Fort Myers Dining & Nightlife
Fort Myers has its share of family-welcoming restaurant chains, in addition to many independent restaurants offering a wide choice of international cuisine. Since Southwest Florida’s coastline offers excellent fishing many restaurants feature fresh seafood.
The Florida weather is ideal for eating alfresco, and many restaurants in downtown Fort Myers and Fort Myers Beach offer outdoor dining. Times Square at Fort Myers Beach has several outdoor restautants, ideal for casual dining.
If you want to combine dinner with entertainment consider attending Dinner Theatre or board the Seminole Gulf Railway’s Murder Mystery Dinner Train.
There are many watering holes and nightclubs along Tamiami Trail, and Fort Myers Beach has numerous low-key beach bars. In addition to bars, restaurants and nightclubs Lee County also has a casino, and several venues where you can see a Broadway production or a concert. Below is a list of some of these venues.
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
Largest proscenium stage in Southwest Florida where Broadway’s best, “The Phantom of the Opera”, “Beauty and the Beast”, and last season’s, “Mamma Mia” grace the stage as well as legendary stars such as Tony Bennett and Johnny Mathis.
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre
Broadway Palm Diner Theatre is Southwest Florida’s most entertaining destination. The theatre provides top quality entertainment along with an award-winning meal, all at a true value.
- Florida Repertory Theatre
- Florida Repertory Theatre is Southwest Florida’s only professional regional theatre.
- Seminole Casino
Try your luck at the Seminole Casino in Immokalee! Open 24 hours a day 7 days a week, the Seminole Casino has high paying gaming machines, live action poker and award winning dining.
Southwest Florida Symphony
Lee County’s Resident Professional Symphony Offers Classical, Pops, Chamber Orchestra Concerts.