Places to have breakfast
A remarkable trio
Florida Weekly Employee
11410 Summerlin Square Drive, Fort Myers Beach; 239-415-4262 or www.sunflowercafefl.com.
Are you hungry for home cooking? Then the Sunflower Café might be the place for you. The menu, which includes hearty sandwiches and appetizers, also offers an extensive list of breakfast options – no wonder the restaurant’s morning menu was voted the best breakfast in southwest Florida. Not in the mood for breakfast? There are numerous fish dishes and salads on the menu for lunch and dinner.
DOLLY’S PRODUCE PATCH & EATERY
9930 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs; 239-992-8939 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
I love lunch at Dolly’s, especially when I’m sitting on the porch and the world goes by – the chicken salad is pretty tasty and fresh.
The folks at Dolly’s are known for their pies, but this little piece of heaven also has a large breakfast menu of hearty omelettes and other egg dishes, as well as pancakes, waffles, and French toast.
2260 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Fort Myers; 239-334-1566.
We have been eating at the Oasis for decades – it’s the place to be to see downtown Fort Myers, and you’d think anyone special would dine there for breakfast and lunch. The menu isn’t fussy – an extensive breakfast menu and a lunch menu with sandwiches, salads and starters. On the west side of the restaurant there is a pet-friendly terrace shaded by oaks and other trees. |
– Compiled by Scott Simmons, email@example.com