Left to right, cooks Juan Francisco Chacon and Erlin Bolanos use a rented outdoor grill to prepare food for customers at the Dock at Crayton Cove.  The restaurant has a limited menu consisting of cold items, raw appetizers, and steamed and grilled prepared foods.  The Dock was left with limited food preparation after losing all its gas appliances due to a ruptured gas line in Fort Myers on Thursday night.  Owner Vin DePasquale said, 'This is what it was like when we opened in 1976.  We got to think like we did 35 years ago, we’re getting back to their roots.”

Photo by MANUEL MARTINEZ

Left to right, cooks Juan Francisco Chacon and Erlin Bolanos use a rented outdoor grill to prepare food for customers at the Dock at Crayton Cove. The restaurant has a limited menu consisting of cold items, raw appetizers, and steamed and grilled prepared foods. The Dock was left with limited food preparation after losing all its gas appliances due to a ruptured gas line in Fort Myers on Thursday night. Owner Vin DePasquale said, "This is what it was like when we opened in 1976. We got to think like we did 35 years ago, we’re getting back to their roots.”

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