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We wanted to try something different from most of the restaurants in the area and this definitely fit the bill! The dining room ambiance was interesting, but fun and festive. Everything was delicious, flavorful, and fresh. Our waiter was very kind and worked hard, but I think they were under-staffed because of the off-season so service was a little slow. Otherwise, we enjoyed everything! We’ll definitely be back. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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“It all began in 1995, when the Varando family migrated to the United States from Argentina. They brought with them their love for pizza, pasta, and Grilled steaks. They decided to open a restaurant dedicated to traditional Argentinian home cooking and that is how Che Titos was established and for over 20 years it has remained a family business”.
On the north side of the Caloosahatchee Bridge, Che Titos Steakhouse opened its second location in January 2017. The restaurant offers seating for 200 guests with a menu similar to the one in Miami, which serves a variety of parrilla-grilled steaks and chicken, as well as pasta dishes that reflect Argentina’s Italian influence.More
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In addition to its beautiful weather all year, Ft. Myers has access to some of the best freshly caught seafood in the country. Seafood is a large focus of most Ft. Myers dining options, and seasonal favorites include mahi mahi, tuna, grouper, and shrimp. During certain seasons, menus will also include mini lobsters and freshly caught crabs. For a break from seafood, casual bars and high-end restaurants alike offer selections of steaks, lamb, and chicken. In addition to the American and seafood restaurants, there are also French, Italian, and Latin restaurants. These places feature everything from steak tartare and grilled octopus to freshly made pastas. Latin cuisine is popular throughout South Florida, so diners should be sure to try empanadas, arepas, and a Cuban coffee for breakfast.