Sit down, view the menu until the mechanic can take your order so one of the grease monkeys can make your favorite libation. There are two complete bars with cars on lifts hovering over the bar area. One wall is made of pennies with draft beer and IPA’s behind glass. Surround yourself with Henry Ford memorabilia, the famous Ford car logo, exposed brick for warmth and pictures of Ford in his heyday in Southwest Florida. The car theme continues once seated, silverware is wrapped in dishtowels and secured with a stainless steel clamp. The bar promotes garage specials on a chaulkboard prominently placed. When the weather permits, the entire side of Ford’s is garage doors which open to experience the outdoor dining. There is a TV screen every which way you view. Mass quantities of burgers or BYOB or we put it or pick one of their specials named after locals. Other menu highlights include macaroni and cheese with BBQ pork and the chop salad is to die for. They also have a tower of onion rings, truffle fries, sliders and shakes. We were served by Randalyn in training and Brittney