What's On Suncoast

What’s On, Suncoast? 10.23 – 10.30

Halloween is right around the corner! The Suncoast Post asks, “What’s On, Suncoast?” Here are a few ideas for things to do around the area this week of 10.23-10.30!

Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille

Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille
708 Fishermans Wharf, Ft. Myers Beach, FL 33931

We may not be able to throw our normal large Halloween bashes this year, but that doesn’t mean the fun is not out there to be had. Are we looking for amazing food, outdoor seating in the amazing perfect fall weather of the Suncoast, and, of course, a fantastic drink or two? We have the place, Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille. They also offer private parties, and of course, your favorite sporting events on their big screens. Maybe this weekend, just a tiny bit of getting back to normal needs to include dining out at Doc Ford’s, whether a light lunch or a tasty seafood dinner. The food is as amazing as the views!

Ostego Bay Foundation – Marine Science Center

Marine Science Center
718 Fisherman’s Wharf Fort Myers Beach, Florida 33931

This established center features interactive displays, aquariums, touch tanks, and one of a kind collections to delight the entire family. On October 24, 2020, they will be celebrating their anniversary from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. with an open house that will feature amazing updates on all that they have done in the 29 years since they opened, along with cake, cookies, and refreshments throughout the day. Located on the beautiful Fishermans Wharf on San Carlos Island in Fort Myers Beach, Fl, come for the scenery and stay for the amazing wildlife and learning experience.


What's on Suncoast Restaurants

336 13th Avenue South, Naples FL 34102

This beautiful open-air restaurant has won years worth of TripAdvisor awards and once again in 2020 is Ranked #1 for best places in Naples to eat. Stop by for your next al fresco lunch or dinner out in this unique, refreshing, and laid back restaurant to see why travelers and locals alike thoroughly enjoy this establishment. They feature a twilight (early) dining menu with three-course dinner options paired with wines and sangrias, all at special pricing. Or if you prefer some amazing authentic Mediterranian dishes for that special date night, they also have a regular dinner menu. Reservations are highly recommended for peak times and social distancing.

Fisherman’s Village

Fisherman’s Village
1200 W Retta Esplanade #57a, Punta Gorda, FL

Due to COVID this year, many haven’t been able to travel out of state. Now with the holidays upon us, this is causing a lot of depression and melancholy. One option is to plan a staycation around the corner here on the Suncoast. Fishermen’s Wharf offers a full-service resort and plenty of recreational options. Pair that with the amazing restaurants and quaint shops and you will feel as if your vacation is a million miles from home. Of course, the water views make for some jealousy-inducing photos for those social media accounts needing a pick me up at this hard year past. Check out all the options of this one-stop, rest, and relaxation option here on the Suncoast!

Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum

Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum
3075 Sanibel Captiva Rd. Sanibel, FL 33957

Have you ever found the perfect, intact shell while walking the beach and had to take it home to admire for years to come. Imagine an entire museum dedicated to the rare, unique, and stunning shells and the animals that inhabit them in Florida’s ecosystems. This museum features hands-on exhibits, a scavenger hunt, and a Giant Pacific Octopus – need we say more? Well, on October 27th, they are also hosting the Mollusk Monster Mash Halloween celebration. This Halloween event is sure to be a unique celebration for the memory books. If you haven’t visited this treat of the Suncoast before, there is no time like this coming week!

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