Considered by most to be the best restaurant in Tin City, the Riverwalk Restaurant offers dockside dining, with choices ranging from fresh catch of the day, to a raw bar, to more casual selections... more
Tommy Bahama Cafe was introduced to us via our friends, Patti and Rick, who live in Naples. We spent an afternoon with them a few days after we arrived in Naples. They suggested that we eat lunch... more
It's at the Vanderbilt Inn, but don't let that detract you. Food is good, but the atmosphere is excellent. It's an outdoor restaurant bar on the beach. Nice breeze, wonderful view. Visited by tourist... more
Friendly bartenders and locals...Great entertainment featuring Jared Broihier...Wednesday through Saturday from 7 to 11PM...Solo piano and vocals in a wide variety of styles...This summer, the wine’s... more
The food is very upscale here (as the prices suggest) and the staff very Italian (and snooty to boot!) The maitre'd was insulted when I did not order wine. As a result, he sat my family in the outside... more
They say "Best Ribs in America" on the sign and they back it up. Menus say since 1979 and over 15 million lbs. served. I added two lbs. to the count. The interior is full of rustic nostalgia and is... more
Don Shula's is a good steakhouse located inside the Hilton hotel. Beware of the chocolate souffle: this dessert could feed half of Ethiopia for 6 months - it is simply gigantic and includes icecream... more
...where La Dolce Vita meets the Gulf Coast of Florida. Once upon a time Naples used to be as sleepy as any other town you could find on the Gulf Coast. But in 1887, the entire town was purchased by a...
the town of naples was founded in the 1880's by general john stuart williams CSA and walter halderman. these early promoters compared the area to naples italy. in the 1920's much of the area around......
Once, the only people to stroll Naples' 7 miles of white, sandy beaches, were the Caloosa Indians.
The first settlers, Roger Gordon and Joe Wiggins, arrived in Naples in the late 1860's. A river and...