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Make This 'North Pole' Cocktail, Courtesy of Monkey Bar Steak & Seafood

We've got an exclusive holiday cocktail recipe just for you.

New Cape Coral Restaurant, Point 57, to Extend Late-night Hours, Add Saturday Lunch and Sunday Brunch in 2018

Point 57, which opened in February, took more than a year to bring to life, and is now flourishing in the Cape Coral community. The owners have even more exciting plans for 2018.

Celebrate the Best Local Restaurants During SWFL Restaurant Week

SWFL Restaurant Week is a semiannual promotion that celebrates the BEST dining at an affordable price.

Celebrate New Year's Eve With Chuck Peterson and a Champagne Toast at Monkey Bar Steak & Seafood

Monkey Bar Steak & Seafood celebrated 11 years in business this past September and is gearing up for a New Year's Eve celebration.

Cape Coral's New French Bakery Aims to Be a People-Friendly Business in the Community

My Sweet Art French Bakery opened in Cape Coral in the beginning of May. Since then, the couple who owns it has aimed to focus on the exchange with the business' patrons.

Heading for the Blue Zone: Local farmers markets join project to encourage healthier lifestyles

Local Roots Farmers Markets in Lee County recently became a Blue Zones Recognized organization, part of a global movement that encourages communities to implement healthful mindsets & habits

New Brew Crew: Craft beer winning over millennials and non-beer drinkers

An alcoholic beverage is usually made from malted cereal grain [such as barley], flavored with hops, and brewed by slow fermentation. First known use was before the 12th century.

Fashionable Fellas: Plenty of Ways to Look and Feel Your Best!

We may not be New York, may not be Milan, but there are still plenty of ways to look your best and—most importantly—feel your best when it comes to your wardrobe.

Dim Sum 101: Learning the Intricacies of This Chinese Specialty

Dim sum is a taste bud’s delight, a cornucopia of delicious small plates for everyone to share.

Florida’s Creative Class: Their Work Helps Drive the Economy, Thousands of Jobs at Stake

In Lee County alone, the creative class produces $140 million in annual activity—supporting thousands of jobs and generating some $18.8 million in government revenues.

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