Are you headed to Fort Myers, Florida this weekend? Spend a night out on the town with Jerry Seinfeld at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall.
Seinfeld is one of the most recognized comedians in the world and first gained notoriety while appearing in his comedy show “Seinfeld” from 1989 to 1998. He now performs comedy shows both nationally and internationally.
His Fort Myers show is Friday, September 6 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets start at $70 and are available to the public for purchase at the box office, online at www.bbmannpah.com or by calling (239) 481-4849.
Where to Stay
Those who are looking to stay closer to Naples might want to check out Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa. The establishment is an award-winning coastal destination that is conveniently located in the heart of Southwest Florida. Visitors can explore an outdoor waterpark on the grounds, which features four waterslides and a lazy river. Lawn games and a rock-climbing wall are also available for children and adults.
Each reservation includes an exclusive experience with a private hotel ferry that transports guests across Estero Bay to Big Hickory Island, which is a 15-minute journey. Guests can spend time at a secluded island where they can spot dolphins in the water, collect shells, and walk nature trails.
What to Do
After attending the comedy show with Jerry Seinfeld, attendees can also choose to explore the wilds of the Everglades or charter a fishing boat on the Gulf of Mexico. Barefoot Beach Preserve County Park is an additional attraction in the local area and is known as one of the last undeveloped barrier islands on Florida’s southwest coast. There are 342 acres of natural land is available to explore with beach access and swimming offered.
Koreshan State Park also allows visitors to see the settlement of the Koreshans, which was a religious group founded by Dr. Cyrus R. Teed. Guests can tour the botanical gardens, farms, and nursery.
Visitors can explore Fort Meyers, FL, via a cab or a rideshare service. A trolley is also available. Water taxis are an additional option for transportation for those who are looking for offshore transit.
Where to Eat
Dining in Fort Myers allows visitors to have many options to fresh food choices at eateries that serve seafood or Southern-style dining. The Veranda is a historic downtown restaurant that first opened its doors in the 1970s and is charming for its lush courtyard and century-old building.
Ember Korean Steakhouse is an additional spot to dine because it’s an Asian-fusion restaurant that has a contemporary approach to Korean BBQ with plenty of craft cocktails on the menu.
Farmers Market Restaurant is another spot favored by the locals for their Southern staples with ingredients that are sourced nearby from a local farmer’s market. Since the 1950s, this establishment has stood out for their hearty homemade portions. Their Southern hospitality will make you feel right at home, regardless of where you call home.