Sunday, January 2, 2011

Carrabbas in Ft Myers

Our final night in Ft. Myers, we went to Carrabba's Italian Grill with my parents.  It's owned by the same group as Bonefish, but we all liked Carrabba's better.  We called ahead to put our name on the wait list, so our wait was not too long. The portions are large, and all entrees come with your choice of soup or salad. 
We started off with the Cozze in Bianco.  Nice and plump PEI mussels steamed in garlic, white wine, basil and lemon butter.  (Full or half sizes available.)
Lobster Ravioli in a white wine cream sauce.
Linguine Pescatore - mussels, sea scallops and shrimp in a spicy marinara.
"The Johnny" - Sirloin marsala and Chicken Bryan (chicken topped with sundried tomato, goat cheese and lemon basil butter).
Crab cake with sirloin and sauteed spinach.

1 comment:

  1. The man at the urinal next to mine says, "happy hour is f'in awesome". THAT was the moment I realized I was on vacation.