Sunrise Grille Wood Fired Steaks & Seafood, located in Fort Myers, Florida, is a recently renovated restaurant that offers a wide variety of seafood, salads, flatbreads, sandwiches and entrées. Sunrise Grille Wood Fired Streaks & Seafood offers appetizers of jumbo lump crab cakes, blind pass shrimp, wood grilled duck breast mae ploy and ahi tuna and shrimp ceviche.
On the dinner menu at Sunrise Grille Wood Fired Steaks & Seafood include choices of low country shrimp and grits, fresh Florida red snapper picatta, shrimp and scallop scampi, sesame crusted salmon, wood grilled filet mignon, wood grilled filet mignon, porterhouse steak with portobello and bourbon sauce. Flatbreads include chicken portobello and roasted fresh vegetables.
One of my parent's favorite spots, the service was great, food was very good and we had an overall wonderful evening. Looking forward to enjoying another night there sometime soon.
Had a great time, great selection to choose from and was an overall great experience.
the night we went, the restaurant was very quiet. There was no excuse for cold food or cold soup. The waiter was extremely attentive and did his best. the restaurant was fair at best. And beware, they allow smoking on the screened in patio with fingers right there! Who knew?
Went there with our family of 10. Service was friendly, accommodating and efficient. Food preparation and presentation are well done and impressive. Would definitely go back!
A regular spot for us. We always get good food, good service, and a fair price. Maybe the best house wine around.
Decided to go to Sunshine Grille for Mother's Day. We were seated in a booth near the musician but he played quietly so hearing my husband was never a problem. The music was an added surprise that we enjoyed. The food was plentiful and good. We had the blackened MahiMahi and it was very spicy wth mangos that were for cooling your mouth. It tasted a bit salty as well. When I talked to the waiter at the end of the meal he said, "well you could have gotten it less spicy" . I would like to have known this at the beginning. I also had the feeling go being a bit rushed although I really think the waiter felt it was attentiveness. We enjoyed the meal and the atmosphere and highly recommend this restaurant.
Went for Mother's Day brunch... had no trouble getting a table, ready when we arrived. Service was pretty good. Food was decent, but for $30/person buffet, I think my expectations were a little higher.
I made an online reservation and no where online does it give an exact price. We have eaten there for brunch before. It may have been a while, but I know we didn't pay $32/ each. $32.00 per person and $16.00 per child seemed excessive when the bill came. Kids were 2 1/2 and 5, and never ate more than a few pieces of fruit and a small waffle. Won't go back for that price.
A new location but still a fantastic place to dine. The menu had both standard and imaginative choices, and made you start manning for next time! My wife had a great seafood gumbo, and a stuffed mahi-mahi. Enormous portions! My crawfish special wax half fried and half étouffée! Way too much to finish (but I did)! It was unique and delicious; it can with salad, and the Caesar was as good as anywhere. Service was excellent, prices reasonable, wines and drink choices abundant, and the live music all added to a perfect dinner. Will definitely return!
I've been to the restaurant before and enjoyed a good meal, but was surprised when the main menu was unavailable for Easter as only a brunch was served. I was in from out of town, and should have been told this when I called to confirm the Easter reservation. Nonetheless, we stayed. While service was good, the food was really horrible. The leg of lamb was essentially rare, they ran out of the prime rib, and virtually every dish was picked over. Probably the worse brunch buffet I have ever been at. My advice is to stick to what you know rather than packing people into a small restaurant with limited space for a really terrible buffet.