Dining on the Go Does Not Mean A Fast-Food Drive Through is the Only Option

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Meal times roll around with relentless regularity, but that doesn’t always mean we want to cook. And that is particularly true on vacation.

But a lack of culinary initiative doesn’t mean you must settle for the usual fast-food. The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel offer a wealth of takeout options that will ensure you eat well. In many cases, you won’t have to travel farther than your door to get it.

Should you desire the food to come to you, download the Bite Squad app to your phone. Plug in your address and it will show you the lineup of restaurants from which it will deliver to your area for a reasonable charge. This is a great app. Ordering and paying is easy and you can track your order from the time you make it, through when it is picked up and as the driver makes his/her way to your door so that you know exactly when the food will arrive.

Here are some of the many places that offer takeout fare. And, if you don’t see one of your favorites listed, call and ask. A lot of restaurants offer it on request.

Virtually every pizza parlor, Chinese and Thai joint offers takeout and, in many cases, delivery. One Italian standout is Nice Guys Pizza & Beer in south Cape Coral, which specializes in offbeat pizza (General Tso’s, Green Eggs and Ham, Black Gold) as well as more standard options and craft beers. A word of caution: You may intend to take your pizza out but find the quirky, casual atmosphere so alluring, you’ll wind up sticking around.

Elsewhere in Cape Coral, tasty takeout can be found at:

In Fort Myers, there’s a lot more pizza – Grimaldi’s at Bell Tower Shops; Blue Moon on College Parkway; Fine Folk on Daniels Parkway; and Downtown House of Pizza, an institution in downtown Fort Myers, to name just a few – as well as a variety of other ethnic choices, including:

On the islands, try these:

On Fort Myers Beach, here are some options:

In Bonita Springs:

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