We eat at The Joint often, it is one of our favorite family restaurants in Cape Coral. Located in Cape Harbour, a small yachting community The Joint is one of the restaurants that share the waterfront with a group of quaint shops and art galleries.
The Joint has a wide variety of offerings from sandwiches and hamburgers to Asian and Mexican inspired tapa-like small dishes, which they refer to as “nosh”. There is something for everyone at the Joint from ceviche to potstickers and I really like the small portions of the nosh so that I can either eat light and leave room for the delicious desserts or try various different options.
Their pizzas are made with fresh ingredients and a thin, crunchy crust. Make sure you don’t sit outside during mosquito season though! The pizzas are really good and on Wednesdays they are only $5!
I love their black and blue bread, the pot stickers, the portobello mushroom pizza and their OMG burger is delicious. They always have different specials and all of their food is always fresh and their dishes really creative so we always find something new.
On Tuesdays enjoy Cape Harbor’s weekly block party with live music and dancing from 6:0pm to 10:00pm in front of the neighboring Longboards Outdoor Bar.
My favorite dessert is their key lime pie with the perfect balance of tart and sweetness and I love the presentation of the all the dishes. The food and the service is consistently good and it’s a great place for a romantic dinner, getting together with friends or to enjoy a family meal with the kids. Even your well behaved pooch is welcome in the outdoor seating areas.
If you are in Cape Coral and have not tried The Joint I highly recommend it and I am sure it will soon become a favorite. If you visit around dusk during summer bring bug spray.
For more information about the The Joint visit their website .
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