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  1. It’s All in the Family at Hickory BBQ

    Hickory BBQ is a historic part of Lee County’s dinning scene. Originally opening its doors in 1956, the BBQ restaurant is still serving some of its original mouthwatering recipes, even though ownership has since changed. The prices have changed too; the original menu, posted on the back wall, reads “Rib Plate $1.55 and Iced Tea …

  2. Maguro Serving up Food with Flair

    When you walk into Maguro Sushi and Steakhouse, you might just be greeted by applause and shrieks of excitement. While it’s nice to think the welcome is for you, the energy is coming from the Asian restaurant’s popular Hibachi room. More laid back fun is found at the small sushi bar or in the comfortable …

  3. Recipe of The Month: Grandma’s Chocolate Cake by Norman Love

    Norman Love Confections has been satisfying connoisseurs of fine chocolate since 2001, when founder, president and chef, Norman Love, first opened his facility in Fort Myers and introduced his masterpieces to the world. International acclaim immediately followed, and Love has been continually recognized as one of the top chocolatiers in the nation by industry publications …

  4. More Than A Meal… A Wyld Culinary Experience

    If you haven’t been to Wyld’s Café, chances are you’ve whizzed by it dozens of times on Bonita Beach Road. Located in a small strip center with no frontage, the parking and entrance are in the back. Chef/owner Robert Charest signed a deal to take over the space on Pearl Harbor Day, December 7th, 2004. …

  5. Asian Cuisine Reigns Supreme at Charlie Chiang’s

    The name Charlie Chiang has a ring. You might expect him to be a movie star or a Chinese hero of some kind when in fact he is a former chemist and one of the owners of the eponymous restaurant in North Naples–along with his alluring wife, Christiana. The face of the restaurant, she is …