Best Bite: Jambalaya at SS Hookers
The new Fort Myers spot serves up a Southern favorite.
Photo by Vanessa Rogers
Jambalaya at SS Hookers
Any time of day is ideal to let the good times roll at SS Hookers, a new seafood joint with a Southern-inflected menu. The kitchen is open from breakfast till the wee hours of the night. But we’ll whistle Dixie in anticipation of the jamba- laya served at dinner, a piquant mix of juicy shrimp, smoky andouille sausage, peppery tasso ham, chicken, vegetables and rice swimming in a tomato-seafood stock. We’ll also let you in on a little secret: The restau- rant, a stone’s throw from the boat ramp by the Sanibel Causeway, has an off-menu option to reel in local anglers. Bring your catch, and they’ll cook it—blackened, grilled or fried—so you can kick back while savoring the day’s rewards.
7501 Harbour Point Drive, Fort Myers, 689-3857, sshookers.com