American-style dishes, as well as in all of the specialty cocktails.

    Be sure to try the Rev Run, a mixture of bourbon with black tea and mixed with lemon simple syrup. Also, try the Mr. Mustache Manhattan for a smooth mix of Jack Daniels with zesty Aperol and bitters.

    For the East Parkway the mixologist muddles fresh cucumber and mint with gin, pouring the grassy concoction over a 2-inch ice cube. This place is small, but the vibe is fun!

    Photo courtesy of Nevermind.

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    Ariani Restaurant & Lounge
    1529 Southeast 15th Terrace
    Cape Coral, United States
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    True Italian, Florida Style
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    Ariani Ristorante Italiano, in Cape Coral, Florida, is a modern European restaurant that serves Chef Dario's world-renowned creations, including mouth watering appetizers, like eggplant turnover, or crisp Istrian salad.

    Chef prides himself on great pasta dishes—including the alfredo or alla vodka sauces that are served over pasta cooked al dente. Be sure to try some of fresh, pristine seafood or one of the prime cut steaks that are are tender and juicy.

    Do not grab the check until you've tried one of the many homemade desserts to pair with an espresso and Sogno D'Oro, or golden dream, a special after-dinner drink.

    Photo by nebulux76/Flickr.

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    Brew Babies Garden Bistro
    1520 Lafayette Street
    Cape Coral, United States
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    Al Fresco Dining to Smooth Jazz in Cape Coral
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    Brew Babies is an antique-filled eatery comprised of two identical buildings on either side of a romantic outdoor courtyard. The dining building has several rooms filled with dining tables and chairs. Contemporary jazz plays on the stereo. Harry Connick Jr. and Michael Bublé serenade you as you dine. Some evenings, however, live music is played by various local jazz groups.

    The food is sensational, mirroring the romantic vibes here. Be sure to try the cheese plate, pan-seared jumbo scallops, grilled flatbread pizza, and warm artichoke heart and spinach dip.

    Photo courtesy of Brew Babies Bistro.

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    Ciao Wood Fired Pizza & Trattoria
    823 Southeast 47th Terrace
    Cape Coral, United States
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    Feels like Pizza in Cape Coral!
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    Some nights, there's nothing else that sounds more perfect than a slice of homemade pizza. At Ciao Wood Fired Pizza and Trattoria in Cape Coral, Florida, you'll enjoy some of the best pizza, prepared fresh in a wood oven.

    The family-owned restaurant serves traditional Italian pastas and pizzas, including hot and steamy rolls and an extensive wine list.

    Be sure to try the stuffed shells, bacon-wrapped scallops, and the coconut cream pie.

    Photo by Haseo/Flickr.

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    J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge
    Sanibel, United States
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    Ding Darling, Sanibel Island
    By Devon Roll

    Make sure you don't miss out on all the natural beauty on display at the J. N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge when you visit Sanibel Island. You can drive or bike through the property, and it's nearly impossible to leave without some awesome photos! We go every time we visit, and always see something new.

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    Coral Oaks Golf Course
    Cape Coral, United States
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    Professional Golf on Florida's West Coast
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    Take advantage of southwest Florida's beautiful weather and landscape by playing a round of golf at Coral Oakes Golf course. This 18-hole, Arthur Hills–designed, championship course includes large TifEagle greens, contoured fairways, eight lakes, and 37 bunkers.

    The course includes one of the largest practice facilities in the area, featuring a driving range with both grass and artificial turf, a chipping area and putting green. After the game, head to Knickers Pub for sandwiches, snacks, entrees and beer.

    Be sure to stop into the retail store and pro shop onsite with all the latest golf gear.

    For beginners, Coral Oaks has PGA professionals on staff to teach golf schools, clinics, and private lessons.

    Photo by jurvetson/Flickr.

