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While most MANASOTA KEY residents prefer their little
paradise to remain commercial FREE and that means no grocery, strip malls or gas stations. (Yes, there are only three
restaurants at the island’s south end including a beach shop and two real estate companies!)
ENGLEWOOD, however, has a growing population and sprawling metropolis with a few small shopping centers to satisfy
most basic needs. Englewood also has a vibrant area on Dearborn Street with shops, restaurants and lively nightlife.
If you have the urge to shop while strolling a quaint little town brimming with resort wear, eateries and souvenirs the
Island of Venice is due north on US 41 (also known as Tamiami Trail).
Most of the 100+ boutiques, specialty shops and cafes along Venice & Miami Avenues remain open after hours on the third
Thursday of every month with hopping live music for your shopping pleasure.
And, don’t forget to include the Saturday Farmers Market at Centennial Park for fresh fish, produce and plants from
For bargains on brand name items, head south on I-75 to Fort Myer’s
Tanger Outlet Mall featuring 40 stores that include Bass, Timberland, Ralph Lauren, Old Navy and more.
There's also a nature center and playground for kids to unwind during a shopping break. There are no eateries at Tanger
Outlet Center, so make sure you check for restaurants along the way or pack a lunch if you think you'll need it.
Tanger Outlet Center – Fort Myers is located at the intersection of John Morris Road and McGregor Road.
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