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At this “pescatarian’s haven,” which is operated by the husband-and-wife team of Veljko Pavicevic and Corinne Ryan, freshness is an understatement. Fish and shellfish are flown in daily from Europe, with options ranging from Mediterranean dorade to tiger prawns and turbot. Chef de cuisine Darren Veilleux and his team will cook your selection to perfection on the wood-fired grill. And no dish is complete without a wine pairing from the restaurant’s prodigious list. (

Runner-Up: Ocean Prime

If you feel like treating yourself, beat a path to Ocean Prime and order a Smoking Shellfish Tower, customized according to your favorites (the smoke is a bit of theater provided by dry ice). If you’re not a fan of shellfish, indulge with locally sourced grouper or snapper, Alaskan crab legs, sea scallops, or twin lobster tails. (



Across their nine locations, owners Ross and Noreen Edlund have one simple goal: to serve the best breakfast and lunch in Southwest Florida. They’re proponents of the popular Blue Zones diet and offer nearly a dozen approved dishes, including the Power Salad and Mediterranean Wrap (along with traditional favorites like eggs Benedict and corned beef hash). They’re also deeply involved in local charities such as Change for Children.

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