Do you want to know where Fort Myers Beach locals eat ? Are you hungry for home cooking ? Read on !
Traveling down Estero Blvd on Fort Myers Beach it is easy to overlook the tiny little cottage which sets off the main drag on Mango St. Unless you know it is there you will probably miss it as your eye is drawn to the surrounding sites or even to the puffy white clouds ! Heavenly Biscuits is the aptly named restaurant Fort Myers Beach residents and visitors alike are flocking to. There is barely enough room for a few small tables and an adjoining porch for outside seating. Why would you bother with this ? Why would you search out this too small beach business ? You are hungry, right ? And you remember how mouth watering mom's cooking was, right ? Heavenly Biscuits is worth the extra effort !
The format is simple and exactly what Fort Myers Beach is all about. Local people serving locals and visitors to our island paradise. Forget waiting to be seated ( there aren't many tables ! ) and forget the smiling waitress ( You become part of the experience ! ) . You go here for the food and will not be disappointed ! All food served here is made from scratch, never frozen and from family menus fine tuned over time.
The menu includes all sorts of breakfast items served on fresh baked biscuits ( Hence the name ! ) including:: Eggs, Bacon, Ham, Chicken, Steak, Salmon and Ahi Tuna. Your sweet tooth will love the "Sinful Cinnamon Rolls " . Lunch is just as creative and well worth the short wait. While in line you will no doubt enjoy a bit of iisland chit-chat.
I tasted the butter cream frosting Heather is spreading on the cake above. You should too ! Take -out available too: 239 463-7600
Bill Gillhespy is an island resident and licensed Realtor with Century 21 Tripower
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