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    Cape Coral Historical Society
    544 Cultural Park Boulevard
    Cape Coral, United States
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    Local History: Cape Coral History Museum
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    The city of Cape Coral dates back to the 1950s, when the building that now houses the museum served as a restaurant. Still maintaining the quaint charm and residential character, the Cape Coral History Museum showcases the city's history in three buildings on the museum campus.

    The museum includes a look back on Cape Coral, the Cape Coral Country Club, Yacht Club, the Rose Garden Mural, the Gulf American Land Corporation, the Cracker House & Homesteaders, local military history, and local Native American history.

    Be sure to check out the rose garden onsite as well as the Demonstration Native Landscapes and Reference Library & Gift Shop.

    Photo by EvelynGiggles/Flickr.

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    Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium
    3450 Ortiz Avenue
    Fort Myers, United States
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    Butterflies in Natural Florida Habitat
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    Tour the Tom Allen Butterfly House in Cape Coral, Florida, to watch native butterflies as they transform from egg to beautiful butterfly. All four stages of their life cycle can be viewed in the butterfly house. The butterflies are released into the surrounding gardens as soon as eggs are laid, and caterpillars are plentiful.

    Walk the lush gardens that surround the house to view the colorful and beautiful creatures in their natural habitat. In 2013, the house was expanded to its current size and a new aluminum structure was installed.

    The butterfly house is open for free tours on Monday, Friday, and Saturday at 10:30 AM. Knowledgeable volunteers are there to talk about our butterflies and help educate anyone who wishes to bring butterflies to their own yard and neighborhood.

    Photo by www.frontendeveloper.com/Flickr.

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    Ford's Garage
    1719 Cape Coral Parkway East
    Cape Coral, United States
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    Burgers and Craft Beer at Service Station-Themed Restaurant
    By Julie Schwietert Collazo

    Motor back into the 1920s at Ford's Garage, a service station styled restaurant that evokes the golden age of the car with antique Fords decorating the interior. Regulars come here for the gourmet burgers and craft beer (180+ bottles and 20 on tap), though pasta, fish, and chicken entrees are also served.

    Photo: Ford's Garage

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    Cape Coral Historical Society
    544 Cultural Park Boulevard
    Cape Coral, United States
    Show Map
    Local History: Cape Coral History Museum
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    The city of Cape Coral dates back to the 1950s, when the building that now houses the museum served as a restaurant. Still maintaining the quaint charm and residential character, the Cape Coral History Museum showcases the city's history in three buildings on the museum campus.

    The museum includes a look back on Cape Coral, the Cape Coral Country Club, Yacht Club, the Rose Garden Mural, the Gulf American Land Corporation, the Cracker House & Homesteaders, local military history, and local Native American history.

    Be sure to check out the rose garden onsite as well as the Demonstration Native Landscapes and Reference Library & Gift Shop.

    Photo by EvelynGiggles/Flickr.

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    Rumrunners waterfront restaurant
    5848 Cape Harbour Drive
    Cape Coral, United States
    Show Map
    Run to Rumrunners in Cape Coral
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    With fresh seafood, delicious steaks, and waterfront views, Rum Runners is a treat for every traveler. Fresh shucked oysters on the half shell, tuna tataki, cowboy steak, and the Rum Runners rib eye are just a few of the entrées that await hungry diners. The dining room has views of the water, one of the only restaurants in Lee County, Florida with an unparalleled view of the coast. Ask to sit on the patio for some of the best views in the city.

    The menu reflects the waterfront location, with an emphasis on fresh fish and seafood. Best-sellers include the restaurant’s incomparable Pan-Fried Southwestern Style Lump Crab Cakes, Seafood Potpie and Seafood Paella. Other menu options include the famous Cowboy Steak, Steak Au Poivre and Black Angus Burger. There are also pasta, chicken, pork and specialty dishes, such as Todd’s Meatloaf.

    Rumrunner’s includes a wide selection of draft beers, wines, and specialty cocktails. Be sure to stop in for Happy Hour during the week!

