Singing servers now at Shell Factory
A talented group of local performers will literally “sing for their supper” at Capt’n Fishbones Restaurant in the Shell Factory complex on Thursday and Saturday nights.
“We’re tapping local musical talent from area professionals and colleges, and auditioned those to become what we hope will be a successful and long-running format at Fishbones,” said Shell Factory owner Tom Cronin Sr.
“We want Capt’n Fishbones to be considered the place for celebrations, like anniversaries, birthdays, etc.,” said marketing director Donna Ellis. “The singing servers are to be a part of that celebratory atmosphere.”
Ellis said a tremendous amount of talented individuals have come to audition.
The idea came when Shell Factory owners Tom and Pam Cronin took a family vacation to Branson, and experienced singing servers. They thought that this would be an enjoyable addition to North Fort Myers and the landmark restaurant.
“It will be a novel and enjoyable experience,” Ellis continued.
The Singing Waiters will perform Thursdays and Saturdays beginning at 6 p.m.
This comes along with a new Capt’n Fishbones menu featuring hand-cut steaks and different beef entrees complete with a compliment of different sauces. They will continue to serve their fresh seafood menu.
The entrees are priced to be affordable.
The Shell Factory complex has added many new attractions this year, including the Coin and Money Museum, McShell Mining Rig and the Pirate’s Grotto.
The Shell Factory & Nature Park is located at 2787 North Tamiami Trail, North Fort Myers. For information call 995-2141.