Fort Myers Bar Named One Of South Florida’s Most Iconic
Bars are more than just places to grab a drink. They can become iconic institutions that capture the essence of a neighborhood, a city, or even an entire culture. From dive bars to cocktail lounges, some bars have stood the test of time and become beloved landmarks. But what exactly makes a bar iconic?
One key factor that can make a bar iconic is its location. Some bars are in a prime location that attracts a constant flow of customers. Others may be tucked away in a hidden alley or located in a historic building that adds to their charm.
Some bars have been around for decades or even centuries and have become woven into the fabric of a community. Some may have hosted famous patrons or have developed a signature drink or dish that has become legendary.
The decor and atmosphere of a bar can also play a big role in making it iconic. Some bars have that one thing that sets that apart from others. Whether it’s a retro theme, a minimalist design, or a quirky collection of memorabilia. Other bars may have a particular ambiance sets it apart like a cozy fireplace, a beautiful waterfront or a fun dance floor.
The Luminary Hotel & Co. in downtown Fort Myers has only been open for a few years now, but it’s becoming quite the hot spot. TheTravel put together a list of 10 Iconic Hotel Bars in South Florida and Beacon Social Drinkery at The Luminary made the list. If you haven’t been there, the setting couldn’t be more perfect. They have a great menu and cocktails with super local names like Sanibel Sunset, Mcgregor Mule, Edison’s Fashioned and Lee County Sazerac. Beacon Social Drinkery is on the rooftop of the hotel offering amazing views of the Caloosahatchee River in a modern setting. There was a Food Network show filmed there too!