Olde Naples Epicurean Destinations Naples, Florida

Bleu Provence

Jacques and Lysielle Cariot opened Bleu Provence, French restaurant, as a labor of love in 1999 after retiring to Naples, Florida, from Provence, France.  They count their patrons more as welcome guests than customers, and you will see that expressed not only in the wine selection and menu, but also in the level of service you receive at Bleu Provence.

1234 8th Street South


Dock at Crayton Cove

BannerSeafood has been a decades-long love affair at the Dock, an open-air restaurant overlooking Naples Bay in historic Crayton Cove at the City Dock.  Here, we prepare the freshest fish with Caribbean and Latin influences; our menu also offers tasty salads and sandwiches, and tempting beef, poultry and pasta dishes, as well as innovative daily specials and a surprisingly affordable wine list.

The waterside ambiance of the Dock is as compelling as its food. The Dock is a little piece of Naples’ history – in fact, for lots of locals and visitors, we’re practically part of the family.  And we think that’s because we give people what Naples is all about – Bay views, great food and a laid-back attitude

845 12th Avenue South




Located downtown in the quaint Bayfront Place, Roy’s Naples is waiting to welcome you. Come in for inspired bites and enticing cocktails during Aloha Hour in the open-air bar and for sensational meals in the vibrant dining room that features our signature exhibition kitchen and an exquisite outdoor patio.

475 Bayfront Place



Shane’s Cabana Bar

Shane’s Cabana Bar is the outdoor Chickee Bar built directly over the water, the ONLY one in Naples, FL. This spectacular destination offers panoramic views of the water as well as Bayfront’s colorful European architecture. You may see a dolphin, snook or manatee so keep your eyes open!

Bayfront Place



EJ’s Bayfront Café

EJ’s Bayfront Cafe is a fun and charming restaurant right on the water at Bayfront in Naples serving all sorts of great food for breakfast or lunch

469 Bayfront Place

The Cove Inn Coffee Shop

900 Broad Ave. South



Bonefish Grill

Leave the grilling to us. We offer a wide variety of fish selections from around the globe. From Ahi Tuna and Chilean Sea Bass to Rainbow Trout and Salmon, our market-fresh fish are cooked to perfection over a wood-burning grill that gives it that unique, Bonefish Grill flavor. Top it off with a fresh-grilled lemon or one of our complementary Signature Sauces and dinner is complete. Our menu may vary by location based on availability and regionality.

The Shoppes at Naples Bay Resort



1500 South

Under the culinary direction of celebrity Chef Art Smith, a two-time James Beard Award recipient, the new 1500 SOUTH restaurant at Naples Bay Resort builds on insights and skills that only a sixth-generation Floridian and accomplished chef could possess, pairing Southern American Food with Italian accents to deliver “a one-of-a-kind restaurant menu with a lot of surprises.”

The Shoppes at Naples Bay Resort




Mino Italian Pizzeria Naples, FLMino’s interior boasts a simple, inviting decor that pays tribute to quaint pizzerias of the old country. The restaurant offers a choice to observe passers-by from your patio bar-stool, or watch the art of brick-oven-pizza making fireside in the dining room.  For the sports-fans, we also have a separate, full bar area with flatscreen TVs so you can watch live sporting events.

1100 6th Avenue South

(239) 302-5990


Pinchers Crab

LogoThe year was 1997 and owner Tony Phelan was determined to give Southwest Florida something it lacked – the freshest seafood served in a fun, down-to-earth atmosphere.The concept of the six table, 12 employee restaurant was simple: Make it look like an old
seafood shack you’d find resting along the Gulf coast, yet place it miles from water. In essence, bring the Gulf of Mexico to where the bulk of the population lived.

Tin City




BannerOverlooking the Gordon River, Riverwalk is part of Naples’ past. Tin City, the quaint shopping area in which we’re located, was built in the 1940’s as a working dock and the site of Doxsee’s Clam Factory. Today, planked floors, maritime artifacts, and handrails and doors carved by artist Clint Beatty echo this rich history.

True to this tradition are the Gulf Coast preparations of the freshest fish and blue-ribbon fruits and vegetables that are the cornerstone of our fare. The menu brims with innovative interpretations of salads, sandwiches, pastas and steaks, as well as seafood entrees that are grilled, seared, roasted, barbecued or fried, all complemented by daily features and tropical cocktails

Tin City