Just going through our favorite Christmas pix and thought you’d like to see this one from the Over Easy Café!
Our guests know that, at Over Easy, they can savor the flavor from homemade muffins, pancakes and omelets to delicious stuffed french toast! You can enjoy their amazing, luscious breakfast or brunch dishes anytime between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. (remember, you’re on vacation). So rise early or rise late but gather your gang over at the “Over Easy” » Read more
View a sampling of the fun, food and musical sensations from the 35th annual “Taste of the Islands,” a popular fundraiser on the islands for CROW.
Fifteen local restaurants provided tasty nibbles for the crowds and judges earlier this month at Sanibel Community Park. It was a food lover’s delight, with a sprinkling of live entertainment, » Read more
From its small origins as a fruit and vegetable stand 50 years ago, Huxter’s Market & Deli has grown into a favorite stop-and-shop locale on the island for guests and residents alike.
They recently unveiled a comprehensive makeover, both indoors and out. Next time you drive by, be sure to stop in!
P.S. Don’t worry — Huxter’s has kept its famous fried chicken!
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Sanibel-Captiva Chamber of Commerce, 1159 Causeway Rd., Sanibel, FL 33957
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Order this dessert and listen for the gasps from your fellow diners. They’ve never seen a dessert so huge! And from the expression on Andy’s face, he was having second thoughts about choosing a smaller slice of key lime pie.
Dig deep into a piece of carrot cake so extraordinary in taste, size and thickness of cream cheese frosting. Only at Doc Ford’s. » Read more
Everybody loves a party!
Case in point, the turnout for the recent grand opening of Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille’s new location was deemed a stand-up success! Plates overflowed with tasty Caribbean morsels, friends reacquainted over savory libations and not an empty seat was to be found.
The newly built restaurant and bar — across the street from Bailey’s at the intersection of Tarpon Bay Road and Island Inn Road — » Read more
Enjoy the photographic “behind the scenes” tour of the expansive and beautiful new Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille, compliments of Andy. Hard hats are off and workers are putting on the finishing touches of what will be one of Sanibel’s most popular gathering spots. » Read more
A fun article from our friends at the Island Reporter, written by Brian Wierima:
Despite being located off the beaten path of Periwinkle Way, Pittsburgh native John Nader’s business venture 12 years ago in the form of the Great White Grill has prospered.
It’s also quite obvious to discover what NFL, MLB, NHL and college teams Nader loves, too, since they are plastered all over the walls, » Read more
Parisian born Chef Christian Vivet, along with his South Floridian wife and business partner Mari Vivet opened Bleu Rendez-Vous French Bistro on Sanibel Island in May 2015. Their previous bistro, Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, had a loyal following from the island. Frequent guests beckoned them to Sanibel, so they sold their bistro to come across the bridge with their existing menu and staff. » Read more
Easter Weekend Church Services
Chapel by the Sea
Maundy Thursday(includes Holy Communion) 4:00pm
Good Friday 12:00pm
Easter Sunday 11:00am
Saint Isabel Catholic Church
Holy Thursday 5:00pm
Good Friday 3:00pm
Holy Saturday 8:00pm
Easter Sunday 7:00am 9:00am 11:00am
Sanibel Congregational United Church of Christ
Good Friday 1:00pm
Easter Sunday 7:45am 9:00am 11:00am
Sanibel Community Church
Easter Sunday 6:30am (on the causeway next to bridge closest to Fort Myers)
At Sanibel Community Church Periwinkle Way 8:00am 9:00am 11:00am
Saint Michael & » Read more