    Photo by Lee Edwin Coursey/Flickr.

    Read More
    Nevermind
    1207 Cape Coral Parkway East
    Cape Coral, United States
    Show Map
    Modern Mixology at Nirvana-Themed Italian Restaurant
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    Nevermind, named for rock group Nirvana's second album, is a small, locally owned eatery and bar in Cape Coral. The bar uses quality, fresh ingredients in preparing the many Italian-, Asian-, and American-style dishes, as well as in all of the specialty cocktails.

    Be sure to try the Rev Run, a mixture of bourbon with black tea and mixed with lemon simple syrup. Also, try the Mr. Mustache Manhattan for a smooth mix of Jack Daniels with zesty Aperol and bitters.

    For the East Parkway the mixologist muddles fresh cucumber and mint with gin, pouring the grassy concoction over a 2-inch ice cube. This place is small, but the vibe is fun!

    Photo courtesy of Nevermind.

    Read More
    J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge
    Sanibel, United States
    Show Map
    Ding Darling, Sanibel Island
    By Devon Roll

    Make sure you don't miss out on all the natural beauty on display at the J. N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge when you visit Sanibel Island. You can drive or bike through the property, and it's nearly impossible to leave without some awesome photos! We go every time we visit, and always see something new.

    Read More
    Cape Coral Farmers Market
    Southeast 47th Terrace
    Cape Coral, United States
    Show Map
    Eat Local in Cape Coral
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    The Cape Coral Famers market is a year-round shopping experience that serves southwest Florida with fresh ingredients outdoors from December to April and indoors from May to November.

    The market is filled with friendly and knowledgeable vendors offering fresh, healthy, and local produce, gulf-fresh seafood, fresh bakery items, German breads and pastries, handcrafted soaps and lotions, cheese, local honey, fresh-cut flowers, and much more.

    The market is open on Tuesdays in Downtown Cape Coral.

    Photo by Jamie McCaffrey/Flickr.

    Read More
    Rumrunners waterfront restaurant
    5848 Cape Harbour Drive
    Cape Coral, United States
    Show Map
    Run to Rumrunners in Cape Coral
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    With fresh seafood, delicious steaks, and waterfront views, Rum Runners is a treat for every traveler. Fresh shucked oysters on the half shell, tuna tataki, cowboy steak, and the Rum Runners rib eye are just a few of the entrées that await hungry diners. The dining room has views of the water, one of the only restaurants in Lee County, Florida with an unparalleled view of the coast. Ask to sit on the patio for some of the best views in the city.

    The menu reflects the waterfront location, with an emphasis on fresh fish and seafood. Best-sellers include the restaurant’s incomparable Pan-Fried Southwestern Style Lump Crab Cakes, Seafood Potpie and Seafood Paella. Other menu options include the famous Cowboy Steak, Steak Au Poivre and Black Angus Burger. There are also pasta, chicken, pork and specialty dishes, such as Todd’s Meatloaf.

    Rumrunner’s includes a wide selection of draft beers, wines, and specialty cocktails. Be sure to stop in for Happy Hour during the week!

    Photo by Lee Edwin Coursey/Flickr.

    Read More
    Ciao Wood Fired Pizza & Trattoria
    823 Southeast 47th Terrace
    Cape Coral, United States
    Show Map
    Feels like Pizza in Cape Coral!
    By GiAnna Wyatt

    Some nights, there's nothing else that sounds more perfect than a slice of homemade pizza. At Ciao Wood Fired Pizza and Trattoria in Cape Coral, Florida, you'll enjoy some of the best pizza, prepared fresh in a wood oven.

    The family-owned restaurant serves traditional Italian pastas and pizzas, including hot and steamy rolls and an extensive wine list.

    Be sure to try the stuffed shells, bacon-wrapped scallops, and the coconut cream pie.

    Photo by Haseo/Flickr.

    Read More

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