To all you guys out there – you deserve a night off. A night to yourselves where you can get together to catch up and cut loose. But what to do? Where to go? Check out these five ideas for your next guys trip on The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel.
It’s never too late to embrace the bright lights and bustling bars and restaurants of downtown Fort Myers. Live the bar scene up to the fullest and get competitive in pool or darts, or simply kick back and socialize. Swap jokes and stories of the good old days and enjoy each other’s company late into the night.
Switch up your guys night with a trolley tour to various locations in south Cape Coral. Step aboard and let your driver take you on a journey to all the best bars and hot spots in the city. Most tours give you a special pass for one free drink at each establishment you stop at, though there’s no guarantee. Buy your tickets in advance as these events usually sell out.
Guys night doesn’t have to be anything extravagant. Why not hit up a brewery and indulge in the best of local craft brews? Every brewery on The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel comes with its own look, feel and taste you won’t find anywhere else. Most offer guided tours of their establishments, allowing you to see the process and learn the basic fundamentals around the art of craft brewing.
Here’s an ideal evening endeavor for fishermen of any age and skill. If you’re going to be out for a night, why not take to the sea and see what you can catch? Kick off the night with a panoramic ocean sunset, and cast out your lines for active snapper sharks, tarpon, giant snook and more. Night fishing times vary slightly depending on the charter, but most tend to operate from 6pm to 1am.
Guys night on the beach? Don’t overthink it. Fort Myers Beach offers its own fair share of vivacious waterfront bar and grills, especially after the sunset. Wander between each of them until you find the spot that’s right for you. Then, post up with your friends for some burgers, beers and live music. Maybe finish things off on the beach itself, swapping old stories surrounded by the surf.
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