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The FUUn BUUnch

THE CLAM BAKE RESTAURANT

16520 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL, SUITE 152

(USE OF GPS IS STRONGLY SUGGESTED)

FORT MYERS, FL 33908

239-482-1920

JULY 28, 2018

5:30 pm

NOTE NEW TIME FOR THIS DINNER ONLY.

TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF EARLY BIRD PRICING, WE MEET AT 5:30 P.M.

RSVP TO JOHN E FISCHER, BY JULY 25, 2018.

267-992-6566 or SilverFischStudios@Gmail.Com

DIRECTIONS:

From the corner of Cleveland and Cypress Lake (Daniels Dr.), proceed south toward Alico Road. Shortly before Alico Road, make a right turn onto Island Park Road and immediately turn left into the parking lot.  The restaurant sits almost in the inside corner of the shopping center.

(DO NOT CONFUSE THE CLAM BAKE WITH THE RAW BAR ON THE CORNER OF THE SHOPPING CENTER AND TAMIAMI TRL.)

 

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