Quaint. Pretty. Everything Pink. Relaxing. Girlie Spot. Just a few words to describe Forever Fiore Tea House located in Royal Palm Square, 1400 Colonial Blvd., in Ft. Myers. The menu is a mix of savory and sweet. You can have tea, macarons, and scones for $15. Tea for one (pictured above) for $25 or tea for two $45. For a
2/3 Cup White-Wine Vinegar1 Shallot, minced1 1/2 tsp. Tarragon, Dried4 Large Egg Yolks1 Stick Butter, MeltedSalt In a small saucepan bring vinegar, shallot, and tarragon to a boil. Remove from pan.In the same pan. Add egg yolks and 2 Tbsp. water. Cook over low heat, whisking until the mixture becomes thick.Whisk in butter very slowly. About the size of
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Mari Vivet and her French American husband and chef Christian have been sharing their love of authentic French food for six years at Blue Windows Bistro in South Ft. Myers. The Bistro opens at 5 p.m. most Tuesdays through Saturdays. This quaint, romantic and adult dining spot fills up quickly with only 10 tables. There is a twilight dinner menu
What started as a neighborhood eatery in 1926 under the tutelage of Beatrice Ruggeri, better known as 'BICE (bee-chay) by those who loved her, became the chain of restaurants known as BICE. After a long day of shopping or beach going in and around Coconut Point, bring the family to the Early Bird ($19) from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
University Grill located at the corner of Cypress Lake Dr. and Summerlin in Ft. Myers is a great place for a business lunch, meeting friends for happy hour at the bar and dining with the family after a long day at the beach. Check out the daily lunch specials, signature nights and early evening dining from 4 to 5:30 p.m.