Dine with us
Our restaurant has reopened!
We are an open-air restaurant, now in an expanded tree-filled dining room that people tell us they just love. Folks are also loving the new patio and sitting by the fire pits at night and enjoying a glass of wine. Join us soon and experience the new look, some seriously good food, excellent wines by the bottle from extensive selection and our unique by the glass offerings, and friendly service from our dedicated Rosy Tomorrows team.
We know that in these uncertain times, safety is paramount. Our goal is to provide a safe space for all who enter our restaurant while maintaining a hospitable and unique experience. With that in mind, we have developed the following safety commitments to you as we re-open our doors in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We commit to the following safety measures:
- ENHANCED SAFETY PRACTICES – not only for our guests, but also staff.
- INCREASED HAND-WASHING AND HAND SANITIZING OPPORTUNITIES – additional hand washing and sanitizing stations have been added throughout the restaurant above what is required by the health department.
- NEW PROCEDURES FOR ALL EMPLOYEES – including increased hand-washing and wearing and changing gloves regularly.
- TOUCHLESS IMPROVEMENTS – including single-use menus and touchless payment options.
- SOCIALLY-DISTANCED SEATING – implemented by spacing tables and secluding tables with trees.
As dog lovers ourselves we know how much it matters to bring your dog out with you. But pets are not allowed on the farm.
Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm respectfully asks that you leave your dog at home when visiting. We will ask you to take your dog home if you come to the farm with a dog.
Farm animals can spook easily and strange dogs can stress and terrify some of the farm animals. Remember, at the farm there are chickens, turkeys, cows, donkeys, and pigs. Dogs not used to these new animals and unfamiliar smells (along with the large crowd) may get excited and unpredictable.
The rules are in place for good reason – for your protection as well as your dogs. Thanks for your cooperation.
We are a member-supported farm. What’s it like to be a member? What are the benefits of membership? Find out here.
Please email for more information – firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (239) 567-6000.
8250 Nalle Grade Rd
North Fort Myers,
T: 239 567 6000
Take 1-75 and exit at Junction 143 and take the sliproad right to SR-78 East towards Lee Civic Center. This will take you onto Bayshore Road. In just under a mile, turn left onto Nalle Road (it’ll be at the intersection with the blinking light and Lawhons on the corner). In about 3 miles, turn left again onto Nalle Grade road. Continue until you see Nalle Grade Park on your left and Welborn Road on your right. We are the next driveway on the left– if the gate is closed, please press the Call button to be let in.
Alternatively from Fort Myers, take US-41 north branch over the Caloosahatchee. Turn right onto Bayshore Road. After 2 miles, you’ll turn left onto Slater Road. Continue to the end, and turn right onto Nalle Grade Road. After Woodbridge Lane on your right, our driveway is the next on the right (and you’ll drive by our distinctive white fencing).
The boys loved the farm and I am so impressed with everything you are doing. The barn/kitchen facility is absolutely beautiful. All of your hard work is amazing and it is so refreshing to find a farm of your stature locally.Paige Hildenbrand
I visited your farm yesterday and WOW, what a fantastic place you’ve created!! Beautiful concept, beautiful barn, beautiful grounds, and beautiful food!! Jennifer Sweet
This past Wednesday, I was pleased to have been able to be there for your first luncheon/meal offerings, and it was so very good. My friend Anna, who is so vigilant in watching out for MSG, was pleased to know you would never have, use or even consider it ….. and as for me, I ate my heart out!Dennis Brown
Had a wonderful time at the Farm, ate lunch, bought many items of the food chain and will return as often as possible.Audrey Murphy
I was fortunate enough to visit your farm last week for lunch.
LOVED IT!Jennifer Holloway