Summerlin Jake’s Seafood and Steaks, a waterview restaurant in Fort Myers, located near the Sanibel Bridge, offers new American cuisine prepared in the old Florida tradition.
Paying tribute to the rich history of Punta Rassa, where Jake Summerlin owned a wharf. He used this wharf to ship his cattle to Cuba. The local waters surrounding the wharf are also famous for being the home to big game fishing, where the first tarpon was caught on rod and reel in 1855.
Summerlin Jake’s Seafood and Steaks waterview restaurant offers freshly caught local seafood, tender, juicy prime steaks, smoked ribs, brisket & chicken and heart-healthy, vegan choices that are locally sourced, hand selected and artfully prepared.
Served from 11am to 3:00pm every day of the week. Try our delicious seafood menu items such as Yellowfin Tuna Tataki, Blackened Dorado “Mahi” Tacos, Conch Fritters, and Oysters on the Half Shell.
Got a hankering for steak? We have a wide variety of steaks from which to choose. For lunch, and a little lighter steak fare, our Petite Filet Mignon is served with mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables.
We also serve our Summerlin Melt, Bacon Cheeseburger, Havana Connection, and Fried Green Tomato Po-Boy – just to name a few of our tasty lunch choices.
Summerlin Jake’s Seafood and Steaks prides itself on our delicious vegetarian menu items, too. We call it “Indulgence redefined”. Want indulgence – but healthy choices? Try our Vegetable Jambalaya, Lettuce wraps and more. For more options, see our Lunch Menu.
Seafood options abound during dinner. Try our Crunchy Red Grouper, Gulf Coast Gumbo, Captain’s Coubion, or our favorite Jacob’s Jambalaya.
For the landlubbers, sink your teeth into barbeque ribs, a 10-ounce juicy NY Strip Steak, or a humongous 36-ounce Bone-In Ribeye Steak.
Summerlin Jake’s offers a nice selection of smoked delicacies, too. We smoke everything ourselves in our smoker at the restaurant. Want a nice mix? Try our Jacob Platter with Pulled Pork, Beef Brisket, and 1/3 Rack of Ribs.
And of course, we serve vegan and vegetarian entrees at dinner, such as Roasted Mushroom Pilaf, with a variety of seasonally selected wild mushrooms, pan roasted and tossed with Farro, smoked pecans and sun-dried cherries.
Southwest Florida favorites are Keylime Pie (of course), Chocolate Gateau, a lusciously rich and tall chocolate layer cake, or Creme Brûlée, a light creamy custard topped with burnt sugar, whipped cream and berries. Or go for the more traditional Bread Pudding or Raspberry Gelato.
Happy Hour from 3pm – 6pm every day. Well brand drinks are 1/2 price. Try our Signature Cocktails and Bloody Mary’s. We have traditional cocktails such as Martinis and classic cocktails, too. Wines have been carefully selected to complement each menu item and our wine list has been meticulously curated to perfection.